Areas We Serve

Areas We Serve

Areas We Serve

The team at OmniKey Realty is proud to offer some of the best property management services in the great state of Texas. We have been helping clients achieve their real estate investment goals for well over a decade now. Our passion is to make property ownership as effortless as possible while maximizing our clients’ ROIs.

When you choose to work with OmniKey Realty, you’re putting your valued property into the most capable and caring hands around. We’ll perform a range of essential property management services on your behalf, freeing you to enjoy the bliss of passive income and focus your attention on other investing opportunities.

We are Proud to Serve the Following Areas in Texas

Collin County


Collin County is a mid-sized Texas county. The county seat of Collin County is the city of McKinney, and a small section of Dallas falls within Collin County as well.

The county was named after Collin McKinney, who helped to write Texas’s Declaration of Independence during the Texas revolution back in 1836. Politically, it’s known as a bellwether county, which means that typically whichever party’s candidate is successful in Collin County will be the successful party federally.

Tarrant County


Tarrant County makes up much of the north central part of Texas. Nearly two million Texans live in Terrant County, and its county seat is Fort Worth. Any number of different lifestyles are possible in Terrant County, from agriculture and cattle, to aerospace and defence, to technology and finance. It has a diverse, robust economy that is at the forefront of global innovations in a number of important fields.

Allen

Allen is a city that’s around twenty miles north of Dallas, Texas and part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. It’s a mid-sized city, with a population in the range of 100 000 residents. It’s a desirable location based on its proximity to big city amenities, two airports, and numerous corporate headquarters. There are plenty of recreational amenities in Allen, meaning it’s a great place to raise a family slightly away from the hustle and bustle of Dallas.

Dallas


Dallas is the third biggest city in Texas after Houston and San Antonio, and the ninth most populated city in the entire country. The Dallas Metropolitan Area is the largest in the southern United States. It’s a prominent transportation hub, as the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports.

Dallas is a major force when it comes to national defence, the finance sector, technology, communications, and transportation. A bustling modern hub, there is no end to the investment opportunities in Dallas, Texas.

College Station


College Station can be found in the Brazos Valley, in East-Central Texas. It is right in the middle of what’s called the Texas Triangle. A mid-sized city, the population of College Station sits at slightly north of 100 000 people currently.

The city’s name gives an indication of what it’s known for. It’s home to Texas A&M University—the second biggest institute of higher education in the nation. College Station is also known for being the home of the George Bush Presidential Library.

Conroe


Conroe is a mid-sized city in Montgomery County, and it’s known for being a great place to live in Texas. It has a calm suburban atmosphere, with plenty of green space and parks for residents to enjoy. It also has highly rated public schools, which make it a desirable destination for families who still want to live within striking distance of a major city. It’s a mere 40 miles from Houston, and was the fastest growing city in the country a few years back.

Corpus Christi


Corpus Christi is one of many cities in Texas with an overtly biblical name, as the name literally translates from Latin to “the body of Christ.” It’s a coastal city with a population with slightly more than 300 000 residents, which makes it the eighth biggest city in the state. It’s located in Nueces County, and is the county seat.

It is frequently referred to as the “Sparkling City by the Sea.” Because of its costal location and high windspeeds, it’s known for being one of the best cities in the country for windsports, including kiteboarding, wind surfing, sailing, and kite flying.

Cypress


Cypress is considered to be an unincorporated community. It can be found in Harris County, which is the most populous county in the state. In fact, Cypress technically falls within the jurisdiction of Houston, and it’s a mere 24 miles from the downtown area of that city.

Cypress is popular for being a safe and desirable suburb community. It provides residents with the safety, security, and amenities of a calm community with the convenience of being located a mere half hour drive from the biggest city in the state.

Denton


Denton is a desirable destination for those looking for the convenience of a big city with the kind of quirky cultural atmosphere that’s typically found in smaller town. It can be found in the northern part of the Dallas-Forth Worth area. There are a number of festivals that bring Denton pride, including the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival and the North Texas State Fair.

Frisco


Frisco is known for being one of the fastest growing cities in the country, and its population currently sits at around 200 000 residents. Similar to many of the surrounding areas, it functions largely as a bedroom community for people who want to work in Dallas while living outside of the city’s confines. But Frisco is an interesting cultural destination in its own right, and is home to the Museum of the American Railroad as well as the National Videogame Museum.

Garland


Garland is the second biggest city in Dallas County, after only Dallas itself. Garland has a lot to offer, including a quaint downtown area, a lakeside location, and storied distilleries. The city has the slogan “Texas Made Here” which is a clear indication of the pride they take in locally-made products. Garland is home to the legendary Stetson hats, which you can find some great deals on at Garland’s outlet stores.

Grapevine


Grapevine has a convenient location near Dallas, and offers charming amenities and outdoor activities to residents. The Grapevine Vintage Railroad is modelled after a 1920’s style train and will take you on a ride to visit local attractions. It contains Grapevine Lake, which is a popular destination for any number of outdoor activities. It’s studded with parks that feature hiking, biking, and camping opportunities.

Irving


Irving is an underrated city in Texas. It has a quickly-growing population and it is one of the most diverse cities in the country, which means that it offers a number of cultural experiences and opportunities for residents and visitors alike. It was the home of the Dallas Cowboys up until 2008, and it serves as home to some massive Fortune 500 companies such as ExxonMobil and Fluor Corporation.

Houston


Houston is the biggest city in Texas and the fourth biggest in the country, after only New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. It’s the seat of Harris County, and can be found in the southeast portion of the state, close to Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.

Houston is known for being a massive, sprawling city, and it’s the biggest city in the entire country by area. It’s central to a number of industries, including the world’s biggest network of research and healthcare institutions, not to mention NASA’s mission control.

Longview


Longview can be found in East Texas. It’s the county seat of Gregg County, but a part of it also falls within Harrison County. Over the past decade, it has been one of the fastest-growing small cities in the United States, which can be attributed to the growing presence of energy and transportation companies in the area, as well as postsecondary institutions. Longview is home to a historic downtown area, and is a gateway point to a number of recreational opportunities.

Richardson


Richardson could be classified as a college town. It’s home to the University of Texas at Dallas, as well as the Telecom Corridor, which is a huge technology centre in Richardson.

Within Richardson’s relatively small area of fewer than 30 square miles, there are more than five thousand businesses in operation. In fact, some of the biggest telecommunications companies in the world operate in Richardson, including AT&T, Cisco Systems, Samsung, Verizon, and more. For this reason, it’s an excellent destination for those in the tech industry.

San Antonio


San Antonio is the seventh biggest city in the United States, and the second biggest in the state of Texas. It flies under the radar culturally in comparison to some of the state’s other cities, yet there is no shortage of exciting experiences to be had in San Antonio.

It’s the oldest municipality in Texas, having recently celebrated its third century of existence a few years ago. A balance of historical significance and rapid modern growth make San Antonio an interesting city of contrasts.

Tyler


Tyler is a relatively small city located in eastern Texas. Its claim to fame is being the “Rose Capital of America” as it has a long history of rose cultivation, production, processing, and more. It is home to the country’s biggest rose garden, with nearly 40 000 rose bushes in hundreds of different varieties. Because of its roses, Tyler is a significant tourist attraction.

Waco


Waco is a safe small city that boasts a low unemployment rate and proximity to both Dallas and Austin at once. It’s home to Baylor University, and has one of Elon Musk’s SpaceX facilities nearby. It is also known for having affordable real estate, which means it could represent a great opportunity for property investments, as it’s known as a family-friendly city with good jobs and a low cost of living.

 

We also serve the areas of Denison, McKinney, Paris, Plano, Sherman, and Sugar Land.

 

When you work with us at OmniKey Realty, we treat your property like our own. With the many services we provide, your rental business will thrive. Call us today and watch as your property’s success flourishes.

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