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Kaufman County Real Estate

Kaufman County is 788 square miles with the largest town being Terrell, only 30 miles East of Dallas. After the Great Depression, manufacturing and retail trade began to rise. During the 1970s major traffic routes such as Highway 80 and Interstate 20 allowed for transportation to Dallas and Shreveport. At the beginning of the twenty-first century farms and ranches were still noted as the primary industry followed by manufacturing. 


Kaufman county offers almost equal part urban and rural areas to live in. If you enjoy the ease of access a city offers but not the fast pace living than this just may be the area for you. It provides is a good balance between convenient access and a countryside lifestyle. The population continues to rise as Dallas expands and residents commute to work. If you are considering relocating to the area or purchasing a home in Kaufman County there are several loan types available including a USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) loan. Contact a mortgage loan originator to find out what are the best loan options and what you qualify for. 


Cities and towns of Kaufman County: 

  • Combine * 
  • Cottonwood 
  • Crandall 
  • Dallas * 
  • Forney 
  • Grays Prairie 
  • Heath * 
  • Kaufman 
  • Kemp 
  • Mabank 
  • Mesquite * 
  • Oak Grove 
  • Oak Ridge 
  • Post Oak Bent City 
  • Rosser 
  • Seagoville * 
  • Seven Points * 
  • Scubby 
  • Talty 
  • Terrell 

*= Resides in more than one county