Fayetteville Real Estate

As a center location for Arkansas’ fastest growing region, Fayetteville has access to all of the areas that are a part of this growth trend, but has everything you may ever need within its own city limits. Between Fayetteville’s amazing outdoor recreational opportunities, exciting economic base, and distinctive cultural attractions is a housing market that appeals to every homeowners’ personal needs and tastes.

With the picturesque Ozark Mountain range supplying the backdrop, scenic views are a part of daily life in Fayetteville and help to highlight this family-oriented city. Visits to Fayetteville’s Downtown Square provide an array of specialty shops, restaurants that can quench any appetite and buildings that span from the historic to the modern. And when the lights go down, Fayetteville’s Dickson Street, the reason they call the city’s downtown area Northwest Arkansas’s entertainment district, comes to life with the sites and sounds of a robust nightlife.

As the home to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville residents have the opportunity to enjoy a great higher education and to join in the fun of one of the country’s most respected and successful athletic institutions, too. When the Arkansas Razorbacks take the field, all of Fayetteville is excited to see a game in just one of the university’s many state-of-the art facilities. But football isn’t the only reason to get excited about the University of Arkansas; the institution’s track team has garnered the city the nickname “Track Capital of the World” due to the over 40 national championships and the slew of Olympic competitors it produces.

Other attractions in Fayetteville include its easy access to fantastic parks and outdoor recreational areas like the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, acres of city parks, and even the popular Beaver Lake. Of note is the Fayetteville Public Library, the first “green” building in Fayetteville, which has been recognized by library associations for its technology and extensive programs for both children and adults. The arts culture is alive and well in Fayetteville with the addition of the Walton Arts Center, where plays and concerts are held regularly. Annual events like the wildly popular Bikes Blues and BBQ, the largest motorcycle rally in the country, which benefits local charities, keeps things in Fayetteville exceptionally exciting during September.

With so much to offer its not surprising that Fayetteville’s real estate market is just as accommodating to any family’s needs. And as Kiplinger’s attested in 2008, Fayetteville is without doubt one of America’s “Best Cities to Work, Live and Play.”