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We are the fastest-growing Saginaw property management company, providing property management and brokerage services in Saginaw, Bedford, Denton, Dallas, Euless, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Hurst, Irving, Plano, and surrounding areas (click here to see a full list of areas we service in Texas). We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single-family homes for lease in Saginaw Area.
Being the trusted name in Saginaw property management, DFW Property Management.com strives to create a win/win relationship with our owners and tenants. You will no longer have to worry when you have DFW Property Management.com manage your property. We, as your Saginaw property managers, are dedicated to selecting quality tenants and keeping your investment in good condition with minimal repair cost. We want your real estate investment to be a success.
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Saginaw Area Information
Sanger, in north central Denton County, was founded in 1886 as a stop on the Santa Fe Railroad. Cattle from the ranches of north Denton County were driven up the old cattle trails through Sanger to northern markets. The cattle industry of the prairies of north Denton County contributed to the founding of the town, and wheat growing contributed substantially to its economy as did the production of oats, maize, millet and cotton.
Santa Fe named Sanger in honor of one of its customers, the Sanger family who owned stores in Waco and Dallas. The F.M. Ready family was the first to settle in Sanger in October 1887, the same year as the first engine and caboose. Following the decline of the original rail line, the 1920 building of a state highway that connected Sanger and Dallas helped compensate for the declining rail business.
Cattle and other livestock are raised around Sanger, and there are several horse farms for the breeding and training of registered stock. The population in 1980 was 2,574, an increase of 60.6% since 1970. In 1990, the population was 3,508, and the city of Sanger’s current population is approximately 6,200.