Come Home to Dallas?
Moving a lifetime of possessions to a new home can be a challenge. When relocating to the DFW area, you will become a resident of one of the world’s most respected locations. In fact, in recent years, the DFW metropolitan area has recorded more new and expanded corporate facilities than any other metro area in the nation. As a result, area newcomers are welcomed with open arms.
DFW is home to
- More than 6.4 million people
- More than 400 public parks
- Approximately 60 lakes and reservoirs
- Five major league sports teams
- More restaurants per capita than New York City
- The 60-acre Dallas Arts District—the largest urban arts district in the U.S.
- An average high temperature of 76 degrees
- More shopping centers per capita than any other major U.S. city
- More than 176 other museums and galleries
- Over 50 professional and community theaters
- The State Fair of Texas—is the largest annual state fair in the country
- AND best of all… No State Income Tax
Best Suburbs in 2014
Check out a list complied by D Magazine for the top ranked suburbs in DFW area. See everything from the population to crime rate to average home prices and even ambiance score. Click on any category at the top to sort the chart.
Hungry for more? Check out the detailed version of each suburb here. It will give you a sneak peek into what makes each suburb unique and why it made the list.
Moving to Dallas?
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