Getting out of the city?
Are you one of the Seattle residents who has had enough of city life the way it is now?
Tired of incredibly high taxes... civil unrest... brown outs... failing educational system... absurd housing costs... constant traffic congestion... increasing homeless and drug addict numbers... shuttered businesses... abysmal city sanitation... gang activity... local government financial woes...
Any of these ring a bell?
You have probably already been thinking about getting away from it all.
So... if you ARE considering a move to a more quiet, safe, and orderly life for you and your family, Texas must be a very serious consideration... and the Dallas / Fort Worth suburbs offer the existing homes or land to build your dream home on.
The flight to the suburbs is real and growing, as coronavirus and continued rioting and unrest changes the way people live, as well as the increasing 'work from home' movement grows.
The Three-Pronged Movement to Flee the Cities for Suburban Towns
Relocate in Texas is not just another real estate agency. We specialize in helping families and individuals through the daunting process of picking up their lives and resettling in the great state of Texas, and getting away from unknowns of failing States and other Cities.
We will advise you on the best areas and school districts to suit your needs , and email you full information on the properties that match your specific criteria. When you actually get here, we will show any and every home or lot of interest, explain how purchasing a home works in Texas, go through the purchase contract in detail, represent you as strictly a ‘buyer agent”, arrange professional home inspection, and, if required, assist in finding a mortgage lender.
Per NBC News:
“Data from Realtor.com shows people are interested in moving, and there seems to be an increasing appeal in properties outside of the cities.”
Fox News Report – Relocating to Texas
The stay-at-home orders that to some extent still apply due to coronavirus, plus the worry of civil unrest, have more homeowners or potential homebuyers looking for properties in the suburbs. That and the potential for more people to work remotely, combined with the desire for more space is stoking the move to suburban living.
Per American Van Lines:
“Cost of living in Texas is about 10% below the national average. Most movers provide the response for why people moving there is because they have secure jobs.”
Q. Why are so many people moving to Texas?
A. Simple – less taxes, less civil unrest, less traffic, better local government & education system.
If you are thinking of moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth area we are here to help.
People are moving out of Portland, Oregon, Chicago, Illinois, Seattle, Washington, Los Angeles, California, New York, New York, and many other areas and relocating to the Dallas-Fort Worth area because of poorly run governments leaving some cities and towns defenseless.
Cities In Turmoil
Rising Home costs
State Income Tax
Family Home – Suburbs – Schools
Texas supports a community of like minded family and business that want more freedom and more control of family decisions that are being stripped away in many other states. Our Suburbs are open, and inviting. Our cost of living is 10% the national average.
With one of the largest concentrations of corporate headquarters in the United States, the Dallas/Fort Worth area is a great place to live and work. We have some of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. DFW has a higher standard of living at a more affordable cost. Other cities just can’t compete.
Let Relocate in Texas be your guide to the 20 plus suburbs in the greater Dallas and Fort Worth area, including information about area schools. Explore our website, home listings, or just contact us. We’re eager to welcome you home to Texas!
Facts About Texas
- The highest concentrations of Corporate Headquarters in the U.S.
- Low unemployment and better job opportunities
- One of the cities with the most affordable median home prices in the U.S.
- A cost of living 10% below the national average
Discover what so many already have – a state with an abundance of jobs, opportunities, amenities, sunshine, activities, and space. Space to live, space for a family to grow, space to be free.
Suburban Towns in the North Texas - Dallas / Fort Worth area that may be of interest include:
Dallas Area Suburban Towns
Fort Worth / MidCities Suburban Towns
For more information on these areas and listings of available homes, contact us with an email address and/or click on the MLS link below:
This gorgeous custom home, Mediterranean-inspired, with red-tile roof offers 4 bedrooms, study and second level game and media. Amenities include iron front door, wood floors, French doors into study and walk-out balcony, iron spindles on stairs, and custom built-ins.
Pride of ownership glows in this 2020 property on just over 2 acres, a tranquil paradise next to the water, nestled among mature oak trees, in sought-after Quail Springs Ranch and the highly-regarded Peaster ISD. Click on the photo for more information.