Dallas is one of the largest cities in country and often wins awards for high quality of life. Dallas has a growing community filled with people from all over the world. Relocation is always a significant change, but you have a low cost of living, many employment prospects, and an excellent quality of life waiting for you in Dallas, TX.
The Economy is growing. Forbes ranks Dallas at the #15 city in the United States as one of the best places for careers and business as well as #11 for job growth. Major industries in Dallas are technology, financial services, and defense. In 2014 job growth went up 4%. Dallas continues to grow as more and more people are coming here.
There are plenty of options to get an education.
Dallas is a major hub of travel, education and innovation. People come from around the world to study at: the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Texas Woman’s University, University of North Texas at Dallas, Paul Quinn College as well as a number of religious affiliated and community colleges. If you are looking for quality education U.S. News and World Report praises UT Southwestern Medical School and ranks them in the top 25% nationally in both research and primary care.
It’s an arts and culture destination.
There is a ton of art in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We’re talking 30 museums, the largest collection of African-American folk art in the United States, the country’s second-ranked Children’s museum program and not to mention one of the largest collections of modern art in the Southwest. Plus they have an incredibly symphony orchestra, and as home to the Writer’s Garret, is the literary center of North Texas.
There is a lot to do outside. If you’re exploring the city, check out Klyde Warren Park. It is a 5-acre urban green space built over the recessed Woodall Rogers Freeway. This innovative, engineering project is a great way to experience a bit of nature and green living in the heart of a bustling city. You can also cool off at White Rock Lake which covers 1,015 and is a dream for water lovers, and outdoor activities. Plus there’s the 3.5 mile Katy Trail which is perfect for running, biking, walking and getting outside.
Dallas loves sports.
Nothing says “rivalry” like the Red River Shootout. Each year the University of Texas at Austin football team plays the University of Oklahoma in Dallas since it is deemed to be neutral territory. People flock to this event which has people fired up in team spirit. Another major event in Dallas is the Cotton Bowl which happens every year. Dallas locals also love their baseball and most people cheer for the Rangers.
When relocating, there are many things to consider and think through. When you choose Realtor Nitin Gupta as your Dallas real estate agent, you will be working with an agent who knows Dallas and the surrounding area. Whether you prefer relocating to Dallas or one of the surrounding suburbs like Lakewood, University Park, Southlake, Colleyville, Trophy Club, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Prosper, Celina or Frisco Texas, Realtor Nitin Gupta will have the information you need to help you evaluate what option is best for you as you search for a home. Contact Nitin for a smooth home buying experience with less stress and great results!