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Buying an Existing Home and Making It Yours While house hunting in Houston, you and your spouse have found the perfect home – it’s well situated close to a high-rated school district, it’s within a decent commute to your work and a nice pool and landscaped backyard really made a lasting ...
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You’ve just received exciting news. Along with your new job title, you’re being relocated to Dallas! After the excitement subsides, your next action step is to become proactive in the relocation process in order to plan for an orderly transition – for you and your family. This doesn’t mean you ...
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With a population of more than 6 million, the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is home to some of the finest hospitals and specialty health-care facilities staffed by talented, recognized physicians and providers. Residents of all ages, from newborns to older adults, have access to a suite of comprehensive services and treatments. ...
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While Dallas is the most populous city in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area (Dallas MSA), it consists of a sprawling 12 counties: Collin, Dallas, Delta, Denton, Ellis, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant and Wise. The metro area’s population of 6,810,913 ranks fourth among U.S. MSAs and is among ...
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Now that you’ve settled in to your new home and neighborhood, it’s time to take care of a few immediate tasks, including applying for a Texas driver’s license and registering your vehicle. You’ll also find answers to your commuting questions, including which freeways connect the area to places beyond and ...
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The Dallas-Fort Worth region continues to be a popular retirement destination because it offers a variety of amenities including the ease of living, temperate, year-round weather, access to quality health care, educational facilities, plenty of park space and availability to enjoy arts and leisure. That’s not all – there are ...
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One of the highest priorities for relocating families is locating a new school for their children and providing a smooth transition so that learning can continue and new friends can be formed. This chapter will provide a good overview to learn more about the many educational resources available in the ...
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Thanks to a sound economy, Dallas continues to welcome families relocating from the U.S. and around the world. As one of the healthiest real estate markets in the nation, Dallas home prices remain affordable, especially for families moving from either coast. According to the MetroTex Association of REALTORS®, home buyers ...
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If you ask urban professionals the difference between high-rise living in Dallas and in other large U.S. cities, right away they mention the value – larger space and more amenities for the price. Similar to reasonable single-home prices in the region, vertical living properties come in many varieties – lofts, ...
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If you’re relocating to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, you may not be ready to purchase another home. In that case, renting or leasing may be the perfect solution. In the area, you’ll find an abundant supply sure to match your preferences. Whether you’re looking for an apartment, a townhome, a ...
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It’s been a hectic week as you learned of your hard-earned promotion along with the offer of a new position in the Dallas-Fort Worth office. You’re excited about the opportunity but also anxious about your family’s reaction and the tumult that moving can bring. What you’re experiencing is normal and ...
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The vast chunk of territory in and around Dallas/Fort Worth is comprised of 200 cities and 12 counties, and is commonly called the Metroplex. The Metroplex can be intimidating to newcomers when faced with the choice of selecting a place to call home because of the sheer options available. It ...
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Protecting Your Family and Property In this chapter, you’ll find information on different types of insurance, including homeowners, auto and medical, as well as practical tips on reading policies and shopping for coverage. As you organize your relocation to the Dallas/Forth Worth area, it’s also a good idea to review your ...
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Plugging Into the Dallas/Fort Worth Job Market Your spouse has just been offered a promotion that requires relocating to the Dallas/Fort Worth region. This is a wonderful opportunity for your family; however, it does pose a certain dilemma for you. You are now the “trailing spouse,” the person who follows ...
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As a newcomer to the Dallas-Fort Worth region, you may already be familiar with mortgage loan process. Even so, it’s helpful to review all the steps involved as well as region-specific resources and conditions that make buying a home here a pretty rewarding experience. With thousands of neighborhoods in the ...
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Now that you’re relocating to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it might be time to consider building a custom home. One good reason is that you can build a larger house with many extras at an affordable cost, particularly compared to building costs on either coast. A regional advantage is that ...
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