Dallas / Fort Worth
Real Estate Market
Developed Urban Community
The largest arts district in the U.S., thousands of restaurants, 28 libraries, 80.9 million sq. ft of shopping, 23k park acres, 143 mi. of trails, and more.
Relatively Low Cost of Living
The cost of living is at 96.1% of the national average with no personal income tax.
Excellent School Disctricts
The Dallas Independent School District had the 1st and 4th highest-rated public high schools in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report (2016).
Strong, Supportable Workforce
Businesses in Dallas have access to a ~3.4 million strong workforce, where 32% of regional workers have a college degree or further education.
There are 21 Fortune 500 companies located in the Dallas area. A diverse economy offers many opportunities for both single and dual profession families.
Continued Economic Growth
Recently the City of Fort Worth has engaged the business community and local stakeholders to create a strategic framework for the City’s economic development.
Sources: Dallas ECD, Fort Worth Texas