xploring a new city and finding a place to live is one of the most exciting experiences
of anyone who’s relocating to another area of the country. And if that area is the DFW
metroplex, you can be sure you’ll find lots of affordable housing options in
neighborhoods of all kinds.
With 12 counties, more than 200 cities and a population of nearly million, there’s no doubt that’s a lot of
area to cover. Each county and city has its own unique lifestyle, identity and culture, and that can be a
dizzying prospect for those new to town.
But the good news is that, for residents and those relocating to the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, that kind
of explosive growth has meant even more housing options – from suburban neighborhoods and small
towns to planned communities and downtown, urban living.
Housing is affordable here, too. Overall, the Dallas/Fort Worth area has a low cost of living that’s typically
several points below the national average and considerably lower than major east and
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