Welcome to DFW
allas and Fort Worth may be known as the Metroplex, but they’re kind of like peas
and carrots. They go together beautifully, but each has a very, distinct separate special
identity. And it’s each city’s unique appeal that attracts thousands of relocating families
and individuals to the area every year. d
Consider that, according to 2010 Census population data, Dallas gained 0.8 percent from 2000
reaching a population of 1,197,816 people, while neighboring Fort Worth also gained for a total
population of 741,206. With a low cost of living, affordable housing, a temperate climate, top
companies, employment opportunities, a renowned restaurant scene, and two airports that together offer
more than 1,900 flights daily, it’s easy to see why the Dallas/Fort Worth area is a great place to put
down roots – in whichever Metroplex city you choose to make your home.
With 10 major metro areas and 12 counties, the DFW Metroplex covers a large geographical area.
Major metros include Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Irving, Garland, Carrollton, Denton, McKinney,