Best Areas Of Dallas, Texas To Buy A House

The state of Texas is experiencing a population boom. AP reports that millennials in particular are flocking to the southern state. In 2019 alone, more than 500,000 new people moved to Texas and the number continues to rise. But why? The main reason is the economy. Texas has an unusually strong economy for a state, operating more closely to that of a small nation. If you compare it to the rest of the world, it comes in 9th, ahead of nations like Spain, Australia, and even Russia (via Texas Economic Development Corporation). If people are moving based on job demand, it makes sense that they would end up in Texas.

The Dallas area in particular has been a magnet for transplants, as many tech and financial firms have offices in the area. Texas is also popular because it is one of the few states that doesn't have a state income tax. Therefore, many feel like they can get more for their money in the state. Whether you are moving to Dallas for the first time, or are currently renting and feel ready to buy, here are the best neighborhoods to pick from.

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