Relocating to the DFW Metroplex
Whether you are relocating yourself, your family or your company, we will address every detail of your move. We have the resources you need to make your relocation a success, along with the commitment to provide personalized service and ensure your thorough satisfaction, whether moving across the State of Texas, the USA or from around the world.
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The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is now the 4th largest metropolitan area in the U.S. and is quite the popular relocation destination. We are home to a low cost of living compared to the rest of the country and proud of our safe streets, quality schools, low unemployment rate, and successful business environment. The surrounding municipalities believe that quality of life and economic growth are directly related to the high quality of available education. This area is a thriving, diverse and dynamic place to live, work and play. From a pro sports league game to a night at the opera, our area has so much to offer. Our local and Texas pride is the envy of so many in the nation and we maintain a leading-edge business climate and a healthy real estate industry.
The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is centrally located in the nation and close in proximity to Mexico where free trade is our economic boom. We are home to some of the finest companies that do business in the world because of our climate, and business culture. We are strong in fields of science, technology, agriculture, oil, manufacturing, real estate, banking and finance, wholesale and retail trade, health care, aviation, transportation and shipping, international commerce, conventions and tourism.
Downtown Dallas and Fort Worth are 25 miles apart with booming suburbs surrounding the two cities. The suburbs are filled with recreation, entertainment and quaint communities to suit a variety of taste. D/FW International Airport is the largest airport in the nation and the second busiest in the world. The Metroplex offers championship professional sports, exquisite shopping, exciting nightlife, educational museums, beautiful homes... There is something for everyone. If you are looking for a night at the rodeo or a night at the symphony, a barbecue lunch or a five-star restaurant, a day of shopping or a day in the country, you will find it all here!
The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is the proud home of:
NFL's Dallas Cowboys
NBA's Dallas Mavericks
NHL's Dallas Stars
Major League Baseball's Texas Rangers Baseball
Minor League Baseball's Frisco RoughRiders
Major League Soccer's FC Dallas
CHL's Fort Worth Brahmas
HP Byron Nelson Golf Classic
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Tournament
World Championship Tennis
The third largest sports facility in the world, Texas Motor Speedway
Texas' class I horse track, Lone Star Park,
American Airlines Center is the new home of the NHL Dallas Stars and the NBA Dallas Mavericks. American Airlines Center is the premier sports and entertainment venue in the country.
The new Cowboy’s Stadium (Jerry World) is the new home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington and is the site of the Super Bowl XLV in 2011. It is also the new home of the Cotton Bowl Classic .
Sports, from professional to college to interscholastic to community, abound in the Metroplex. This area provides a sports club for almost any activity imaginable.
Getting around the Metroplex is made easier with major highways that intersect within the city. The freeway system provides well-kept corridors for access to all parts of the Metroplex.
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system provides bus service for Dallas and most of the surrounding 13 communities. The system currently combines bus and light rail. The light rail’s new “Green Line” just became operational in December, 2010. It connects the far north suburbs through Downtown Dallas and beyond. Fort Worth has a similar transit system known as "The T."
Two major airports are located within the area, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field Airport, which is home to Southwest Airlines providing service throughout Texas and the four bordering states.
Three new airports helped to double the Metroplex aircraft operations by the year 2005, including Alliance Airport, a large commercial field north of Fort Worth.
Amtrak provides rail travel throughout Texas and the U.S. It is the sixth largest carrier of passengers in the U.S.
D/FW offers a wide variety of choices in education. No matter what your age, interest or intellectual level, there is a school for you, from kindergarten to graduate school.
More than 60 school districts are located in the Metroplex. Each school district in Texas is rated and bound by codes and requirements of the Texas Education Agency. Districts vary according to special services and programs available and in number and type of classes they offer.
The Metroplex is home to more than 200 private schools ranging from the traditional to the innovative and catering to a wide range of academic and economic abilities.
There are five public universities and 19 private colleges and universities offering bachelors', masters' and doctorate programs. Three community college districts serve the area, providing community education, certifications and associate degrees.
There are endless options when it comes to recreation in Dallas/Fort Worth. The warm weather, sunshine, and plenty of outdoor recreational facilities help make the Metroplex a great place to live.
Lakes around the Metroplex provide more than 490,000 acres of open water for boating, fishing, skiing and swimming.
When you are ready to see nature at its finest, take a trip to the Dallas Arboretum, Cedar Ridge Preserve, The Dallas Zoo, Fort Worth Botanical and Japanese Gardens, the Dallas World Aquarium and The Fort Worth Zoo.
You're never without entertainment in the Metroplex. Unique cultural events are available to suit virtually every taste.
From The Kimbell Art Museum and The Dallas Museum of Art to the performing arts to nightlife, activities are available to all. On any given weekend, there are live concerts to suit any musical taste from classical to country.
The visual and performing arts in the Metroplex attract national and international attention. Both Dallas and Fort Worth have established arts districts which are home to museums and theaters, and many of the area communities offer their own festivals, art, dance, drama, theater and music.
Nasher Sculpture Center
Amon Carter Museum
Dallas Theatre Center
Dallas Summer Musicals
Fort Worth Opera
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Museum of Nature and Science(formerly The Science Place)
Six Flags Over Texas
There is no better place to shop than Dallas/Fort Worth. Dallas has more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the U.S. A wide selection is available for all tastes, including major retailers such as:
Lord & Taylor
Sak's Fifth Avenue
North Park Center
Grapevine Mills Mall
The Shops at Willow Bend