What's the difference between

Dallas and fort worth?

When you drive through the DFW Metroplex, you may get a little overwhelmed as it just seems like one big metropolis. You may not really know which city you are entering until you see the water towers. So what’s the difference between these two cities? 


How much does it cost to live in each? 

First up median home price in Dallas is a little bit more expensive than on the Fort Worth side.

The median home price in Dallas is $466,000 for Single Family Home. 

The Median of Fort Worth is $350,000 so a little less out West. 

Lot Sizes

North Fort Worth suburbs LIKE Keller, Southlake, Flower Mound, and Argyle, tend to have larger lots with more trees.

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What Makes Texas So Special?

Texas is not like any other state you've been to. Want to know what's so special about Texas? I visited the Texas state fair to share a little bit about it.

Own Country

The culture, courtesies, families, and over 268K sq miles of land to settle down in, Texas is like its own country! And many have actually dreamed of making it that way. Texans get pretty protective of this place. We feel like there’s no place like Texas in the world! We have big cities, vast prairie land, lakes, canyons, beautiful hill country, water holes, and the ocean on the south side. Many who live here, especially those born and raised here, say they never want to leave.  

Chief Executive Magazine has ranked Texas “the #1 state for…

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5 Things I love about Fort Worth!

Let me share with you the five things I love about Fort Worth!

I have spent so many years in Fort Worth raising my kids, enjoying all the things that the city has to offer, and I want to share them with you!

So I went to Fort Worth and lo and behold there was a walkathon or a marathon probably like a walkathon going on in Fort Worth down at the park. So there were a lot of people there. I visited the Trinity River in Fort Worth and it's absolutely gorgeous out this time of year we are in October and it's beautiful! It's 68 degrees this is our favorite time of year because the weather is so pretty and so it's just a little bit chilly for us. It's just perfect t-shirt weather perfect biking and jogging…

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5 REASONS TO move to texas

In this blog, I'm going to share some reasons why people are moving to Texas from all over the world!

1. Lifestyle

The first reason many are moving to Texas that I hear from families is they love Texas because it is a very kid-friendly and even pet-friendly state.  The lifestyle here in Texas really is desirable for most of the people moving here and what's interesting is we have a good family lifestyle, especially in the suburbs but if you're single there's plenty of places in Dallas to move and to Texas, if your lifestyle is for the country. Think of all the land that we have here in Texas and you don't have to go too far I'd say probably 45 minutes out from a metropolitan area if you like the country…

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5 Reasons to LOVE Dallas!

I'm going to share five things that I love about Dallas! 

There are so many things to love about Dallas, I love this city and we've visited Clyde Warren Park just one of the beautiful places here in Dallas.

1. Endless Activities

The first thing I love about Dallas is the endless activities we have here. I mean we're talking about Parks we have the Clyde Warren Park Katy Trail there are

so many parks and outdoor recreation all throughout the Dallas area. I went to Katy Trail which is a running, biking even speeding trail that runs from Uptown on through on it. 

It used to be called MKT. So you have that which is excellent then you're also going to have great shopping, you're going to have high-end…

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The Dallas Fort Worth area is a few hundred miles away from the coast but did you know living near water is easy in the metroplex? Let’s take a deep dive into Lake Living here in North Texas where we have miles and miles of shoreline!

Dallas-Fort Worth didn’t start out as a land of lakes but due to flood control measures, we gained a lot of shorelines.  

Here in Dallas-Fort Worth, we have 8 large lakes to go boating and have lots of activities on. And these lakes are super close, so if you are a fan of water... you are in luck!

We have Eagle Mountain Lake, Lake Worth, Benbrook Lake, Lewisville Lake, Grapevine Lake, Joe Pool Lake, Lake Lavon, and Lake Ray Hubbard.

There are basically three lot types considered lake…

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Dallas-Fort Worth Top Companies to work for

850 people are moving to Texas every single day and if you're looking for a job I'm going to share with you the top corporations here in Texas because everyone needs to have an income, right?Texas is big! If Texas were a country it would be the 40th largest country in the world.

Now we are part of the U.S. but fun fact, Texas is the only state that can display its flag the same height as the U.S. flag if you didn't know that.

Furthermore, Texas is the number one state for fortune 500 headquarters,  Oracle, Tesla, Exxon Mobil AT&T, and American Airlines, and just recently announced Caterpillar Incorporated will move its global headquarters to the company's existing office in Irving, Texas from…

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Southlake is considered one of the best places to live in Texas now. There are some drawbacks to Southlake, so let me share the pros and cons of living in Southlake Texas!

PRO'S & Con's


PRO: Carroll ISD is a big attraction for families who enroll their kids in public schools. They are known for having the number one test scores in Texas and have great sports teams and other great programs and activities for students. 

Southlake ISD

CON: But there is a con for the schools, it can get pretty competitive both in academics and in sports. If you have a student who wants to play sports but has not grown up in little league or maybe they just want to play for fun… they may not make the team. When I was a kid, I…

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Living in Frisco pros & cons

Are you thinking about moving to Frisco, Texas? If so, then this is for you! I'm going to share with you some pros and cons of living in this very popular city in Texas!


1. Entertainment - If you love getting out of the house for shopping, dining, hanging out with friends, and entertainment? Frisco has you covered. Frisco Texas has some of the best entertainment options at your fingertips. The Star, the Dallas Cowboys headquarters is a fun hang out destination for a date night or for the whole family. Sci Tech Discovery Center is a hands on learning experience for kids, next door is the National Video Game Museum, Frisco Fresh market, DR Pepper Ball Park Stadium for the baseball minor leagues, Toyota…

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San Antonio vs Fort Worth

Is Fort Worth or San Antonio right for your family? 2 Texas Cities with 2-word names that are red hot in home searches. In this blog, we will compare Fort Worth and San Antonio. We will share about history, entertainment, jobs, school, and housing.

San Antonio has 1.6 million people, metro area has 2.6 million people.  The typical home value of homes in San Antonio is $298,626.

Fort Worth has a population of 958,000, and the metro area 6.8 Million. The typical home value of homes in Fort Worth is $328,090

Let’s take a quick look at the history of the 2 cities… 

San Antonio was founded in 1718 as a Spanish mission and Colonial outpost.  It was the largest city in Texas for many years and is most known for the…

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