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The DFW Metroplex is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The business-friendly climate of Texas is attracting new residents and businesses from all over the U.S.

February 05, 2020

Dallas-Fort Worth Led the Nation's Metro Areas in Job Creation in 2019

Texas is open for business and there are JOBS in the DFW!

December 04, 2019

Texas No. 1 Destination for Businesses Leaving California

With no state income tax or corporate income tax, Texas continues to draw businesses from overtaxed California.

May 18, 2019

Need a Job? Consider Texas!

If you are considering a move to Texas but aren't sure about work, know that there are jobs in Texas!

May 06, 2019

Texas Captures Top Spot To Do Business

According to the CEOs who were surveyed for the 2019 Best States & Worst States for business ranking by Chief Executive, Texas remained No. 1, solidifying its long hold on the top spot.

April 30, 2019

Way to GO Flo Mo! Flower Mound Number 1!

Our business is based in the small rural town of Argyle, with our big sister of Flower Mound right next door. All the charm of rural living with all of the amenities of this award winning city nextdoor. Way to go Flower Mound!

April 22, 2019

DFW Area Continues to Bring New Opportunities and Residents

Many of the fastest growing cities in the US are in Texas. The Dallas Fort Worth Area leads the way.

November 30, 2017

The Price of Texas Growth: Housing Affordability

The strong recovery from the Great Recession, fueled by the shale oil boom, propelled the demand for single-family homes in Texas. Homebuilders have been unable to keep pace with increasing demand. Supply is limited by the availability of land and labor constraints, pushing up homeprices.

August 10, 2017

Dallas-Fort Worth has top two spots in U.S. based on 5-year economic forecast

Denton and Collin counties are projected to be the nation's fastest growing economies over the next five years, according to an Oxford Economics forecast. Of the top six U.S. counties, four are in Texas: Projected economic growth, in GDP. Three Texas counties take the nation's top spots for projected ...

March 29, 2017

Dallas-Fort Worth's booming population growth blows past the rest of the country

In July 2015, the population of the Dallas-Fort Worth area stood at 7,089,888, according to Census Bureau figures. Just a year later, the region's population had jumped to 7,233,323. That's a one-year spike of 143,435 residents, putting Dallas-Fort Worth at No. 1 for growth in terms of sheer numbers, rather ...

February 21, 2017

Top 5 Changes Coming To DFW In The Next 10 Years

By 2027, the population of DFW is expected to go from 7.3 million to just shy of 9 million, which is like adding another Dallas to the population and then some.

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