Californians are moving to Texas. Home prices are a big driver for the many thousands of Californians packing up and relocating to the Lone State (housing in California is 45.1% higher than Texas), but there are a few other reasons more and more Californians are choosing to call the Dallas-Fort Worth area home. Considering a move from California?
- Californian state income tax is the highest in the country, while Texas has no personal or corporate income tax.
- A lower cost of living – California is on average, 31.4% more expensive than Texas.
- Quickly growing economy – the Texas economy is the second largest in the U.S., with recent job growth in the DFW area at about 3.3%, while Los Angeles lands at only 0.7%.
- Weather – hot summers make for great swimming, boating and outdoor activities, while winters are mild. Texans enjoy all four seasons.
- City vs. Country – there is something for everyone in Texas! Texas is home to six of the largest cities in the U.S., plus there are many thriving suburbs and small towns, including Southlake, consistently voted one of the top suburbs in the state.
- Texans are friendly! Texans enjoy their way of living and want to share the great attributes the state offers.
Considering a move to Texas? Located just steps from restaurants, shopping and retail, The Parkview Residences at Southlake Town Square offers urban ease with suburban comforts, with residences starting from $1 million.
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