The housing market in Dallas is cooling off during the coronavirus pandemic, but with the rest of the world beginning to open up, America is sure to follow suit. Texas, and Dallas especially, has been a favoured geography for investment from seasoned real estate investors in the past 30 years. In the last 20 years, house prices have risen sharply, jobs have been created, the city has seen more foreign investment than ever and communities are diversifying. The reasons for this are simple, Dallas is an attractive place to work, live and play. It is a city filled with possibilities and opportunities, drawing people from all over America to this shining beacon in the Lone Star State. Dallas has a prosperous business climate and low Texan taxes, attractive innovative companies and many residents. Whilst Austin, Texas has previously been the state’s jewel in its crown, Dallas is now stealing the limelight for savvy real estate investors. Since 2010, over 100 new companies have moved into the city’s shiny business district from other states, including Toyota North America from California and Topgolf from Illinois. Check out the seasons why Dallas should be the city, you choose to invest in this year.
Dallas is a jewel in the crown of Texas. Its sprawling metropolis, cowboy culture, rich history and modern success have made it a desirable place to live. Fort Worth is similar, but smaller. For those that live there, its home and home is all you need. However, we have all had the feeling before where you feel stale, in need of revitalisation and a change of scenery. Luckily for those in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, there is plenty of great scenery to be savoured, just a stone’s throw from the cities’ centres. For the best accessible weekend and day trips from Dallas-Fort Worth, check out our guide below.
Fort Worth is Texas’s 5th largest city, known as much for its rodeos and cowboy culture as its art, culture and amenable lifestyle offering. This Old Western city has often been overlooked by newcomers to the Lone Star State in favour of music-obsessed Austin or the grandeur of Dallas; but no more. Fort Worth is staking its claim as Texas’ hottest new market. Its welcoming communities, sense of civic pride, beautiful spaces, exquisite dining opportunities and its wealth of activities year round have made it a highly desirable destination for Texan homebuyers. With close proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth airport, the city is a stone’s throw away from an easy flight anywhere in the USA and easily accessible internationally. Check out our guide to the best things to see and do in Fort Worth, Texas, and make the Cowboy City your next home with Propeterra.
Texas, the Lone Star State, is iconic for many reasons: barbecue, Tex-Mex, cowboys, music and much more. The city of Dallas embodies the Texan way of life better than any others. The famous saying ‘everything’s bigger in Texas’ couldn’t be more true of Dallas. Its sprawling urban plan, larger than life characters and huge barbecue portions make it a city of great delights. It also happens to be a destination for commerce, education, the arts and sporting greatness, providing locals and visitors with plenty to see and do on a daily basis. Check out our guide to the best things to see and do next time you undoubtedly find yourself in Texas’ best city, Dallas.
Dallas, Texas is a city with a gastronomic perception hampered by its traditional cuisines of barbecue and Tex-Mex. Until recently, Dallas was written off by critics for a lack of global cuisine variety. Now, with global influences widening the culinary perspective of Dallas locals, the city is attracting talented chefs and seasoned restaurateurs, moulding the city into a gastronomic gem that should undoubtedly be on your list of foodie American cities. Home to all kinds of cooking from elite, upmarket, white tablecloth establishments to established, locally loved neighbourhood joints, there is a vast spectrum of food to explore in Dallas/Fort Worth. Check out our guide below to the best restaurants you must visit next time you’re in Dallas, Texas.
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