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Where should I buy my first home?
Over the next 30 years, the population in DFW will grow from 6.7 million to 16.7 million. It’s very clear why, when just about every “best-place-to-live” style list starts off with multiple cities in the DFW area.
With multiple major corporations moving to The Metroplex, the latest one being Toyota planting roots in Plano, it’s important that you work with a brokerage that can get you in front of those 10 million people moving into the Metroplex in the future.
Corporate Relocation is and has been a focus of our company for over 17 of our 30 years of business here in Dallas/Fort Worth. If you’d like to know more about this segment of business and how you can get in front of employees of some of the largest corporations in the world feel we’d welcome the chance to share our experience and knowledge.
Here are 6 cities in DFW that are nationally recognized as the best places to buy your first home.
|Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers|
|1. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma||6. Plano, Texas|
|2. Allen, Texas||7. McKinney, Texas|
|3. Norman, Oklahoma||8. Centennial, Colorado|
|4. Denton, Texas||9. Thornton, Colorado|
|5. Frisco, Texas||10. Richardson, Texas|