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Old 08-26-2014, 10:42 AM   #1
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Moving to Texas

Ok we are relocating to the DFW area hopefully. Some towns that we have found houses in are Azle. Arlington, Fort Worth, and Keller on one side. And Garland, Svannah, Denton, and Princeton on the Dallas side. Can anyone in these towns give me some insight on these areas? No set job yet that will come after we find a house.

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Old 08-31-2014, 09:59 PM   #2
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We don't live there currently but did until last year I absolutely love the dfw area. Best place I've ever lived. Denton is really nice. I'd avoid dallas and Plano areas. Fort Worth is also awesome. Out of all you said Keller would be my pick to live. We lived in Burleson so that's my favorite but Keller is awesome too.
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Are you wanting city or country azle is more country and has amazing schools.
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Old 09-02-2014, 07:12 PM   #4
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We are rural by nature. City living is not ideal honestly but doable. Suburbs are also doable moreso than actual city. Keller was where our search started and we really like that area a lot. We homeschool so schools dont play a huge part. I do take them into consideration for extras though.
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Check out the Weatherford area if you're rural. That's where I am and we love it here! It's close to Azle too, Parker County. Aledo is really nice, closer to Fort Worth, but not as rural.


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arlington is the best of both. you have sports and activities. you are also 20 min from downtown dallas and downtown fort worth. keller is the same and also nice. mansfield is booming and the same with gp(south). waxahachie is super nice as well but a little further from the city, but it has a target
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