Did you know that more people move to Texas than any other state? And why wouldn’t they, with our diverse and breathtaking scenery, quaint small towns, countless job opportunities, booming economy, and of course, the friendly people!
1)McKinneyAccording to Money Magazine, this town near Dallas is the best place to live in America! Despite the projected 13.1% job growth, McKinney has that small town charm that everyone longs for. Complete with a historic downtown district, advanced schools and wonderful city parks, this is an ideal place to raise a family, start a business, and get a quality education.
2)MansfieldAnother town in the Dallas Metroplex, Mansfield ranked #17 on Money magazine's best places to live in America in 2014. With a population of about 60,000, it isn't so big that you feel cramped, but it's big enough that you can find everything you need for a good quality of life. From superior rated schools to a growing business community, Mansfield offers the luxuries of big city living in a relatively small, safe, and beautiful town.
3) PflugervilleA suburb of Austin, this is another town that made Money magazine's best places to live, ranking at #20 on the list. It's only 16 miles from Austin, but you get to skip all the traffic and noise, plus enjoy water sports at Lake Pflugerville. Not to mention, the homes are quite affordable, and the school system is top-notch.
4)Richardson This is a safe, upscale community near Dallas, with a population of about 100,000. It was listed as one of the top 100 places to live in America by Livability.com, and has plenty of walking trails and parks, countless wonderful schools to enroll your children, and a median home price of $187,400.
5) PlanoRanked #2 on Livability's Best Places to Raise a Family in 2015, Plano has one of the highest high school graduation rates in the country, plus plenty of places for children to play. You have access to high-quality healthcare, and the diverse population will help children become exposed to new cultures.
Author:Mary Taylor Phone: 817-701-5053 Dated: April 29th 2016 Views: 2,139 About Mary: Mary Taylor grew up in Fort Worth and is proud to call herself a Texan. Soon after starting a career...
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