Offering both big-city excitement and quiet, suburban living, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area has an interesting mix of Texas pride and cosmopolitan attractions. Fort Worth or “Cowtown” is home to numerous cultural and entertainment options, including the nationally ranked Fort Worth Zoo, a world-class museum district, the Bass Performance Hall, the Historic Stockyards District, Sundance Square, and the Texas Motor Speedway.
Dallas, the ninth largest city in the US is known to have the best shopping in the Southwest, fine restaurants, 13 entertainment districts and home to the State Fair of Texas. Dallas has the largest urban arts district in the nation spanning 19 continuous blocks, featuring the Dallas Museum of Art, Nassar Sculpture Garden and the Perot Museum to name a few.
Travel the world – Dallas-Fort Worth offers easy access to two major airports, DFW International Airport and Love Field.
People from all demographics relocate to the area, mostly due to our great economic climate and international brands calling DFW home (American Airlines, Frito Lay and Toyota, just to name a few). As proof, the population has swelled from just over 5 million people in 2005 to more than 7 million people in 2018.