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What’s Life Like In El Paso, Texas?

This far west Texas border town sits on the banks of the Rio Grande. El Paso is a high desert city steeped in legendary Wild West history. Split in half by the rugged Franklin Mountain Range, it’s the only Texas metro area that shares a border with Mexico and New Mexico. So it’s a unique […]

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What You Should Know About Living In Texas

Despite the myths, living in Texas is actually very similar to living in the rest of the United States. If you move to one of the bigger cities you won’t notice much difference. With that being said, there are some things that you might want to know about Texans and life in Texas. This page […]

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What You Need To Know About Schools In Texas

The formative years spent in kindergarten up to senior year are a vital time for a child’s education. This is the time when they will grow, both physically and mentally. This is the time you need to be sure they are getting the proper lessons and life tools. That will allow them to go as […]

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The Alamo, San Antonio, TX

Living In San Antonio

The City of San Antonio is a popular tourist destination in Texas. That’s because it’s home to two world-famous attractions…the Alamo and the River Walk. Millions of people visit every year, and SA is known as “The Alamo City.” But, San Antonio is more than a place to visit. It offers plenty of opportunity for […]

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Living In Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas-Fort Worth is a giant metropolis sprawling across the North Texas plains. It includes Arlington, Denton, Garland, Irving, Plano, and other smaller towns. DFW is the largest metro area in the southern United States. It is an attractive area with much to offer new residents. You’ll like the low cost of living in Dallas, the […]

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Living It Up In Houston, Texas

Houston sits on Buffalo Bayou in East Texas. It’s hot, humid, and prone to occasional hurricanes. Houston is also enormous. It’s the largest city in Texas, and the fourth largest in the US. The metro area is an economic growth engine with a rapidly expanding population. 34,000 new residents moved to Houston between 2011 and […]

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