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Move to North Texas!

North Texas, also known as the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex is home to some of the fastest growth in Texas and the United States. It has seen explosive growth in population, business relocations, and recreational activities. This region is a unique blend of New Texas with technology, luxury, and urban sprawl mixed with Old Texas that bring the small town, big skies, and endless possibilities. You’ll find your place and home here in North Texas.

Below are just a few of the counties that make up North Texas, but these are the fastest growing counties where you’ll find lots of restaurants, shopping, travel, entertainment, and affordable homes with the median home price at $347,000. We can help you move to Texas and find a home in North Texas!

Move to Collin County with Conservative Move

Collin County

Collin County is home to some of the best suburban neighborhoods and school districts in Texas! One of the fastest growing in the nation, Collin is home to thriving communities and job opportunities. You can find tons of experiences, sports, dining, and culture in Collin County.

Median Home Price: $430,000

  • Pop: 1 Million (’20)

  • Cities: McKinney, Plano, Allen, Frisco, Celina, Anna, Prosper, Parker, Lucas

  • Politics: Republican

  • Thriving Neighborhoods, Major Highways, Bustling Shopping & Dining

Move to Dallas County with Conservative Move

Dallas County

Dallas County is the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Known for the iconic TV show, the wealth, and traffic, Dallas and the county itself have been made the star attraction of the metroplex. It is home to American Airlines Center, Reunion Tower, skyscrapers, the Perot Museum, and restaurants of every kind.

Median Home Price: $325,000

  • Pop: 2.6 Million (’19)
  • Cities: Dallas, Highland Park, Garland, Irving, Richardson
  • Politics: Democrat

  • Love Field Airport, Major Interstates, Bustling Downtown
Move to Tarrant County with Conservative Move

Tarrant County

Tarrant County is where West Texas meets City Texas. Fort Worth is home to the Stockyards where you put on your best boots, nicest hat, and go experience the aurora that made Texas famous. Home to DFW Airport, you can easily access national and international travel. It’s home to thriving entertainment and several of the best school districts statewide.

Median Home Price: $304,000

  • Pop: 2.1 Million (’20)

  • Cities: Fort Worth, Arlington, Southlake, Mansfield, Keller, Grand Prairie, Grapevine

  • Politics: Republican

  • DFW Airport, Major Interstates & Highways, Rangers/Cowboys Stadiums, Six Flags, Stockyards

Move to Denton County with Conservative Move

Denton County

The expansion of the DFW suburbs continues into Denton county. With easy access to DFW Airport, and major interstates, traveling to/from here is easy. It is home to Grandscape, one of the largest shopping centers in Texas with Nebraska Furniture Mart and Scheels massive stores. If you love spending time at the lake, then you’ll have a great time here too.

Median Home Price: $395,000

  • Pop: 920,000 (’20)

  • Cities: Denton, Flower Mound, Carrollton, Lewisville, Little Elm, The Colony, Corinty

  • Politics: Republican

  • Major Interstates & Highways, Lakes Lewisville & Ray Roberts

Move to Parker County with Conservative Move

Parker County

Parker County is an up and coming county just west of Tarrant County. This is where West Texas begins for the DFW Metroplex. You can find very affordable homes, lots of open land, and with access to 2 major Interstates, you can easily be back in the city for work or travel.

Median Home Price: $385,000

  • Pop: 142,000 (’19)

  • Cities: Weatherford, Aledo, Brock, Hudson Oaks, Willow Park

  • Politics: Republican

  • Major Interstates, “Small Town” Texas Towns, Lake Weatherford

Move to Rockwall County with Conservative Move

Rockwall County

Rockwall County is the smallest geographic county in Texas. I-30 runs through the heart of this county making it easy to travel into Dallas or access the suburbs of Collin County.

Median Home Price: $363,000

  • Pop: 104,000 (’19)

  • Cities: Rockwall, Fate, Heath, Royse City

  • Politics: Republican

  • Major Interstate

Move to Grayson County with Conservative Move

Grayson County

Grayson County, just to the north of Collin County, is quickly growing too. As another rural county in Texas, the homes here are very affordable and land is plentiful too. With easy access to Hwy 75, you can easily access shopping, food, and entertainment in Collin or Dallas counties.

Median Home Price: $247,500

  • Pop: 136,000 (’19)

  • Cities: Sherman, Denison, Gunter, Pottsboro, Van Alstyne, Sadler Howe

  • Politics: Republican

  • State Highways, Lake Texoma

Why Move to North Texas?

We understand just how difficult the decision is to move away. Our founders left a community they once loved too. We get it. You’re choosing to start a new life somewhere better. Here are just a few reasons why so many choose to move to North Texas:

Safe Communities

North Texas is home to a wide mix of communities, many of which take communal and personal safety seriously. We’re home to some of the best police departments and Sheriffs in Texas.

Great Schools

North Texas has a wide range of educational opportunities for your children. With 7 of the top 20 school districts, dozens of charter schools, and other learning activities, your child will have a place to learn.

Affordable

Cost of living varies greatly across the country, but comparatively speaking, Texas is one of the most affordable States to live. Roughly speaking, when compared to California, Texas is 30-40% less expensive to live, eat, entertain and homes are 50-60% more affordable here with the state wide average home cost being $347,000.

Travel

North Texas serves as a crossroads for much of the travel in the United States and Texas alike. Home to 2 major airports (DFW, Love Field), you’re bound to find a flight to go across the country or across the world. Several major Interstates also intersect here with I-35 & 45 going North/South and I-20 & 30 going East/West.

Exciting Weather

North Texas has one of the most consistent weather patterns in Texas. The winters are mild, spring brings nice weather, the summer is hot and somewhat humid, and the fall can be lovely and cool. Tornadoes are an occasional threat but have not struck major population centers for a long time.

Entertainment

North Texas boasts some of the best entertainment in the State. We’re home to several schools that regularly win State Championships in several sports, the Dallas Cowboys, Stars, Mavericks, several minor league teams for the professionals, museums, award winning restaurants, the State Fair, and so much more!

Why Choose Conservative Move?

We understand just how difficult the decision is to move away from a home and State you’ve loved. Our founders left a community they once loved too. We get it. You’re choosing to start a new life somewhere better. Here are just a few reasons why so many choose to move:

Guiding

We have top-producing real-estate agents all across Texas, our team works together to ensure your relocation is seamless from one state to another, keeps you informed every step of the way – by your side.

Moving

Our team can help with preferred lenders to assist with a traditional 30-year fixed or VA loan; complimentary consultation with a national job recruiter, discount rates with moving companies, and much more.

Supporting

We coordinate meetings between you, and our agents and other support team members. Once you’re home, we can help with introductions to clubs, organizations and even other residents who made the same move.

I’m Ready! Let’s Get Moving!