#real estate dallas
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- Birth rates in DFW are higher than the national average.
- DFW is the recipient of substantial immigration from Mexico.
- Cost of living is low and quality of life is high attracting families, businesses, and retirees to the great state of Texas.
- The Dallas-Fort Worth area’s population has grown by nearly 1.3 million from 2000-2009.
- The Dallas, TX metro is forecasted to add 4 million new people from 2010 – 2040 according to the Texas Data Center and the North Texas Water Board.
- In 2009, the population of Texas grew by 231,539! That is more growth than Florida, Arizona, California, Nevada and Colorado, combined.
- The DFW job market is strong.
60,000 net new jobs were created August 2010 to August 2011.
- The Dallas economy is primarily based on banking, commerce, telecommunications, computer technology, energy, and transportation. North Texas has 28% of the state’s workforce, employing more than 350,000 in health care, 225,000 in high-tech and 68,000 aviation-related jobs. North Texas has 20 colleges and universities, 17 graduate schools, 3 medical/dental schools, 2 law schools and 20 community college campuses.