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Dallas Neighborhood Search Tips

May 8, 2018 By caitlynperry

You’ve narrowed down the main reason why moving to Dallas is a great decision for you and have decided to make the big move but that was the easy part. Now you have the task of finding the best place to live in a large, sprawling metropolis like Dallas-Ft. Worth.

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7 Moving Tips to Benefit Your Budget

May 8, 2018 By caitlynperry

Let’s face it, it can be a physical and emotional strain to pack up your entire home and move to a new city, and if you’re not prepared, it can also be a financial strain.  Whether you are relocating to Dallas from another state or from another city in Texas, moving expenses tend to stack up. 

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Transferring Utilities 101 for DFW Newcomers

May 8, 2018 By TM Promotions

Picture this: you’ve spent hours packing up your entire house… you’re sweaty, tired, and have just enough energy to drive to your new home in Dallas… you are looking forward to settling in and taking a nice shower, and as soon as you arrive, it hits you – you forgot to turn on the utilities.

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How To House Hunt Like A Pro In Houston

May 7, 2018 By caitlynperry

Moving anywhere new can be an exciting event, especially if you are moving to Houston. But trying to find a lovely home, in a great neighborhood, can also be a bit daunting (especially if you’re relocating from another city or state).

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Moving to Houston This Summer? Follow These Tips to Keep Your Cool

May 7, 2018 By TM Promotions

What’s not to love about Houston? A low cost of living, robust job market, lively social scene and friendly people, are just a few reasons why more than 2.2 million people call Houston home. However, if you are planning on moving to Houston this summer, from a milder, cooler climate, you will need to be prepared for what some may consider the “down side” to living in the Bayou City - the heat and humidity.

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Moving to Houston? Here are Four Things to Know About the Bayou City

May 6, 2018 By caitlynperry

There’s more to Houston than meets the eye.  H-Town offers more than the stereotypical cowboys, cattle, and oil wells. While many small towns across the Lone Star state are home to those things, Texas cities like Austin, Dallas and Houston are more urbane and sophisticated.  If you are planning a…

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How to Shop for Energy Plans in Texas

May 5, 2018 By caitlynperry

Since the Texas electricity market opened to competition in 2002, many Texas residents have had the opportunity to choose their own electricity provider. Instead of relying on their local utility to provide them with electricity, most Texans can choose from a variety of competitive providers, allowing them to shop around…

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We Will Not Be Tamed: Jorge Avalos

May 1, 2018 By TM Promotions

Jorge Avalos is a retired U.S. Army veteran who served for 23 years. In 2011, he was skydiving when his canopy collapsed. The accident paralyzed him from the waist down. After a year of physical therapy, he eventually began to walk—and ride—again.