You know what an electric eclectic city this is.
And we get better with age.
I am a strong buyers agent who will select the best properties
and negotiate the best price.
Let me know when you are ready.
And do get a pre qualification letter before we start.
Looking forward to assisting you.
Kathleen Testa, GRI
972 754 4130
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
Can you move with a job lined up?
Do you have friends or family you can stay with before you move?
Otherwise you'll want to have savings to live on until you find a job.
You may not be able to rent a place without a job, so you might
need to live in extended stay hotel which is more expensive.
We don't have great public transportation here, so you may also need a car.
It's getting better, but not like Philly.
I hope that answers your question.
I am glad to hear you are planning a move to Dallas. I think you would be very happy with this area. To answer your question if you get with an agent that knows the are and can do some good ground work for you then it should not be difficult. I work with relocation buyers from all over the United States and I would be happy to offer up my services to you. Please feel free to contact me so I can answer any and all questions you have. Thank you
I have moved all over the country. While it takes some effort and planning, moving from one state to another is not much harder than moving from one home to another in the same city - there's just a longer drive between the two homes.
If you would like to explore the Dallas area a bit, I would be happy to pick you up from the airport and give you a tour of the area.
Good luck with your planning!
Keller Williams Dallas City Center
Do some research and make some exploratory trips to Dallas to determine the areas you would want to live in.
Your Realtor will probably chauffeur you around on these trips.
You will be better prepared for your move.
Good luck and may God bless you