Moving to TEXAS

Real Estate Agent with Ebby Halliday Realtors

Moving to Texas

Congratulations and welcome to the Lone Star State. Texans are friendly people. In fact, our name comes from the Caddo Indian word tejas, which means friend. We are very proud of our state - and you will be, too. There's an old saying among naturalized Texans, "I wasn't born in Texas, but at least I got here as fast as I could."

Texas' size is matched only by its diversity - people of different cultures coexist and several different industries flourish. You'll also find a variety of food, music, languages, entertainment, employment opportunities, professional sports, and outdoor activities.

The Texas Department of Information Resources has put together, a nationally recognized, award-winning portal for the citizens of Texas. You'll find links to Web sites for counties, cities, chambers of commerce, schools, and libraries. You will also find answers to questions about state laws, state government, required business licenses, taxes, and much more.  We specialize in Frisco, Texas & Prosper, Texas as well as Plano, Allen & McKinney    CONTACT TIFFANY SHARKEY OR TONYA PEEK FOR MORE INFO ON MOVING TO TEXAS 214-356-4472.

Comments (2)

Sandra Scott
DPR Realty - Payson, AZ
REALTOR of Choice! Payson, Pine & Strawberry, AZ

Having lived in Texas, I totally agree that Texas is a friendly and great place to live.  Since I have become a desert rat (Arizona) i'm often accused of being "smiley".  I learned to be happy in TEXAS!

Oct 12, 2009 05:30 PM
Karen Anne Stone
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth Real Estate

Tiffany and Tonya:  You are so right.  Texas is such a great place to live.  I moved here in 1982 from Ohio... and have found the folks here very friendly and welcoming.  The employment opportunities, by comparison, are great... and the wide-open spaces are part of the reason Texas attracts more and more people.  There's really room for just about everyone.

Oct 12, 2009 05:33 PM