Relocating To Dallas

Dated: 03/29/2016

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Like many other transplants moving from across the country and even the world to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, I was excited to make this my new hometown.  Here's a snippet of my experiences. 

I am human, an inquisitive, curious human, who happens to be a Realtor which I’m finding to be both a blessing and curse when relocating to a new area.

After a sudden turn of events with my family, all arrows pointed to Dallas, Texas.  When we found out where fate was sending us we were full of emotions–fear, thrill, anxiety and excitement but reality soon set in. How are we going to move? Who are we going to move? When are we moving? Where are we going to live, work, play?!

Of course my first stop is always GOOGLE. I read blogs, asked strangers questions, interviewed my “Dallas friends” and tried to piece things together but I wasn’t always left with all the answers.  What better way to fill those holes in for everyone else than to share my experience as I make Dallas home!  Added bonus, my real estate take on my experiences.


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