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The best areas are Highland Park and University Park, they have the best, fire, police, and paremedics, in the state. Not to be insultive to anyone but the Fairpark area is kinda rough. Hope this helps. If you move near Dallas, join Infinitit Health Clubs.
I go to school in Arlington, over at UTA, and I actually am living in Grand Prairie, on the northside off 360. It's a pretty nice area. Arlington isn't too bad, there's places that are a lot worse. South Arlington is where all the shopping is, and North Arlington is where Six Flags and Ranger Stadium is. Anywhere near I-20, I-30 or 360 are decent areas. There's a lot of housing and apartment complexes, and minus traffic during rush hour, you can get to either Downtown Dallas or Fort Worth in a matter of minutes. I also used to live in the Colleyville and Grapevine area, (off 121) which is very nice. They are right by the airport. If you have children, the schooling is great. A lot of families move to the area just for the schools. Colleyville is a more upscale city - huge houses - huge incomes. Grapevine is more affordable. Also, anywhere surrounding those cities are not bad. Bedford, Euless and Hurst are surrounding and less pricey. There's also Southlake and Flowermound which are nice, they are a bit more north. Bad areas - Oak Cliff, south side of Dallas, some parts of Fort Worth, some parts of Irving.. I've only lived in Tarrant County, so I can't vouch for anything in Dallas county really!
I've lived in Arlington all my life. It's a good city that's always growing. The area around Six Flags is fine (if you're ok with the new Cowboys stadium going up a few blocks away), especially North Arlington. There are no really bad parts of town, though east Arlington has a higher crime rate than the rest. Arlington is in the middle of the Metroplex, so it's a short drive to Dallas or Fort Worth, and the Metroplex in general has so much to offer. If you don't like Dallas, you can visit Fort Worth, etc.
You may have seen bumper stickers that say, "I wasn't born in Texas but I got here as soon as I could." Well, I WAS born in Texas and have never wanted to live in another state. What other state has the right to divide into five (yes, that's 5) states if it wants to? What other state has the right to fly its flag at the same height as the U.S. flag? (Hint: None in either case.) You probably wouldn't enjoy living anywhere along the Gulf coast unless you like high humidity. (Nice to visit, though.) The hill country west of Austin and San Antonio (NOT San Antone) has some beautiful vistas. If you want to drive for miles and miles and see nothing but miles and miles, you might enjoy some parts of West Texas. The east has a lot of pine forests, good camping including a lot of state parks. (NO, Texas is not all desert.) Big point for living here: One of the few states left with NO STATE INCOME TAX. As for sheer size, Beaumont is closer to the Antlantic and El Paso is closer to the Pacific than Beaumont is to El Paso. Folks "down east" can drive across two or three states in a few hours. Don't expect that in Texas. Hope this helps. Enjoy
Many suggestions. First, Texas has huge growth in Medicine. Houston is currently explosive, but you will have a long commute to the country. A Trauma nurse friend of mine just paid cash for a new Porsche if that is any indication. Fredericksburg, new-jersey (hill country) Great place to live - high salaries - can't say enough about the Hill Country Hospital there.
It's like living in an oven in the summer, but being from Arkansas, you're probably used to that. But it'll be hotter in Texas than Arkansas. Stay in the northern parts of Dallas, or the Northern suburbs, like Plano, etc., and it's pretty nice area there. They have excellent expressways, but lousy drivers. Never saw so many stupid, unnecessary accidents in my life as in Dallas. Highland Park is THE best part of the city to live in, but rich. Just stay out of South Dallas area.
Arlington is a good area, so is Fort Worth, Dallas might be to busy. Houston I'd stay away from and cling towards San Antonio, Austin is great, Cedar Park and surrounding areas are very friendly and family-able. GOOD LUCK!
Well the biggest question is do you have a job and what kind of work do you do! There are many beautiful places in texas and do you like the city or country life! Answer those first and we can go from there
I can only speak for the Bryan/College Station area (home of Texas A&M University) and I love it. Crime is relatively low, people are nice & polite for the most part, and it's medium-sized with a small-town ambiance. We're proud of everything but our tap water ;-) I'd avoid the large cities such as Houston, they seem to be a magnet for bad things. Stick to the medium-sized towns.
My Son was born in Corpus Christi. I love it there, it is beautiful and a nice place. I still have a lot of family there and look forward to moving back someday soon. If you like living near the water, except for hurricane season the Gulf of Mexico is wonderful. It is a very scenic place!