Everything is bigger in Texas-including the Dallas rental market. It ranks in the Top 15 Apartment Rental Markets in the United States, offering luxury rental properties complete with hotel-style amenities located in the heart of the city near Fortune 500 Companies, gourmet restaurants and high-end retailers. If your lifestyle is a bit more J.C. Penney than Neiman Marcus, you may want to make your home in more budget-friendly neighborhoods such as Near East, University Park or Farmers Market District.
Despite having a population upwards of one million that includes many of the wealthiest people in America, Dallas is still one of the friendliest places to live. Residents in this sprawling, sub-tropical city in the South say "howdy" to passersby on the street, host block parties and bond over their love of the NFL Cowboys. Even if football isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other things to do in Dallas. The city boasts endless entertainment options-from golf at the renowned Dallas Country Club to blues clubs in Deep Ellum. The Dallas Arts District is home to an opera house, the longest continuously operating dance company, a world-ranked museum and many other amazing institutions.