This just in: My wife and I were part of a trend of those moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in 2018!
According to the Texas Tribune, the U.S. Census Bureau said more than 131,000 people moved to the D/FW area in 2017-18. The Metroplex remains the fastest-growing region in Texas, which is among the fastest-growing states in the nation.
In May 2018, my wife and I picked up our belongings and moved them to Fairview, a community tucked between Allen and McKinney in Collin County. Not satisfied with our living arrangement there, we then looked for a home to buy. We found one in Princeton, which also is in Collin County.
We have since learned a couple of things about Princeton. It is the fastest-growing community in Collin County and our investment here is going to accelerate rapidly over the next decade or so.
I have made no secret about why we moved from the Texas Panhandle to the Metroplex.
Is it at all possible that those other recent transplants to D/FW also have grandchildren they want to watch grow into adulthood?