Hello & Welcome Texas Movers!
The Lone Star State
Known for ravenous county fairs, devoted sports teams and rodeos, Texas is a place that knows how to go big. (Being that it’s the second biggest state in the country, that seems to make perfect sense.) From the popping scene of Austin to the NFL Cowboys in Dallas, it may be hard to choose one if you haven’t already!
Relocating to Texas - Texas Residency & Driving
You know which city you’re moving to. You’ve already looked up the best local BBQ place. Now, before you go, what do you need to do to ensure a smooth transition to Texan life? Residency & Driving wise:
Neighborhood Information for Texas Moving Quotes and Texas Moving Companies
Weather:-The weather. Something crucial to know no matter where you’re moving! Because Texas is so large, the climate of Texas varies a great deal, from the more humid and subtropical east to the drier west. Some of the regions across these lands include the Northern Plains (where it is far more likely to snow), the Piney Woods, and South Texas.
Potential natural disasters would be tornados. Texas is the state with the most tornados, the average being 139 per year. Cyclones occur as well, as they come up from the Gulf of Mexico or the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Population & Cost of Living:-Forbes wrote an article in 2012 investigating where your paycheck could stretch the farthest. They analyzed which states had the most buoyant economies along with lower costs of living. Two of Texas’ biggest cities (Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth) were ranked in the top 10. So although cost of living will vary based on which city and area you choose, the prices are promising!
Tennessee Employment Rate & Economy
The top industry for jobs in Texas is the petroleum industry and things that revolve around this industry. In the past few years, however, there has been more and more career opportunity in the renewable resource and service industries.
Texas has the most Fortune 500 companies of any state in America, some of these including AT&T, Dell and Texas Instruments. You’ll recognize all large employer names like NASA and Men’s Warehouse.
As of September 2014, Texas’ unemployment rate was 5.2%.