Relocating to Texas

Katie Chu Group is one of the top-producing teams in the region, and each member is a local expert on the DFW market and current real estate trends. 

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Are you considering relocating to Texas?

Relocation can be a stressful process, especially if you’re moving from another city or state. Katie Chu Group simplifies the process and makes it easy for their clients. Have a question about a particular neighborhood? Katie Chu and Claire Khoury have been Dallas residents for over 30 years. Both from large families on the move, they lived in Lake Highlands, Preston Hollow and the Park Cities. There isn’t a part of Dallas they aren’t familiar with as recent sales touch Fort Worth all the way to Rockwall. Our team supports your move by surveying areas to narrow down potential neighborhoods, conducting virtual home tours and providing the most comprehensive information on local communities, schools, moving services, and both temporary and corporate housing. 

Katie Chu is a licensed sales agent in Dallas, Texas and Los Angeles, CA, with Compass. Market knowledge of both parts of the country make cross country relocations easy. Katie Chu Group has assisted out-of-state home buyers from across the US. Client testimonials range from New York, Arizona, Colorado, and California. 

Our expertise and insight will streamline the relocation process, so you can focus on what matters most to you. We also pride ourselves in making your home search fun and memorable!

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Why are people moving to Dallas?

Considered one of the best places to live in the country and one of the fastest-growing cities, DFW consistently remains a highly sought-after location. Dallas is a booming city with an abundance of cultural attractions, sporting events, festivals, entertainment options, and top-rated schools. 

DFW metroplex led the country in population growth during the pandemic, with more than 120,000 people moving to the area in 2020. Dallas is currently home to more than 1.3 million people, with more than 7.5 million residents in the greater metro area. 

As the housing demand has increased, so has the median price of an average single-family home. Despite housing prices being on the rise, Dallas is a significant economic hub where jobs are consistently available: employment growth is up 2.89%. As an international hub, Dallas is also home to the nation’s second largest airport. The transportation infrastructure makes travel and commuting easy and accessible.

Dallas is a paradise for culinary enthusiasts and shoppers. The metroplex boasts renowned boutique shops, malls, and world-class restaurants. The vibrant arts scene, multiple cultural museums, art galleries, and famous Dallas Art District are part of the city’s rich history and culture. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy running along the Katy Trail, biking around White Rock or boating on any of the numerous surrounding lakes.

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As the robust Dallas economy continues to create opportunities in real estate, Katie Chu Group's market expertise generates the capacity to represent clients in both residential and commercial transactions under one single brokerage.

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