I’ve been a Dallas resident since 2002. I’m not quite as familiar with the cost of living in Austin as I am in Dallas but I do know that the cost of living in the area is very similar, I’m a believer it is a matter of the cost of living versus the cost of living.
The area where Austin is located is where the majority of the state’s largest cities are as well. So obviously the cost of living is a large factor in a person’s decision to live in those cities, but Dallas has the lowest cost of living of any major city in Texas. Austin is the largest city in Texas but while Austin has the biggest city in Texas, it also has the largest city in the US.
The question is, how is Dallas the cheapest? It is, but how is it the most expensive? Well, it turns out, it’s not, and it’s not only because of housing. Dallas is also one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country. Its population is not huge, but Dallas is the only city in Texas with more than 100,000.
The city is also the wealthiest, with a median household income of $64,350. It is, however, home to just over 2.3 million people making $100,000 to $250,000 in the most recent quarter. The city is also the most ethnically diverse in the US. The median age of the city’s population is 41. The city is also the second most diverse city in the US.
Yes, there are numerous areas of the city that are racially and ethnically diverse. So Dallas is not really a city that has an “us versus them” mentality. Rather, the city is “everyone gets along and everyone is welcome.
If you can’t find a job, you can’t find a home, you can’t buy a house, and you can’t open a business, maybe you should start looking in new places and finding a job. You’ve heard that saying once, right? Just try it again and you’ll see that it’s true. It’s all about knowing where you want to live.
Dallas has a lot of ethnicities and a lot of cultures. As such, we get ethnicities and cultures from all over the world. But it’s our own ethnicities that are the most prevalent, as well as the largest part of the city. If you want to know more about ethnicities and cultures you might want to check out the blog “Tolstoy’s” on the subject.
You know the saying, The world is your oyster. Well, we’re all very much in love with living in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. However, there are a lot of factors that come into play that have an impact on the cost of living. The cost of living in Dallas/Ft Worth is one of them. I think its because we have so many things to do that we can’t be spending money on restaurants, entertainment, and shopping.
I’m not sure if I’m making sense here. The fact that I’ve been living in a $5,000 a month apartment for the past three years is one reason. I also think the fact that I like to travel the world and spend my summers in the tropics, and not have to spend money on my health, makes me a better American.
On the other hand, I think if you don’t like to travel, you’d like to live in a house with a pool, and have your own house of your own. We all have our own strengths and weaknesses that make us who we are. The fact that I currently have a 4,000 a month mortgage and a house I pay $300 more for than my current apartment makes me a better American.