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Garland, TX

Finding a city that checks all the boxes on the list is not always easy to do, but here goes. Diversity? Check. Friendly? Check. Great family environment? Check. Good public schools? Check. Thriving economy? Check. And the list goes on.

Garland, Texas, located just 15 miles northeast of Dallas, scores high on most people’s lists. Garland is a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolis, with easy access to Dallas via public transportation. The population of Garland is 236,897.

In recent years Garland has received high rankings, including the "5th Best Mid-sized City to Purchase a Home for First-time Home Buyers." Other accolades include the "8th Best City in America to Raise a Family" and the "3rd Best City for Living the American Dream."

Garland is proud of its economic vitality, which provides residents with job opportunities and a high quality of life. Some of the notable companies in Garland include Kraft, General Dynamics, Sherwin-Williams and Resistol.

Garland offers a variety of recreational and entertainment options, with a downtown area bustling with specialty boutiques and shops. The restaurant scene is diverse, with a plethora of Spanish, Asian, Thai and Vietnamese eateries, guaranteed to satisfy any palate. At night, there are a number of bars and cafes where you can enjoy live music.

If you live in Texas, owning at least one cowboy hat is a must. At Garland’s Resistol Hat plant, in business since the 1930s, you can tour the facility to see how cowboy hats are made, and purchase a cowboy hat as a souvenir.

For outdoor enthusiasts, there are over 2000 acres of parks, including the Rowlett Creek Preserve and Spring Creek Park, which features a pond, fishing pier and walking trails. Enjoy swimming and other water sports nearby on Lake Ray Hubbard, one of the largest lakes in north Texas.

The median home value in Garland is $184,750. Some of the popular neighborhoods in Garland include Firewheel Farms, an active, friendly community that features higher-priced homes, many with in-ground swimming pools. Valley Creek is another family friendly neighborhood that offers homes at different price points and a convenient location close to the freeway. Oakridge is a popular neighborhood, with amenities just a short walk away.

If you love the idea of a Texas city that has it all, then look no further than Garland, the city that checks all the boxes!

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