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Texas is the second largest U.S. state in both area and population.  Houston is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States, while Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston are the 7th and 9th largest United States metropolitan areas. With Texas’s large population, and abundance of natural resources, the state has a large and diverse economy. Oil is a big industry within the state, as is agriculture and mining. Understandably so considering Texas has the most farms and the highest acreage in the United States, according to Wikipedia.com.  And interestingly enough, according to the Energy Information Administration, Texans consume the most energy in the nation per capita and as a whole!

But like we’ve mentioned in our “Dallas-Shopaholics Delight” blog, Texas has a strong commercial sector consisting of retail, wholesale, banking, insurance and construction industries. With all of these marvelous reasons, who wouldn’t want to move to or live in Texas? And we’ve got just the thing to help you!

Here are some wonderful apartment communities spotlighted this week for you to look at. Take a look at the amenities they offer showcased in the video!

Chesterfield Apartments in Houston, TX
The Aberdeen Apartments in Houston, TX
Eagle Manor Apartments in Denton, TX
Treymore at Eastfield Apartments in Dallas, TX
The Woods Apartments in Dallas, TX
The Vintage at Legacy Apartments in Frisco, TX
Timmaron Ridge Apartments in Dallas, TX
The Park at Wintergreen Apartments in Desoto, TX
5225 Maple Apartments in Dallas, TX
Amesbury Parc Apartments in Dallas, TX
Montfort Crossing Apartments in Dallas, TX
Windridge Apartments in Grand Prairie, TX
Renaissance Parc Apartments in Dallas, TX
Spring Lake Apartments in Haltom City, TX
Astoria Apartments in Dallas, TX
Towne Centre Village Apartments in Mesquite, TX
Marina Del Rey Apartments in Grapevine, TX
Hulen Oaks Apartments in Fort Worth, TX
Information gathered from Wikipedia.com



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