For years, it has seemed like everyone is moving to Texas: The state’s population increased by 3.4 million from 2010 to 2018.
Specifically, many Americans have been relocating to Frisco, Texas.
The city is 30 miles north of Dallas and almost half of the area’s homeowners have lived there for less than 10 years.
Business Insider talked to locals to understand the city’s appeal. It’s down-home charm, ample job opportunities, and family-oriented culture draw people to the area — even amid the pandemic.
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Photographer Vanessa Corral remembers reading an article about North Texas being the ultimate place to raise a family back in 2013. At the time, she, her husband, and their two young daughters were living outside of Sacramento, California.
The idea of a family-first community piqued her interest, so they took a field trip to check it out. Corral was immediately taken aback by the classic, all-American feel to Texas. While she initially envisioned Frisco to be too small a town, she found it to be a growing city with “beautiful homes and communities.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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