Wednesday March 25, 2015
Things in Texas continue to get bigger and bigger, especially in Dallas. Dallas is becoming an employment hub as many companies are relocating to this great city in the Lone Star state. According to Johnny Johnson, the executive managing director with commercial real estate firm DTZ, “Dallas continues to appeal to a broad range of large national companies for a host of reasons.” Dallas is especially appealing to companies because of the abundance of labor, moderate climate, great housing, lower home prices and the fact that Texas has no personal or corporate income tax. These business developments are sure to have a positive impact on sales of new homes in dallas as more and more employees will need to find homes in Dallas as their companies relocate here for work.
JP Morgan Chase currently has 12,000 employees located in North Texas. As they look to consolidate offices, JP Morgan Chase is one of the latest companies to consider a move to the Dallas area. TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab Corp are also thinking about moving to Dallas while Hilti, Omnitracs and Toyota are amongst a large number of companies that have already moved their headquarters. JP Morgan Chase is represented by JLL real estate firm, the same firm that suggested Toyota relocate their headquarters to West Plano. Employees aren’t just relocating to Dallas but they are also loving their new city. “There is a proven track record that those employees that choose to move to Texas ultimately really like it,” Johnson goes on to say. This is welcomed news for Texas and custom home builders like Altura Homes.
If you find yourself relocating to Dallas for work consider Altura Homes as your homebuilder. We build new homes in dallas with classic quality and craftsmanship and are ranked as one of the top homebuilders in Texas. For information about our homes give us a call today at 888-972-1979. We look forward to welcoming you to Dallas.