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  • Texas is the second largest state by area in the United States (after only Alaska), and it’s a good thing because they need the room- two million people have moved to the state in the past five years. Texas has three of the ten largest cities in the United States (Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas), and the reasons for this population boom are numerous. They include the thriving economy, the low cost of living, the lack of an income tax, the mild weather, the affordable luxury real estate market and the numerous cultural, artistic, and historic institutions. The economy, graciously transitioning from oil-based to one more reliant on technology and energy markets, is flourishing, and ensures that the growth of Texas will continue steadily into the foreseeable future.
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