Living in Dallas Texas vs Portland Oregon – Best City to Live in USA

Living in Dallas Texas vs Portland Oregon – Best City to Live in USA. We had some clients recently make a move from Portland, so in this video, we’re comparing what it’s like Living in Dallas Texas vs Portland Oregon.

Portland is an amazing city to visit. Dallas is one of the best cities for jobs. How do they compare and which is the best city to live in USA?
Cost of Living Dallas TX
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  1. Thank you! I’ve lived in Portland for 7 years, the DFW is in my top 5, as is Charlotte, Tampa, Sacramento and San Antonio. The housing is what is attracting me to the DFW, the property taxes are so high though. Plus we are Cowboy fans! By the way Portland has two pro teams NBA the Portland Trailblazers, and MLS the Portland Timbers both successful with excellent support. I will miss the beautiful scenery in Portland, but North Texas seems to have just enough to get by. As far as green.

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