The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is a major hub for the transportation system.
It is home to about 15,000 residents, and is home not only to the Dallas Cowboys and the Fort Worth International Airport, but also the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the Dallas-Forth Worth International Business Park.
It also serves as the home of the Fort Bend County Fair, a major cultural and event destination.
In recent years, the city has seen some big growth, and some areas of the city are becoming more attractive for people looking to live in or visit.
The number of active listings for apartments in the city is at an all-time high, as are the number of listings for single-family homes.
But the Dallas metro area is home of only about 4,000 active listings, and the rest of the metro area only has about 1,200 active listings.
So if you’re looking to move here, you may want to look elsewhere.
For example, the metroplex also has about 8,000 listings for condos, but those listings have been steadily shrinking.
But it may not matter how much you spend in Dallas, if you don’t live in the metro, the Dallas market may not be the place for you.