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Hi All,

Moving to FTW in early 2021, and starting the process of finding a home to buy. I work from home but my partner will be in FTW. What areas are there good reverse commutes from ? Have spent a lot of time in the Metroplex and know the traffic is awful, so hoping to minimize that if at all possible.

Thanks!
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Going from the east to west in the morning into Fort Worth is a reverse commute. However, there is still traffic. Are you not wanting to live in Fort Worth proper? Also, what is your max commute time that you are looking for?
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