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Old Today, 07:03 AM
 
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Old Today, 09:18 AM
 
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Wow thanks that is so good to hear! We literally have nothing here for the kids to do (except some parks) and we recently got an ultimate air trampoline but its been closed embellish of COVID ( but its $20 per kid which gets expensive so ita not like we can do that everyday). I know there are so many things to do there and so many different suburbs to choose from. I just hope he gets a job around the suburbs that were recommended to me.
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Old Today, 09:21 AM
 
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While yall are here answering me questions could yall fill me in on one more. Could yall tell me areas to avoid living (high crime, bad schools, etc). I know a lot of the good areas have been suggested but just in case we get a job outside of those areas I'm just curious to know which areas/suburbs we need to absolutely avoid. Dont want to be living in area where violent crimes happen and dont want me kids to be in danger. Thanks again
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Old Today, 02:12 PM
 
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It's hard to narrow down the "bad areas" simply because the DFW area is HUGE, and there are lots of good areas. Even within the "bad" areas, there are still pockets of good neighborhoods.

A few I can name right off-hand (you can see the names on Google Maps):

Dallas south of I-30 and east of I-35E: Pleasant Grove, Skyline, Fair Park, Cadillac Heights, Joppa
Dallas north of I-30, southwest of Trinity River: Westmoreland Heights, West Dallas
Fort Worth south of I-30 and east of I-35W: Stop Six, Caville, Meadowbrook, Ramey, Handley, Glencrest, Echo Heights
Fort Worth north of downtown and south of Loop 820: Northside, Diamond Hill, Marine Park, Sylvan Heights

For schools, the suburbs are generally better than FWISD/DISD. However, the big districts do have some really good magnet programs, and some excellent elementary schools. If you narrow down an area where you'd like to live, ask here about the schools, and you'll get lots of opinions.
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Old Today, 02:35 PM
 
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Thank you that helps so much! I know its hard to answer since we don't have an area picked out to live yet and DFW is huge so I do appreciate you naming the places you coukd think of. Ill definitely keep those in mind when trying to find housing. I'll post in the future when we have some areas narrowed down to make it easier. But thanks again for the info!
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