Here's some tips and advice to help make your move a little easier.

Choosing an Electricity Plan

If you’re looking for an electricity plan for the first time or just want some pointers, we've got you covered

Moving Checklist

It all starts with a plan. Here's a week-by-week timeline for making sure your move's a success.

Reasons to Move to Texas

You've heard that we do things bigger in Texas. From the food, music, entertainment and more, there's something here for everyone.

Shipping Your Car to Texas

Thinking about shipping your car? We’ve got a few things you might consider before deciding whether it’ll be worth it.

Telling the Kids You're Moving

Moving can be an emotional experience for everyone. Here’s a few tips on how to break the news in a positive way.

Home Warranty and More

To complete your move and help you save, check out our affordable home warranties, iThermostat, timely budget alerts and also TV and internet bundles.

Dallas-Fort Worth

From nightlife to newly developed suburbs, there’s something in DFW for everyone. Check out these tips for things to do.

Houston

Houston appeals to people from all over the country. Whether you’re looking for a place to start a new job or raise kids, Houston’s a great option.

Killeen

Military and civilian families moving to Killeen love the friendly atmosphere, making it a true southern gem and great place to live.

Round Rock

Round Rock sits in an ideal location north of Austin. You can eat, shop, play and enjoy the great outdoors without spending a ton.

Tyler

Tyler’s rich history as a railroad center makes for interesting tales from long-time locals. Here are some ways to get involved in all this city has to offer.

Waco

From the Baylor University college scene to vast agricultural and outdoor spots, Waco has a lot to offer. All while keeping its small-town atmosphere.

West Texas

West Texas cities like Midland, Odessa and Wichita Falls are attracting families working in the oil and gas industry. Get a feel for what else the region has to offer.

Lone Star State: Brief History

Theories abound as to the exact story, but the tale always begins south of the border, way back when Texas was a province of Mexico in the early 1800s.

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