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DALLAS-Apartment Guide, which shares information about retail properties to potential renters nationwide, has released data about moving patterns and the top searched metropolitan areas. Dallas and Houston ranked among the top 10 list, coming in third and fourth, respectively.

Dallas didn’t fare quite so well when it came to top searched sister metros, however. This ranking determines where people most often move from and where they move to – statistics show that a higher number of individuals move from the Dallas to Houston metro region rather than vice versa.

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