About Best Southwest
Lay of Land Features
The Lay of Land in the Best-Southwest is just right. Offering a topographical paradise of beautiful hillsides, lush natural landscapes, and 7,500 acre Lake Joe Pool with an 1,800 acre Cedar Hill State Park and Marina, our area is affectionately referred to as Dallas’ Hill Country. The area consists of a generally stable geology. Where expansive soils exist, construction expertise is available to reinforce.
Established industrial areas (50+ acres):
- In Cedar Hill Business, American, KCK and B & J Industrial parks
- In DeSoto-Eagle Industrial Park
- In Duncanville-Big Stone Gap Industrial Park and Red Bird business district
- In Lancaster-Longhorn and Cedar Valley Industrial Parks
The vast majority of developable land left in Dallas County is in the southern sector…
What’s It Gonna Cost?
If you are from either the east or west coasts, the cost of living in the Best-Southwest area is less than you are used to. Here are a few facts to back it up.
Cost of Living…
“And total average living expenses are almost 40% lower in Big D than in the Big Apple.” (Dallas Morning News)
For the Business Traveler…
“Comparing the costs of a single night’s hotel stay, dinner, taxi, movie and a newspaper, Dallas is ranked as the second cheapest of eight major U.S. cities.” (source: Runzheimer International)
Cost of Texas’ Government Less Than 42 Other States.
Money Magazine hired Runzheimer International to find the tax burden by state of its subscribers. Texas’ State Tax Burden was found to be the 8th lowest in the nation.
Work Force… Educated and Mobile
Best-Southwest employment trends show an annual 2-3% growth in the number of area jobs. There is a solid industrial base encompassing a wide variety of business endeavors.