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Why Move To Texas?

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and they aren’t kidding. It is the second-largest state by land and it has the second-largest population in the united states. Texas is a culture hub, from the wild west movies to the Huston Nasa headquarters where Apollo 11 launched, you will surely have plenty to explore when you move to Texas. Its massive highways and rise in job creation in the tech field make it a perfect spot for professionals in any age range looking for economic opportunities. 

Texas is one of our favorite states to move customers from New Jersey heres why;

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How Much Do Movers Cost To Move From New Jersey To Texas?

Bedrooms Move Size (cubic Feet) Moving Estimate Full Packing Service(Additional)
1 Bedroom 300 to 400 CF $1,466 to $1955 From $537 to $716
2 Bedrooms 500 to 1,000 CF $2,300 to $4,600 From $895 to $1,790
3 Bedrooms 1,100 to 2,200 CF $4,743 to $6,253 From $1,969 to $2,5095
4 Bedrooms 1,500 to 2,200 CF $6,468 to $9,487 From $2,250 to $3,300

How Long Does Delivery Take?

Delivery usually takes one to two weeks to arrive at the destination, but it can take up to 21 days depending on the season, booking timing, or other factors. To learn more about our policy please visit our policy page.

How Much Is It To Insure My Belongins?

All items are covered at basic valuation in accordance with DOT regulations of .60 cents per LB. However additional insurance can be purchased via ABBA insurance. 

About Texas

Where is Texas?

Located in the South Central region of the US, the state of Texas borders Louisiana to the east, Arkansas to the northeast, Oklahoma to the north, New Mexico to the west, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leôn, and Tamaulipas to the south and has a coast to the Gulf of Mexico to the southeast.

Texas Population & Demographics

Texas is the 2nd most populated state in the USA with a population of 29.1 million as of 2020. (source for statistics: US Census Bureau).

Popular Cities to move to in Texas

Houston, Texas

The city of Houston TX is one of the most populated cities in the states, landing at a ranking of 4th. Houston has an estimated population of 2,304,580 with a %9.7 growth in the last decade.

Houston had a median household income of $53,600 between years 2016-2020.

Houston TX Demographics

  • Houston’s population consists of 58.9% female and 41.1% male.
  • The people of Houston have a median age of 33 years. (32.7 for males and 33.4 years for females.)
  • Race and ethnicity: 51.5% White alone, 22.8% Black/African American, 0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native, 6.9% Asian alone, 0% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, 7% mixed races (two or more), 44.5% Hispanic or Latino.


San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio TX Population
San Antonio TX is the second most populated city of Texas with a population of 1,451,853 as of 2021. It has been growing in population steadily and in the last decade it had a growth percentage of 8.1%.

San Antonio had a median household income of $53,420 between years 2016-2020.

San Antonio TX Demographics

  • San Antonio’s population consists of 50.6% female and 49.4% male.
  • People of San Antonio have a median age of 33.6 years. (32.3 for males and 34.9 years for females.)

Dallas, Texas

Dallas TX Population
The city of Dallas TX ranks third in population among the cities of Texas, with a population of 1,288,457 that has grown 8.9% in the last decade.

Dallas had a median household income of $54,747 between years 2016-2020.

Dallas TX Demographics

  • Dallas’ population consists of 50.4% female and 49.6% male.
  • People of Dallas have a median age of 32.7 years. (32.3 for males and 33.2 years for females.)

Race and ethnicity: 57.7% White alone, 24.3% Black/African American, 0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native, 3.6% Asian alone, 6.4% mixed races (two or more), 41.5% Hispanic or Latino.


Texas is part of multiple climate zones. With a wide variation in precipitation patterns, El Paso on the western end of the state averages 8.7 inches of annual rainfall while parts of the southeast average as much as 64 inches annually. Snow falls multiple times in Panhandle each winter and once every few years in Central and East Texas. You can expect summer averages between 80 °F to 100 °F depending on the location.

With its dry climate inland, you can expect greater daily variance of temperatures.

Texas has over 531K jobs listed on indeed.com as of November of 2022. With 162K of them requiring a high school degree, 192K Associates, 291K Bachelors, and 316K Masters. And 393K of them are entry-level jobs. 94K mid-level and 6K senior-level jobs indicate that Texas is a great place for young professionals with an abundance of entry-level jobs to kickstart your career. There’s definitely a job for you among the hundreds of thousands of positions available no matter the industry, and this is during times of rumored recession mind you!

Texas has 35+ universities thousands of private schools, publicly funded colleges and universities, and hundreds of private institutions of higher education. There are many highly regarded schools in Texas and homeschooling options are also available. Rest assured you can provide the education you’ve always wanted for yourself or your kids here.

Capital: Austin
Area: 268,596 square miles of which 7,365 square miles are covered by water, ranking 2nd in states by size.
Zip Codes: 75000-88595
Area Codes: Texas is host to a large number of area codes. These presently include area code 210, 214, 254, 281, 325, 346, 361, 409, 430, 432, 469, 512, 682, 713, 737, 806, 817, 830, 832, 903, 915, 936,940, 956, 972, and 979.
Elevation: 1,700 feet
Time zone: UTC – 06:00 and UTC – 7:00 (no DST)
Website: www.pa.gov


  • Wide variety of natural, beautiful spots to enjoy.
  • Gentle winter climate.
  • No state income taxes.
  • Reasonable costs of living.
  • Plenty of job options in a booming market.
  • Plenty of education options.
  • Diverse, lively community.


  • Weather can be harsh due to large variances throughout the day.
  • High property and sales taxes.
  • Some areas may have high crime rates.
  • Limited access to health care in some areas.
  • *buzzz* Mosquitoes
  • At risk for hurricane disasters.
  • Open-carry gun ownership, although a political debate for some, this can be a mixed bag with aforementioned high crime rates, depending on where you go.
Moving trucks

Relocating across a significant distance calls for a considerable amount of preparation and organization. Made sure everything is flawlessly performed right from the beginning since there are so many different logistics to arrange. That is why it is essential that you hire a Affordable Assertive Moving Company to help you with your long distance relocation. Moving to a new home may be a trying experience, but with the correct assistance, the process can be made more accessible and less chaotic for you. We provide a wide range of services: