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Residential Construction Continues to Boom in Midlothian

 

Midlothian Enrollment and Homebuilding Barreling Forward

According to the most recent School District Strategies report, residential construction activity doesn’t show any sign of letting up in the Midlothian Independent School District. The report indicates builders started 167 and closed 95 new homes in the district during the first quarter of 2016. This represents the most starts in a quarter in more than 6 years and the most first-quarter closings since 2008.

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Midlothian, Texas: A Safe Place to Live

 

A Safe Home is a Happy Home

When it comes to raising a family, having the sense that your community is safe, is near and dear to most parents’ hearts.

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E.T. Tobey Company: Why Midlothian?

 

This post is part of our “Why Midlothian?” blog series.

We interviewed Tami Tobey, owner of E.T. Tobey Company, to discuss why she chose to make something great in Midlothian.

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John Weber and Company: Why Midlothian?

WHY MIDLOTHIAN?   

Few things can tell a community’s story better than its business residents’ insights. This is why we created the “Why Midlothian?” series

In this series, Midlothian companies share their experiences, observations and impressions about why Midlothian has proven a great fit for their business needs. We hope their stories will inspire you to consider how you can make something great with us in Midlothian.

A Conversation With ... John Weber Jr., Executive Vice President,...

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Lux With Us: Why Midlothian?

 

This post is part of our “Why Midlothian?” blog series.

We interviewed Blake Vansteenburg, owner of Lux With Us, to discuss why they chose to make something great in Midlothian.

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Heroes Packing Company: Why Midlothian?

 

This post is part of our “Why Midlothian?” blog series.

We interviewed Kayla and Brock Owens, owners of Heroes Packing Company, to discuss why they chose to make something great in Midlothian.

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