Don’t be fooled by the quaint, quiet image of Midlothian, Texas. Innovation, ingenuity and progressive thinking are alive and doing very well in this North Texas community.Read More
According to a recent story in the Dallas Business Journal, Texas’ population is expected to double by 2050. And it’s the suburbs — rather than Texas cities — that are poised for the greatest growth in the coming decades.
Various counties across Texas are predicted to experience triple-digit growth by 2050, including North Texas’ Ellis County, which state demographers say could see a 200 percent increase in population.
Ellis County has an estimated population of 173,620 with an annual growth...Read More
As reported in an article by Area Development magazine, the availability of a skilled workforce ranks as the number one factor in determining a location. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise; regardless of all other factors, if you can’t find the staff necessary for success, little else matters.Read More
“Experienced.” “Talented.” “Dedicated.” “Best at what they do.”
This is how Midlothian, Texas, business managers describe their employees.Read More
North Texas has been heralded for its remarkable growth patterns in recent years, and Ellis County’s Midlothian is an exciting component of that picture.
Situated 30 miles south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, Midlothian has rapidly developed in recent years into an upscale community offering urban amenities and high-end housing paired with a semi-rural quality of life.Read More
It's no secret that Texas has been a national leader in job creation. Our state has benefited from a diverse business base, including manufacturing, transportation and energy, as well as a host of construction and retail businesses.Read More
Based on a report by School District Strategies (SDS) on residential activity in the Midlothian Independent School District (MISD) during the third quarter of 2014, it’s clear that the district is not only among the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area’s leading growth sectors, but that the growth of residential properties is maintaining high value.Read More