• We Provide Free Apartment Locating, Real Estate Services, & Lump Sum Relocation Solutions
    Southbound Relocation
Who are we

We are a boutique real estate firm that specializes in FREE apartment locating and relocation services.


Shyftastic Housing Provider Award

We're extremely proud to announce Southbound Relocation has received Shyftastic Housing Provider Award at ShyftX Awards 2021. Thank you so much for giving us a chance to show the Relocation world what we can do and the service we provide. We are truly honored and grateful.

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Share your move-in date, budget and wish-list, then sit back and let our team find options that suit your needs.


Tour your faves

We’ll coordinate your tour schedule and even join you if you’d like. All you have to do is apply once you find the perfect fit.


Choose your new place

Sign the lease, notify your leasing agent and we'll follow up with the property ensure a smooth move into your new home.


What they say about us

Jill Piloborough
JC Penney Exec

“Aaron spent over 8 hours with me. I had never been to Dallas before and did not know where to look for an apartment. He took to me to many beautiful places in Uptown and Downtown. He only showed me apartments that were in my price range. By the end of the day, I found an apartment that was perfect for me.”

Mike Duda
Monarch Dental

“Aaron has worked both empathetically and energetically with our relocating professionals. He is most knowledgeable about the DFW market place as it relates to the housing market and the many factors associated with those individual neighborhoods. He covers a lot of ground! Aaron has the ability convey to each new client a strong sense of trust and understanding with the highest level of integrity.”

Izzy DiChiara
Jack AI

“The best thing about Southbound Locators is that the deals come to you. They cut out the legwork and streamline the entire apartment hunting process. It’s a one stop shop! Anytime one of my friends is looking for a new apartment, I tell them they need to check out Victory.”



Dallas’ most walkable live-work-play community boasts a host of new apartments, trendy bars, hot restaurants, and much of the best shopping in town. Singles in their 20s often dominate the social scene along McKinney Avenue, but it’s mostly professionals on the other side of age 30 who have settled into the townhomes along the tree-lined roads farther north, closer to Knox Street.

Deep Ellum

Long the heart of the Dallas music scene, Deep Ellum is still better known for its nightlife than as a place to call home. After plenty of ups and downs during the past few decades, the neighborhood is in the midst of another renaissance. To its east, towards Fair Park along Exposition Avenue, Expo Park has only recently begun to develop its own identity.

Design District

New restaurants, cafes, and apartment buildings have sprung up in recent years around the home-decor showrooms and warehouses that have been a fixture in this neighborhood, with its enviable proximity to downtown and easy highway access to points north and south. It’s an evolution still under way that doesn’t project to stop anytime soon.


A flood of investment is transforming old buildings into shiny mixed-use developments and drawing new shops, restaurants, and bars to the city center. Once a ghost town after 5 p.m. on weekdays — when thousands of office workers troop out of the neighborhood’s skyscrapers — downtown Dallas is becoming a live-work-play community all its own.

Arts District

The Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation, spanning 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks. This iconic neighborhood has more buildings designed by Pritzker award-winning architects than any location in the world. Dallas Arts District unifies culture and commerce with integrated and exemplary artistic, residential, cultural, educational, recreational, religious and commercial life and was awarded a maximum 3-star rating by the prestigious Le Guide Vert – Michelin Green Guide.


Nestled between Uptown, Lower Greenville Avenue and the town of Highland Park, lies the trendy Knox-Henderson neighborhood, a pedestrian-friendly area named for the two primary roads that connect over U.S. Highway 75. Filled with shops, bars and eateries that radiate out in all directions, the neighborhood manages to maintain a cozy vibe despite its central Dallas location.

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