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Tarrant County Real Estate

Tarrant County was established in 1849 and covers 902 square miles. It is jam-packed with entertainment and attractions for everyone. To start you can find the iconic AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas also referred to as “Jerry World”. It is home to the Dallas Cowboys NFL team but also hosts other numerous events. Just across the way are the Texas Rangers MLB team at Globe Life Park. Kids and adults that are kids at heart can enjoy Six Flags Over Texas theme park. The Fort Worth Stockyards is a notable point of interest and a historical district. Today the venue mainly features shopping and entertainment while still paying homage to the cowtown. These are just few highlights that Tarrant County has to offer besides the abundant shopping and dining options. These establishments are good for personal enjoyment but great for the local economy bringing in money and providing jobs to residents.  

 

Median household income $65,100 
Median Property Value $186,200

Cities and towns in Tarrant County: 

  • Arlington 
  • Azle * 
  • Bedford  
  • Benbrook  
  • Blue Mound * 
  • Briar 
  • Burleson 
  • Colleyville 
  • Crowley * 
  • Dalworthington Gardens  
  • Edgecliff Village 
  • Euless  
  • Everman * 
  • Flower Mound 
  • Forest Hill  
  • Fort Worth * 
  • Grand Prairie * 
  • Haltom City  
  • Haslet * 
  • Hurst  
  • Keller  
  • Kennedale 
  • Lake Worth 
  • Mansfield * 
  • North Richland Hills 
  • Pantego 
  • Pecan Acres 
  • Pelican Bay 
  • Rendon 
  • Richland Hills 
  • River Oaks 
  • Saginaw 
  • Sansom Park 
  • Southlake * 
  • Trophy Club 
  • Watauga 
  • Westlake 
  • Westover Hills 
  • Westworth Village City 
  • White Settlement 

*= Resides in more than one county