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Arlington, TX

Texas has always been go big or go home, and the city of Arlington is no exception. Situated smack in the middle of the sprawling metropolis that makes up the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) area, Arlington is surrounded on all sides by bustling activity, tons of housing and one of the country's most reliable job markets. Arlington's proximity to the big cities made it the ideal spot for a couple of DFW's most treasured arenas. State-of-the-art AT&T Stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys pro football team, and just next door is Globe Life Park, where major league baseball fans go to root on the Texas Rangers. North Texas is one of the most consistently affordable metropolitan areas for home buyers, with Arlington homes for sale currently listed at a median price of $220,000. Homes for sale in Arlington can be found in popular neighborhoods like elite Dalworthington Gardens and nearby Pantego, as well as other mega-communities chock full of amenities.

Many people move to Texas for the temperate climate, and Arlington certainly doesn't disappointed. North Texas is generally sunny and warm, with a short winter that most Northerners would scoff at. So, Arlington is the ideal place for those who love to enjoy the outdoors, whether it be hiking at Richard Greene Linear Park, camping at Loyd Park, fishing at Joe Pool Lake or hitting the trails at Veterans Park. Although the summer is hot in Arlington, the area has more than enough ways to cool off, whether at a local pool or nearby lakes and water parks like NRH20 and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.

Arlington is also home to the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, which celebrates the 5,000-year-old sport and its international stars. But if bowling isn't your thing, look no further than downtown Arlington for all types of entertainment. The area hosts a thriving music and cultural scene, with outdoor concerts at Levitt Pavilion, as well as shows at venues like Theatre Arlington and Arlington Music Hall. New residents looking for an art fix should definitely stop by the world-class Arlington Museum of art, as well as the art gallery within the University of Texas at Arlington.

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