What an amazing opportunity to own a beautifully updated home on a large lot within walking distance of the entertainment district and stadiums! This beautiful 3 bed 3 ba...
Listing courtesy of Josh Winkler from Coldwell Banker Realty Plano
Great investor opportunity with lots of potential! With some TLC, this half duplex located on a quiet cul-de-sac can be a wonderful rental property or starter home. This ...
Listing courtesy of Melissa Kelly from Rendon Realty, LLC
This 2 story, 4 Bedroom 2 Bath home in prime location is a must see! Approved for AirBNB, it is walking distance to the Entertainment District in Arlington: AT&T Stadium,...
Listing courtesy of Marla Franklin from TruHome Real Estate
Come check out this gem!! Four bedrooms with master on the first floor.. Two and a half bathrooms, rear facing garage, gated boat or rv storage.. Fenced yard for the dogs...
Listing courtesy of Shawn Hayes from The Michael Group Real Estate
One owner home on a quiet cul de sac street, shows like a model home. Great floorplan with 2 bedrooms down and 2 up, upsatirs bedroom could be 2nd master with en suite ba...
Listing courtesy of Judy Shoemaker from Keller Williams Arlington
Lovely 4 Bedroom home located on Cul-De-Sac with Pond & Greenbelt behind Home! Greeted with Hand Scraped Look Laminate Wood Flooring w Open Concept Kitchen, Living & Dini...
Listing courtesy of Egypt Walker from Monument Realty
Stunning single story Drees home with 3 beds, 3 baths, 3 car garage, and upgrades. Great home for entertaining on this oversized greenbelt lot. Enjoy the peacefulness & p...
Listing courtesy of David Devries from RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors
Charming home ready for MOVE IN! Newly upgraded with updated lighting, brand new carpet and freshly painted interior. Kitchen features stainless-steel appliances and wood...
Listing courtesy of Steve Metarelis from Offerpad Brokerage, LLC
Splash on in to this one story home in N. Arlington with a pool & heated spa. Home features spacious living rooms, large master retreat with tray ceilings and crown mol...
Listing courtesy of Kelly Lewis from JPAR Arlington
Door.com helps you find the newest real estate listings in Arlington, TX. When you find a property you like, schedule a showing with one of your licensed agents. Buying with Door means you buy with confidence. Our agents transact, on average, 10X more homes than your typical real estate agent, while still providing an unrivaled experience. Located south-centrally in the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX metro area, Arlington boasts a growing economy with strong job growth, affordable housing, good schools, and a great quality of life.
Not finding what you like in Arlington? There are plenty of nearby cities that combine a great value with a lifestyle that fits around you and your family. Here are five of the best locations, according to resident surveys.
Keller: Based on reviews from the locals, Keller scores an A+ in public schools and family living. The town has a population of over 45,000, a median home value of $334,000 and a median rent of $1,299. It’s been called one of the best places to raise a family with its superb education and plethora of kid-friendly activities. It’s also been ranked as one of the 100 safest places to live in America.
Bedford: Bedford has a population of over 49,000, a median home value of $179,600 and a median rent of $996. It was named the 23rd best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine in 2017 due to its low unemployment, large homes and arts scene, which includes the annual Bedford Blues and BBQ Festival that draws visitors from all over the world.
North Richland Hills: Locals say North Richland Hills is known for its good housing market, great public schools and variety of activities including several parks, shopping areas from which to choose. The city even has their own hockey team, the Lone Star Brahmas. North Richland Hills has a population of 63,343, a median home value of $171,200 and a median rent of $1,054.
Carrollton: Located 21 miles outside of Arlington, Carrollton offers a variety of shops and entertainment for its population of over 131,000, including their historic downtown area, multiple parks and diverse multitude of restaurants. The area has a median home value of $197,500 and a median rent of $1,121.
Grapevine: Grapevine, which has a population of almost 52,000, boasts strong job growth and a low unemployment rate, as well as a picturesque historic downtown area and around 25 miles of recreational trails for residents to enjoy. It’s also home to multiple wineries that are linked by the “urban wine trail,” as well as an annual Grapefest wine festival. Grapevine has a median home price of $273,600 and a median rent of $1,208.
The average sale price of homes in Arlington is currently $253,000. The average price has increased 4.2% in the past year and number of homes for sale has increased 18%. The area has seen steady growth in the real estate market in the past few years despite several challenging years during the financial crisis fallout.
Arlington is home to a population of almost 400,000 and was named the “Best Big City in the South” by Money Magazine in 2017 due to its strong job growth, affordable housing, good schools and great quality of life.
The city is known as a good place for parents looking for well-priced homes and top-ranked schools, and its plethora of exciting activities has earned the city the “Entertainment Capital of Texas” title.
Arlington is home to not one, not two, not even three, but four professional sports teams—NFL team the Dallas Cowboys, MLB team the Texas Rangers, WNBA team the Dallas Wings and women’s professional softball team the Texas Charge.
Millions of Cowboys fans annually flock to AT&T Stadium, one of the largest stadiums in the NFL and one of the largest domed structures in the world. When football is not in season, the venue is transformed for Dirt Month, when it’s taken over by professional rodeo, motocross and monster truck events. High-profile touring acts are also hosted at the stadium.
You can find thrill seekers, rollercoasters lovers and waterslide enthusiasts at Six Flags Over Texas, where they can experience over 100 rides including 13 world-class rollercoasters, 24 splash-friendly rides at Hurricane Harbor and enough shows and entertainment to provide something for everyone.
If jumping is your thrill of choice, the Flight Deck Trampoline Park is right for you. The sprawling area of connected trampolines provides endless opportunity to play a unique game of dodgeball or bounce around in the giant airbag and foam pit.
Arlington is home to the Esports Stadium, the largest dedicated esports facility in North America. The 10,000-square-foot venue made its debut November 2018 and provides a state-of-the-art space for gaming conventions and competitions. The goal of the stadium was to build a local esports community and on top of the competition center, a Gaming Center inside the facility offers more than 50 gaming stations open to the public seven days a week.