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Tarrant County has a population of about one and a half million people. It is situated in the north of Texas Tarrant County. The county stretches through forests into the cross timbers region to the east and then extends into the Great Plains. Tarrant County has a great climate and a thriving property market. There is a wealth of Tarrant County foreclosure listings to choose from.

Fort Worth is part of the Great Prairie region and enjoys a selection of historical buildings and cultural centers. Its Sundance Square provides an enormous amount of night life and entertainment. It also has a variety of museums including a modern art museum and a science museum. Walk down wooden sidewalks and watch the cattle drive twice a day in the center rodeos, and Broadway shows are also ready to entertain locals and tourists alike. Stockyards National Historical district is popular with the locals, mostly because of the ambient western atmosphere and the famous Stockyards Championship rodeo.

Southlake is a suburb of Fort Worth. According to Forbes magazine, the neighborhood was one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the United States. The median household income is $172,945 and the area has had a real estate boom in the past seven years. Southlake has a growing economy. In 2005 the town square doubled in size and created more jobs in the community. Southlake has a developing industrial sector. Industries include food packaging, concrete products and the manufacture of engines. Southlake has a strong community and boasts a good quality of life.

Arlington was founded in 1876 and is a great place to enjoy local history and culture. The city boasts a good selection of colleges and universities and is the largest city in the surrounding metropolitan area. The city of Arlington hosts high profile sporting events at the Arlington stadium and is the home to the Texas Rangers baseball team. Not only is Arlington a sporting hub, but the city provides a lot of entertainment, shopping centers, employment, resources and educational facilities. The Arlington city council is proactive within the community and has recently launched different incentives to further boost the economy.