Home to the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor, Arlington is a hub for entertainment and tourism and is the third largest municipality in the metropolitan area of Dallas/Fort Worth and nestled right in the middle between Dallas to the east, and Fort Worth to the west,
The Parks Mall at Arlington houses numerous retail outlets and a movie theater. Arlington Highlands at Matlock Road and Interstate 20 is the entertainment hotspot with a host of upscale restaurant/bar venues, the Imrov Theater and Dave and Busters. Theater Arlington is one of the largest community theaters in the nation, and Levitt Pavillion Arlington offers 50 free concerts per year. With the relocation of the U.S. Bowling Congress, and the Bowling Proprietors Association of America and the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, Arlington became the world headquarters for bowling. The Arlington 4th of July Parade through Downtown, is a favorite community activity featuring floats and entries from local schools, businesses and organizations.
Those who enjoy a big city ambiance with a couple of even bigger cities on either side of it, find Arlington a good and convenient place to live with good affordability. Tourism trades and jobs at the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington attract residents, and the city’s proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is another plus. Arlington is covered by four different independent school districts (ISDs): Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, and Kennedale. There are 85 public schools and 21 private schools in the city, as well as 10 post secondary schools. This includes the University of Texas at Arlington, which is just west of Central Arlington.
Steven & Aymee both grew up in the north Texas area and have lived here their entire lives. They married 10 years ago, bought a house and a few acres in Trenton and love spending time together with their three daughters. They both became licensed Realtors at the same time and have never looked back.
Over the course of their career, they have both earned the GRI and SRES designations, and are currently working on their ABRs. Steven has become a preferred vendor for the Texas Veterans Land Board as well. They excel at servicing their clients with these extra designations.
While they choose to reside north of McKinney, they have strategically chosen to office with JPAR Frisco because this is w here the heart of their business lies. Clients and referrals are their lifeline, and they would travel to the ends of the world to do what is best for them. Their firm belief is that clients become friends..and friends become family. Give them a shot and see for yourself.
"I would recommend Steven and Aymee Powell to anyone and everyone. They're ethical and honest and go above and beyond. They made a long, drawn-out process of finding and buying a home worth it. I wouldn't even think about having anyone else as my agent(s). Call them and tell all your friends to do the same."