Welcome to Arlington, Texas. A wonderful community known for its small-town atmosphere and big-city style. This city has been named Best 100 Places to Live in America by Money magazine and continues to be featured on the best lists across the nation. Arlington is a city in Tarrant County within the Dallas - Fort Worth metropolitan area. According to the census estimate, the city had an estimated population of 380,084, making it the third largest municipality in the Metroplex. Arlington is the seventh-largest city in Texas and the 49th largest city in the United States.
Due to the city's central location in the DFW metroplex, you'll find world-class museums, theater, symphony and festivals along with fine dining and shopping. Area attractions include Six Flags Over Texas, Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth Stockyards, wildlife refuge centers and much more.
CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. is a full service real estate firm consisting of a group of talented individuals ready to assist you whether you are buying or selling a home. Let us make your home buying or selling transaction as stress-free as possible when looking to buy, sell or rent a home in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex.
CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. is a full service real estate firm consisting of a group of talented individuals ready to assist you whether you are buying or selling a home. Let us make your home buying or selling transaction as stress-free as possible when looking to buy, sell or rent a home or relocating to the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex.
MORE REAL ESTATE RESOURCESDFWmarketplace.com - Area Business Guide and Directory
Other CitiesSouthlake Homes for Sale
ProgramsLease to Own Right to Purchase Program
Use our tools to help make your move smoother from mortgage calculators to cost of living comparisons and handy checklists.
6 to 8 weeks prior: - Purchase or rent moving supplies: tape, markers, scissors, pocketknife,newspaper, blankets, moving pads, plastic storage bins, rope and a hand truck. Free boxes can usually be obtained at a local supermarket, but consider purchasing wardrobe boxes for clothes. - Have a garage sale to clear out unwanted items and plan accordingly. - Consider donating unwanted items. - Keep a detailed record of all moving expenses. Your costs (and donations) may be tax deductible depending on the reasons for your move. 2 weeks prior: - Hire a reputable mover or rent a moving truck. Be sure to get referrals or references, check with the Better Business Bureau, get estimates and purchase moving insurance. - Two weeks before moving day, contact your telephone, electric, gas, cable/satellite, refuse and water companies to set a specific date when service will be discontinued. Contact utilities companies in your new town about service start dates, including Internet and telephone services. - Notify healthcare professionals (doctors, dentists, veterinarians) of your move and ask for referrals and record transfers. - Register children for school and ask for school records to be transferred. - Notify lawn service, cleaning and security companies when service should be terminated. - Advise the post office, publications and correspondents of change of address and date of move. - Check your homeowners’ insurance and make arrangements for new coverage. Moving day: - Have tools handy for breaking down beds and appliances. - Give every room a final once over. Don't forget to check the basement, yards, attic, garage and closets. - Have the final payment for the movers and money for a tip. - Don't forget to check in with your local CENTURY 21® Agent – he or she may be able to provide useful local advice and/or referrals. - Visit www.DFWmarketplace.com for local service providers from plumbing and electrical to foundation and carpet cleaning. Download Moving Checklist
CENTURY 21 Mike bowman, Inc. provides numerous marketing resources and tools to help you sell your home. Behind the scenes, our 30+ in-house staff works closely with your agent from advertising to showing and feedback coordination to ensure a smooth and successful transaction.