Tarrant County has a population of 1.8 million people, making it the third most populous county in Texas. The larger cities of Fort Worth and Arlington make up the bulk of that number while suburbs like Southlake, Grapevine, Saginaw, and the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area round out the county along with small towns like Azle and Haslet.
The population has steadily increased every year since the 1970s, and the growth shows no signs of stopping (along with the booming Texas population as a whole.) Credit for the influx can be at least partially attributed to the tens of thousands of companies that have established a strong presence in the county, like Bell Helicopter, JP Morgan Chase, and Texas Health Resources. Attractions like the Fort Worth Zoo, Six Flags Over Texas, and AT&T Stadium only add to the reasons that Tarrant County is a market primed for successful investments.
Investing in Tarrant County Property
With this variety in the types of communities in the county comes a variety in the types of properties to invest in. Trendy condos in downtown Fort Worth, single family homes in affluent Southlake, or ranch style houses in the country are all options that interest renters and have the potential to bring a healthy return as the area continues to grow.
Tarrant County Property Management
While buying property in Tarrant county can be a smart investment of money, managing the property with renters in it isn’t the best investment of time for some owners. Leap DFW has extensive experience managing properties in Tarrant County, and our office near Fort Worth has made us familiar with the area.
We can help you with finding the right tenants, collecting rent, making sure maintenance gets done, and every other detail that goes into leasing out a property. Give us a call at 888-657-3033 or check out our services page to learn more about how we make leasing easy.