Euless is the “E” in the HEB Mid-Cities area between Dallas and Fort Worth and in close proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. A cooperative venture of the cities of Hurst, Euless and Bedford created the HEB Chamber of Commerce, HEB Independent School District, and the HEB Economic Development Foundation designed to promote economic growth in the area. Combining forces and embracing a developer- and business-friendly climate in the three cities has paid dividends, attracting residents and business tenants alike. The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District has been named in the top 10 percent of school systems nationwide. HEB is also home to the upscale North East Mall (boasting Tarrant County’s only Nordstrom’s) and a plethora of dining attractions.
Euless has much to promote an active family lifestyle. Families can enjoy outdoor movies at the Euless’ beautiful parks during the summer. The Dr. Pepper Star Center makes Euless on of DFW’s hockey hotspots, while The Parks at Texas Star Active families are a baseball haven. Residents can choose from an array of activities and enjoy the outdoor swimming pool at the Euless Family Life Center. The Texas Star Golf Course and Conference Centre is ALSO a vibrant part of the Euless community.
Euless has long been considered a great place to live and raise a family, and now, it's official, Euless is also a great place to retire. The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) designated Euless as a Go Texan Certified Retirement Community.
Young families and seniors alike can choose from a vast array of housing option in the City of Euless.
I have been a licensed Realtor in Dallas since 2005. I have a passion for helping people. I pride myself on my thorough knowledge of our local area and always being available to my clients. My father owned a commercial construction company and I have a very in depth knowledge of homes and how they work. This is a huge benefit to my clients when inspecting a home and getting repairs done.
I have called DFW my home for the past 34 years. I grew up in Plano Senior high. I then attended Texas Tech University.