Amarillo is the largest city in the Texas Panhandle and is centrally located in the Texas
Panhandle, bordered by New Mexico to the west and Oklahoma to the east. Amarillo’s
economic history was closely tied to agriculture and the energy industry. These days
businesses such as copper refining, fiberglass production, meat packing, weapons disassembly,
customer service operations and aircraft assembly plant have diversified the city’s economy.
Serving as a regional medical center also plays a key role in Amarillo’s economy.

Major employers include Pantex, the only nuclear weapons assembly and disassembly facility in
the country, Bell Helicopter which produces the V-22 Osprey along with other helicopters, Tyson
Foods, and our two hospitals BSA and Northwest. Some attractions that Amarillo is known for is
the Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo Venom Arena Football, Wonderland Amusement Park and the Big
Texan Steak Ranch, if you think you can eat the 72oz steak in 1 hour along with the sides you
get it free.

Amarillo is home to 190,695 (per 2010 Census) people and always welcomes newcomers.
Amarillo is a strong community of great neighborhoods spread across town.

The Amarillo Real Estate market is strong, homes prices are stable with moderate increases
over time. Amarillo Real Estate market has a diverse mix of homes for sale, different styles and
some great neighborhoods to choose from. Average sales price for Amarillo Homes for sale is
around $147,000 and average days on the market varies but is currently just over a 100 days.
Amarillo Real Estate is stable and a great investment. If you are looking for a great community
to call home then Amarillo will surely fit what you are looking for.

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