Irving Homes & Real Estate
Get exclusive information about Irving neighborhood properties, or schedule a home showing today - contact your Irving real estate specialists now! Irving is a thriving city - it is the home base of many companies of note such as ExxonMobil and Omni Hotels. It is also the home of the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys. This atmosphere of industriousness has served the Irving real estate market well, as there is a huge variety of home options and choices here. With such an abundance of business, Irving has become one of Texas's premier cities in which to live. For more information about the Irving area, and Irving TX homes for sale, click here.
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Irving Real Estate Market & Location
Irving real estate's considerable variety of housing options and price ranges is as near to "something for everyone" as one can find in today's marketplace; single family homes, patio homes, apartments, etc. from modestly priced to million-dollar manor homes.
Average sale prices for single family homes as of this writing are in the $113,000 price range for a one bedroom home, $149,000 for a two bedroom home, $192,000 for a three bedroom home and $375,000 for a four bedroom home with median single family home prices hovering around the $260,000 range as of the latter part of 2006. Of course, such variables must be considered as desirability of location, age and condition of the home, etc., factors which will play an important role in the bargaining process.
Irving, Texas is located in Dallas County and is referred to as part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Is Irving the city you may be considering for relocation? If so, consider this; Irving was the city chosen by no less a corporate giant then ExxonMobil for their corporate headquarters. The advantageous of headquartering in Irving has additionally attracted Omni Hotels, Zale Corporation, Michales Stores, and National Care Network among many others.
Commuters have easy access to /from work and to the entertainment and shopping in Dallas via a modern system of roads and highways and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus System ( DART ). A light-rail commuter service is currently undergoing construction and will be completed in several phases over the next few years.
Although nearby Dallas offers all sorts of entertainment, shopping and dining options, Irving residents have much to choose from in their own backyards. In addition to several modern shopping malls and a wide selection of dining options, from ethnic to fast food to gourmet, Irving has various museums, art galleries, cultural events of various sorts, and sporting events such as horse racing, championship rodeo, the NFL Cowboys, the NHL Stars, the NBA Mavericks and the MLB Rangers.
Families relocating to Irving can rest assured that the educational facilities are varied and highly regarded. In fact, Irving's North Hills School has been rated the nation's twelfth best by Newsweek Magazine. For those seeking higher education, the Dallas County Community College District has a campus in Irving - North Lake College. The University of Dallas and DeVry University have campuses in Irving as well. Ranchview high school is also in the ISD. View our Irving Elementary, Middle and High School Directories.
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