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WELCOME TO IRVING


Irving Texas, better known locally as the gateway to the heart of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, is a highly sought out area in close proximity to both Fort Worth and Dallas. From food markets to festivals and great restaurants to star performances at Irving's premiere live music entertainment destination the Toyota Music Factory, Irving has it all! With a population of 238,289 Irving is the 13th largest city in Texas. The workforce in Irving is a mixture of white-collar and blue-collar jobs, the top of which consist of Retail Trade (10.7%); Professional, Scientific, and Technical (9.6%); Accommodation (9.5%); Construction (9.2%); and, Manufacturing (8.3%). The average commute time is 15-30 minutes and the majority of people drive alone or carpool. 


Irving is even more diverse than Dallas. As a matter of fact, Irving is recognized as #13 of 225 Most Diverse Cities in North America. The most prevalent ethnic group is Hispanic or Latino (41.3%) followed by Caucasian (26.1%) Asian (17.2%) and African-American (12.7%). Over 1/4th of Irving residents are from other cities, states, and countries (35.3%).


The per capita income of Irving is $27,858 which is slightly below the national per capita income of $29,829. Additionally, the Median Household Income is $54,868 which is also slightly lower than the national Median Household Income of $55,322.


In May 2019, the median sale price was $299,999. DOM (Days on Market) was 19, and months of housing supply was 2.8. The total number of active listings was 375 and the total number of sales was 159.


There are great opportunities for both buyers and sellers with the right Realtor working with you!


Contact one of our agents today!


(Data Source: Neighborhood Scout, Real Estate Center at Texas A&M and NTREIS)

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