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Located in the extreme southern part of the state of Texas and a city in Hidalgo County, it sits in the lower Rio Grande valley that is situated in the west-northwest pf Brownsville. Along with McAllen and other nearby communities, they were able to form a metropolitan complex. The city’s development started as a cotton-grinning center and a shipping and packing point for the valley’s citrus fruits and vegetables. Oil and natural gas fields are abundant in the area’s limits. The city has been operating as one of the nation’s most scattered school districts with its groves, farmland, and ranchland. Edinburg is also home to the University of Texas-Pan American and of the Tropical Texas Center for Mental Health and Mental Retardation.

Home Prices

AVERAGE
245,216 +2%
MEDIAN
206,275 +1%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

PRICE
102 -1%

Listings

ACTIVE
241 -18%
NEW
32 -61%

Market Duration

DAYS
72 +20%
Population 80,836 (65.10%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,087 (3.18%)