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Located in the inner-ring suburb of the city of Dallas and the principal city of the Dallas County, it serves as a keystone to the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan. Historically, the city has been a center for truck and dairy farming, cotton growing, and poultry raising and production. Present-day Irving is now home to 8,500 local and international companies, wherein it has become a global headquarters for five of the Fortune 500 companies. The city’s business district was a strategic location because there are two major airports in the town, and blossoming urban business districts become a significant attraction to national and international investors. Today, Irving has almost 3.3 million workforces and has ranked as the third-largest employment hub in the state of Texas.

Home Prices

414,493 -4%
368,707 -7%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

162 +4%


304 -12%
136 +2%

Market Duration

45 -4%
Population 228,653 (19.10%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,291 (-8.71%)