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Renter's Guide to Irving

A part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Irving boasts the perfect combination of suburban living and bustling business. It’s home to many Fortune 500 companies, as well as some of the top master-planned communities in the region.
Irving is known as a diverse hub of life, business and culture. Cvent listed the city as the No. 37 best place for meetings and events in the U.S.
Irving is the 13th most populous city in Texas, with nearly 230,000 people within its city limits. It encompasses 67.7 square miles, four area codes and 11 zip codes. It is slightly smaller than nearby Arlington, which boasts 383,000 residents and 96 square miles.
Downtown Dallas is actually only a mere 10 miles from Irving, but due to traffic, the drive typically takes 20-25 minutes. From Plano or Fort Worth, the travel time is about 33 minutes and 25 miles.
Like most of Texas, Irving experiences mild winters and very hot summers. Average highs in the summer (June-September) are between 91 and 88. The rest of the year, temperatures fluctuate between 56 and 78. Chances of flooding are higher in Irving than in many other areas of the Metroplex, simply due to the high number of canals and waterways in the area.

Irving, TX Demographics

  • Total Population264,769
  • Female 131,673
    Male 133,097
  • Median Age31.77

Cost of Living in Irving, TX

Compared to the U.S. average, Irving’s cost of living is nearly 9 percent lower.
Public transportation in Irving is available through the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system, or DART. There is a North Irving Transit Center that serves the Irving Convention Center area, as well as numerous bus stations throughout the area. DART prices range from $1.75 for a midday pass to $160 for a monthly pass.
A meal for two in a mid-range Irving restaurant runs around $40, and a regular cappuccino costs $3.65 on average. A pint of domestic beer is typically $4.
Utility costs in the area, which include electricity, heating, water and garbage, average $175 a month for a 915 square-foot apartment. This is slightly higher than the U.S. average of $147, likely due to the high AC use required in the summer.

Irving, TX Average Rent

  • Irving, TX Average Rental Price, December, 2016$1,003/mo
  • Studio$865
  • 1 Bedroom$932
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,157

Irving, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

  • 8%$501-$700
  • 45%$701-$1,000
  • 38%$1,001-$1,500
  • 9%$1,501-$2,000
  • 1%> $2,000

Irving, TX Rent Trends

All Rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Average Rent December, 2016 $1,003 $865 $932 $1,157
Jan / 2016 $994 $817 $901 $1,130
Sept / 2015 $965 $821 $878 $1,107
May / 2015 $934 $769 $849 $1,081
Jan / 2015 $906 $801 $825 $1,034
Sept / 2014 $888 $735 $794 $1,025
May / 2014 $867 $723 $785 $1,005
Jan / 2014 $835 $686 $766 $965
Sept / 2013 $844 $659 $753 $975
May / 2013 $824 $681 $741 $955
Jan / 2013 $808 $656 $720 $925
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Average rent is projected to grow by 7% in 2016 compared to 2015.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 75019750387503975060750617506275063

Living in Irving

Life in Irving can be quite easy. With plenty of employers, loads of nice neighborhoods and plenty of restaurants and entertainment venues, you never have to leave the city limits.

The best thing about living in Irving is the opportunities the city affords. Dozens of Fortune 500 companies call the city home, so employment (and an easy commute) is well within reach. The city also boasts the suburb of Las Colinas, which offers some of the area’s best real estate, schools and dining. For those interested in seeing the bigger cities like Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving is just a few minutes’ drive away, and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is also within the city limits, making national and international travel a breeze.

But like with any city, there are also cons to living in Irving. As the area is home to many businesses and corporations, it can be very hard to get around – especially during business hours. Irving roads tend to be very busy in the mornings, evenings and during the Monday-Friday lunch hour. Chances of flooding are also a little higher in Irving than other parts of the Metroplex, especially in Las Colinas, where a canal runs through the area.

Things to do in Irving

From cultural attractions like museums and art exhibits to more active fun like golf courses and race tracks, Irving is full of exiting things to do all year round.

Cottonwood Creek Park is one of the top attractions in the city, with a rock climbing wall, expansive playground, picnic tables, a pond, soccer fields, a baseball diamond and more. If you’re looking for a great place to fish, play disc golf, or go for an evening jog, Victoria Park is a great choice as well. For retail therapy, the Irving Mall, the MacArthur Park Shopping Center and Neiman Marcus are resident favorites.

One of the top family attractions in Irving is SpeedZone, where you can ride go karts, race dragsters, play mini golf or hit the arcade. But those aren’t the only fun things to do with kids. There’s also Chuck E. Cheese and the Fritz Park Petting Farm, where you can interact with cows, horses, sheep, turkeys, rabbits, peacocks, goats, and more.

The list of free activities in Irving is endless. Stop by and see the beautiful Mustangs of Las Colinas statues, walk down the Mandalay Canal or check out the beautiful Las Colinas Flower Clock. There’s also an old train depot on Main Street, and 22-miles of winding trail along the Trinity River.

Theaters abound in Irving, so movie nights with that special someone are easy and affordable. Some of the top spots include the Hollywood Theaters and the Starplex. There are also hundreds of top-notch restaurants in Irving, including The Ranch, Via Real, and Aspen Creek. If you’re a fried food-lover, you’ll be glad to know there’s a Buffalo Wild Wings at 1200 Market Place. Pizza Hut is also a good option for a sit down meal, with several locations around Irving.

For a super romantic evening, try a water taxi ride along the canals and through Lake Carolyn.

The biggest annual event in Irving is the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, a PGA tour event that occurs every spring at the local Four Seasons. The Las Colinas Country Club also hosts an LPGA North Texas Shootout annually, and the city’s Juneteenth event offers free food, music and more to all residents.

Want to soak in some culture? Head to the Irving Arts Center, which boasts both performing and visual arts exhibits year-round. Other cultural venues in the area include the National Scouting Museum, the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra, and Lyric Stage. If you’re a foodie, Taste of Irving may be more the culture you’re looking for. An annual festival where you can taste the area’s best foods and drinks, it’s a can’t-miss event.

Employment & Economy in Irving

Employment opportunities abound in Irving, as the city is home to many big-name companies. Nokia, BlackBerry, ACE Cash Express, Budget Suites, Chuck E. Cheese’s, Omni Hotels, Michaels, Kimberly-Clark the Boy Scouts of America , Quest Diagnostics, and more are all headquartered in the city. The top providers of jobs in Irving are Citigroup, Verizon, the Irving Mall, Aegis Communications and Allstate Insurance. The biggest industries in Irving are technology and healthcare.

Irving, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households100,624
  • Family 65,079
    Non-family 35,546
  • Children 38,618
    No Children 62,009
  • Average People Per Household2.54
  • Median Household Income$59,316
  • Median Household Disposable Income$82,831

Irving, TX Crime Rate and Statistics

National Average

Below Average 100 Above Average
Total Crime Risk
110
Assault Risk
119
Automotive Theft Risk
87
Property Crime Risk
125
Rape Risk
70
Robbery Risk
71

Education in Irving

Students in Irving attend schools in the Irving ISD, though Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD and Coppell ISD do serve some parts of the region. There are six high schools in the area, including renowned MacArthur High School, a campus recognized for its achievements by the Texas Education Agency. The city also boasts a few private K-12 schools, as well as the University of Dallas, North Lake College and a DeVry University campus.

Irving, TX Education Statistics

  • 12%No High School
  • 12%Some HighSchool
  • 24%Some College
  • 6%Associate Degree
  • 29%Bachelor Degree
  • 16%Graduate Degree

Tips for Renting in Irving

Irving renters are protected under Texas state law from landlord retaliation, meaning they can complain to the landlord about unsafe or illegal conditions, complain to a government agency about those living conditions or exercise their legal right to sue, without fear of eviction or financial penalties from their landlord.

If you’re moving to Irving from California, you may be surprised by your security deposit. While California limits these costs to two months’ rent max, there is no limit set for these deposits in Texas.

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