Garland Real Estate

There are many things that make the City of Garland unique, including its strong manufacturing base, abundant career opportunities and family friendly atmosphere. The City’s proud heritage has been carefully preserved in its downtown historic district. The recently announced Sixth Street extension project is part of the City’s Downtown Garland Redevelopment Plan connecting Downtown Garland to the Richland College Garland campus.

Garland also pays ongoing attention to strengthen and rejuvenate its future to assure that it always remains a desirable place where people choose to live and work. Its Firewheel Town Center represents the latest in open-air, mixed-use developments offering more than 900,000 square feet of department stores and specialty retail, a children's playground, lush open space and water features, 75,000 square feet of office space, more than 320 apartment units, and an 18-screen AMC theater. Bass Pro Shops anchors the 28-acre Harbor Point retail development on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard in Garland. The Garland Special Events Center is the City’s epicenter for graduations, sporting events, theatrical productions, concerts and conventions. Dining out is a favorite activity of busy Garland residents and these new centers and well as long-established area venues provide a myriad of options.

The thriving northeast corner of Dallas County prides itself on the strength of its diverse neighborhoods. Educating 58,000 students at 71 campuses, Garland Independent School District ranks as the second-largest district in Dallas County, twelfth-largest in Texas, and is among the 100-largest in America. Not many districts across the nation offer open-enrollment options for students, and none have a “choice” plan as far-reaching as Garland ISD. While other districts use attendance zones to determine a student’s campus, GISD parents are able to choose the school their child attends. GISD also offers a variety of magnet programs. 77 percent of its campuses have received Exemplary or Recognized ratings by the Texas Education Agency.

Garland - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Garland: $321,200 / County Avg $745,400


Avg Taxes in Garland: $5,500 / County Avg $13,000


Avg Sq. Ft. in Garland: 2,090 / County Avg 2,451


Avg Price per/ft2 in Garland: $154 / County Avg $304


Avg Walkscore in Garland: 37 / County Avg 50


Avg Year Built in Garland: 1980 / County Avg 1982


Avg Days on Website in Garland: 48 / County Avg 73


Garland Real Estate Market Health

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Areas in Garland TX
Neighborhoods in Garland TX
Broadway Terrace
Candlestick Cove 03
Cariagehouse Estates
Carriagehouse Estates
Carriagehouse Village-Victoria Place
Charleston Commons
Club Crk
Club Hill Estates
Coopers 01
Country Club Estates
Country Club Park Estates
Creek Bend Estates
Crest Park Estates
Crest Ridge Estates
Cypress Cove Ph 2
Fairways at Firewheel
Faulkner Point
Garland Groves
Garland Heights
Garland Heights 03
Gatewood 02 2nd Sec
Glenbrook Meadows Sec 03
Glenbrook Meadows Sec 04
Glenfield Add
Golden Mdws 2
Herons Bay
High Meadows
Highcrest Add
Hills of Breckinridge
Holiday Park North 03 Rev
Kensington Gardens 02
La Prada 01
Lakeside Meadows Estates
Meadowlark Estates
Meadowood 03 Ph A
Meadowwood 05
Mill Creek Crossing 04
Mill Creek Crossing 06
Monica Park Heights 02
New World 03
North Star Add
Northlake Estates
Oakridge 01
Oakridge On The Creek
Oaks 02
Orchard Hill Estates 4
Parks at Rosehill
Rainbow Estates
Ridgewood Estates
Routh Terrace
Shalain Village
Shiloh Ridge 1
Shiloh Spgs 02
Shores Of Wellington 03
Skillman Forest 01
Skillman Forest Park 01
Skillman Forest Park 02
Southgate Manor 03
Southgate Manor 04
Spring Creek Estates
Springpark Central 01 2nd Rep
Springpark Central 01 Add
The Parks at Rose Hill
Village Glen 02
Village Meadows Sec 02
Villages Of Valley Creek 01
Villages Of Valley Creek 05
Virginia Park 01
Walnut Park Estates
Walnut Terrace 04
Walnut Terrace 05
Williams Estates
Windsor 02 Rep