Top 10 Most Expensive Cities To Live In Texas In 2017

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10. Irving

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Population: 217,021

Irving’s cost of living is 2.30% than the U.S average. The local unemployment rate is 3.60%, which has increased by 3.09%, since the U.S average is 5.20%. The median home cost is $163,000, and the average school expenditure is $10,162 per student. The average commute time is 23 minutes.


Mortgage Rates in Texas
Product Rate Change
30 yr fixed mtg refi 3.74% 0.06
15 yr fixed mtg refi 3.00% 0.05
7/1 ARM refi 3.18% 0.13
15 yr jumbo fixed mtg refi 4.06% 0.41
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