Luxury CONDOS for sale in Irving TX
Included below are Luxury CONDOS for sale in Irving TX. If you would like more information on any of these Irving real estate listings, just click on a property to access the full details. From there, you can request more information or schedule a tour. And we'd be happy to provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of properties which have recently sold in Irving TX, and more, so just let us know how we can help!
Pros of Buying a Condo in Irving TX
Equity: If you are partial to apartment living due to the amenities and the sense of community you can build, but you are also interested in building for your financial future, condo life may be the right choice for you. When you buy a condo, in most cases, you build equity.
Affordability: Condos tend to be less expensive than single-family homes.
Location: Many condos are built in popular, high-demand areas, so if you want to be in the heart of a city or within walking distance to many different amenities, a condo might be a good option.
Security: Many condos offer security features such as a call box, doorman, or guard service. Living among a group of neighbors also provides a sense of security when you are away from your condo.
Improvements: Unlike an apartment, if you own a condo, it’s yours. With some restrictions, you can make home improvements you like to your unit.
Maintenance: If you’re not inclined to do yard work due to limited time or handy with tools, a condo may be for you. Many condo complexes hire professionals to maintain the exterior and the common areas.
Amenities: As a condo owner, you are co-owner of any common areas that the condo building has to offer. Many buildings offer tennis courts, swimming pools, a gym, a theater room, and other amenities that you might not be able to afford on your own.
*Note: the above "Pros" may be dependent on City and Condo Association restrictions
About Irving TX
Irving is a Texas city just northwest of Dallas. The Irving Arts Center offers changing art exhibitions, outdoor installations, theater productions and concerts. Dominating the center of Williams Square is Robert Glen's “Mustangs of Las Colinas," a bronze sculpture of 9 wild horses galloping through water. The faithfully restored Ruth Paine House Museum explores the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
NTREIS data last updated December 1, 2022.