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768 Homes For Sale in Midland, TX

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2411 Auburn Place, Midland, TX 79705

Charming home w/ eclectic touches & lots of updates!!! 4 bedroom, 2 full baths, 2 car rear entry garage in an establishe...
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$365,000
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5305 Quicksand Cove, Midland, TX 79707

Beautiful! This unique,high amenity, low maintenance home is hard to find! Located in a cul-de-sac! Don't miss this Glen...
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$525,000
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3221 Patrick Place, Midland, TX 79705

Fabulous Mike Jackson 3BR/2.5 bath resale in move-in condition! Open plan has high ceilings, great kitchen has lg. islan...
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$382,000
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3531 Imperial Ave, Midland, TX 79707

Great Opportunity! Wonderful curb appeal with this ranch style 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Hyde Park! Cozy den with wood bu...
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$229,900
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5 bds | 3 ba | 3,010 sqft

6118 Valley View St, Midland, TX 79705

GORGEOUS 2 STORY, 5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH HOME! OPEN FLOOR PLAN W/ HIGH CEILINGS, GREY WOOD LIKE TILE, CARPET IN THE SPACIOUS ...
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$394,900
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3 bds | 2 ba | 1,989 sqft

3107 Lockheed Dr, Midland, TX 79701

Charming 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage in a great neighborhood on big corner lot! Open floor plan with brick fireplace i...
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$260,000
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9613 W County Rd 152, Midland, TX 79706

This home is located at 9613 W County Rd 152 Midland, TX 79706 US and has been listed on Homes.com since 25 February 202...
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$150,000
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4 bds | 2 ba | 1,435 sqft

10701 E County Rd 107, Midland, TX 79706

Great home in Greenwood school district. This home is located on a quiet street and is within walking distance to the sc...
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$299,500
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4 bds | 3 ba | 2,621 sqft

6721 Hall Of Fame, Midland, TX 79706

GREAT FAMILY HOME WITH LOTS OF SPACE!! LIVING ROOM W/GAS FIREPLACE, FORMAL DINING, UPSTAIRS GAME ROOM OR SECOND FAMILY, ...
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$380,000
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3 bds | 2 ba | 2,295 sqft

3215 Boyd Ave, Midland, TX 79705

Wow! Bigger than it looks with an amazing shop! Remodeled kitchen with sparkling stainless, miles of granite/storage and...
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$315,000
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3 bds | 2 ba | 1,394 sqft

4711 Thomason Dr, Midland, TX 79703

Very well maintained home with impressive updates. You will appreciate the Lanai kitchen while entertaining friends and ...
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$250,000
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4 bds | 3 ba | 2,525 sqft

Sara Ann, Midland, TX 79705

This to-be-built home is the "Sara Ann" plan by Betenbough Homes, and is located in the community of The Lone Star Trail...
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$299,950+
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3 bds | 3 ba | 2,622 sqft

49 Lafayette Pl, Midland, TX 79705

Welcome to one of the most charming streets in Midland!! Three bedroom, 2.5 bath with 2, 622 square feet with study/offi...
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$365,000
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3 bds | 2 ba | 1,350 sqft

Laura, Midland, TX 79705

This to-be-built home is the "Laura" plan by Betenbough Homes, and is located in the community of The Lone Star Trails. ...
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$183,950+
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3 bds | 3 ba | 3,049 sqft

1400 W Pine Ave, Midland, TX 79705

Wonderful Wallace Town home with three bedrooms, 3 bath (1 bath serves pool area) One Living, Formal Dining, Large Kitch...
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$369,500
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3 bds | 2 ba | 1,650 sqft

Lynn, Midland, TX 79705

This to-be-built home is the "Lynn" plan by Betenbough Homes, and is located in the community of The Lone Star Trails. T...
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$203,950+
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3 bds | 2 ba | 1,350 sqft

Regan, Midland, TX 79705

This to-be-built home is the "Regan" plan by Betenbough Homes, and is located in the community of The Lone Star Trails. ...
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$184,950+
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In 1881, a little place called Midway Station shared the name "Midway" with other towns in Texas; it was renamed Midland in 1884 when it got its own post office. This tiny ranch town now has 26 constituent neighborhoods. The median home cost is around $200,000, with a home appreciation increase of 10.5 percent over the last year. Spacious single-family homes are most common, but there are also plenty of condos and townhouses available. You can even look into buying a lot and building your own home in this beautiful city.

Over 25 percent of the residents in Midland have earned bachelor’s degrees, which is a bit higher than the national average. A large part of the current work force is made up of professionals, such as office workers, salespeople and service providers. Job growth is positive, and Midland enjoys the lowest unemployment rate in the country - approximately two-thirds lower than the average. More than two-dozen public schools, along with at least seven private institutions, ensure a diverse selection of educational facilities. Being the 29th-largest community in Texas, Midland has a population of just over 110,000 in an area of 75.1 square miles. Forbes magazine ranked Midland as the second-fastest growing small city in the country.

Located in the Permian Basin, Midland has a short, moderate winter and a semi-arid climate that allows residents to enjoy the outdoors throughout the year. For entertainment, residents can take in a performance by the Midland-Odessa Symphony Orchestra or visit one of several local museums. If you’re in the mood for some minor league baseball, cheer on the Midland RockHounds when they play at Security Bank Ballpark. Check out the trails at the Sibley Nature Center or catch a sky show at the Marian Blakemore Planetarium. You can also take a walking tour of the high-rises that create the impressive downtown skyline; these buildings gained Midland the nickname "The Tall City." Many of these buildings exist due to the booming post-World War II economy and the energy crisis of the 1970s. By late 2006, an increased demand for crude oil products created a surplus of almost 2,000 jobs in the region. Petroleum is still Midland’s main economical source, but the city has also branched out with their successful telecommunications and distribution center. In 2012, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that Midland had the second-highest income per capita in the United States. Midland has much to offer its residents. Browse our listings to find the perfect place to call home.

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