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Lubbock, TX – Welcome to "The Giant Side of Texas"

Lubbock can be described in many ways – the Hub City of the South Plains, the tenth largest city in Texas, a city with rich musical heritage, the cotton capital of Texas, the economic and major health care center for the entire West Texas and Eastern New Mexico region, and an internationally recognized wine industry that features three award-wining wineries. Lubbock provides an outstanding quality of life, is a great place to raise a family or retire, and has the perfect combination of urban and rural living, and maintains a wonderful small-town atmosphere. Our greatest commodity is the warm and friendly people who make Lubbock a unique place to live. The average daily commute is only seventeen minutes. Lubbock’s climate is semi-arid with warm days, cool nights, low humidity, and mild winters. The sun shines an average of 263 days a year and we enjoy the four seasons. At the end of the day, you can delight in one of the most picturesque works of natures art; the breathtaking West Texas sunsets. Lubbock has an International Airport, more restaurants per capita than any other city in the U.S., the largest mall located between Dallas/Ft. Worth and Albuquerque, the world’s largest charity food bank, the largest medical Mecca between Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles, the Lubbock Area Veterans Memorial, and the National College Baseball Hall of Fame. Texas is one of the few states that do not have a personal or corporate income tax.

Lubbock is proud to be the home of Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock Christian University, Wayland Baptist University, South Plains College, and excellent private and public schools. The spirit of Lubbock is impacted by its young well educated population. 83% of area residents over the age of 25 have obtained a high school diploma or higher. Lubbock is youthful with more than 64% of the population in its working prime.

Sporting News consistently ranks Lubbock as one of the “Mighty 99” best sports towns in the United States for College sports. Outdoor enthusiasts appreciate the 3000 acres of public parks, six public and three private golf courses, 200 public and private tennis courts, four public swimming pools, an amusement and water park, and Broadway Festivals. The TTU Jerry S. Rawls Golf Course has been ranked the third-best college course in America, the second best new affordable golf course in the U.S., and the 23rd best 50 golf courses in the U.S. Men’s Health magazine has consecutively ranked Lubbock as one of the Ten U.S. Cities with the lowest stress, the best air quality, and the least aggravating roads.

Lubbock is complete in culture with its own symphony, ballet, museums, theatres, or art exhibits. The United Spirit Arena continually host sell-out crowds for well known performers. Night life in downtown Lubbock is vibrant. On any evening in the Depot Entertainment District you will find live music, local and well know performers and musicians, stage shows, sports and cigar bars, and upbeat restaurants.

Lubbock provides very affordable housing to suite any taste and lifestyle from active retirement communities, to historical neighborhoods, to lakefront living, to rural subdivisions and even downtown retro studio apartments. Housing cost in Lubbock is significantly less than the national average due to the low cost and ample supply of land.

With the perfect combinations of quality of life, education, recreation, culture, world renowned medical facilities, and those warm West Texans, it is no wonder why people of all ages love to call Lubbock home.

Lubbock Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 89 homes for sale in Lubbock, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
100% Single Family.

100% Single Family

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 89
Average Home Size 2,924 ft² / 272 m²
Price Range ($70,000 - $1,290,000)

Weather in Lubbock

The average high temperatures in Lubbock range from 53 in January to 93 in July

Average home income in Lubbock

The average household income of a Lubbock resident is $64,801 with an average home value of $119,543

Population of Lubbock

Lubbock has 254,703 residents.

Home ownership in Lubbock

The average level of home ownership in Lubbock is 57%.

Education breakdown of Lubbock

Education levels of residents of Lubbock include: highschool 24%, associate 6%, bachelor 19%, graduate 11%.

Households in Lubbock

Lubbock has 97,223 homes, built on average 39 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 89 homes for sale in Lubbock. These homes are comprised of Single Family. The average list price of these property results is 348,836. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Lubbock please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 89 homes for sale in Lubbock, TX are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Lubbock area. Member brokerages representing the 89 homes include WestMark, Realtors®.