Corinth Real Estate Information

One of the larger communities in the greater Dallas region's Denton County, the community of Corinth, Texas, is a growing suburban community estimated to be home to more than 20,000 residents in 2008, a population growth of nearly 85 percent since the 2000 census, when just over 11,000 lived there. Corinth sits on nearly eight square miles and is strategically situated on the Interstate 35 corridor between Denton and Dallas. Its residents tend to be more affluent than the average family in Texas, with median household income estimated at more than $95,000 in 2007.

Real estate is readily available in Corinth, with 45 subdivisions containing properties ranging in price from $90,000 to more than $500,000, though the average home in the community clocks in at around $175,000. Corinth was incorporated in 1960 and has experienced steady growth since then.

The area is served by the Denton and Lake Dallas Independent School Districts, and it is the home of North Central Texas College's only campus in Denton County, a two-year institution. It also is just about a 15-minute drive from either the University of North Texas or Texas Women’s University, both in Denton, while at just an hour away are nearly 10 more schools. Broadcasting, telecommunications, education, finance and insurance are the most popular industries to work in here, with the two most popular occupations computer specialists and teachers. The nearest hospital is just two miles away in Denton.

The city maintains 177 acres of parkland in 12 developed and three undeveloped parks and a 119-acre community park and sports complex. Two small bodies of water, Sharon Lake and Horseshoe Lake, are popular hangout spots, and Corinth is home to the Oakmont Country Club and Golf Course. Annual events sponsored by the community include the Arrival of Santa, a Christmas Tree Lighting, the Easter Egg Hunt, the Daddy/Daughter Valentine’s dance and Fishin’ Fun For Kids. The Denton County Transportation Authority currently has plans to develop a light rail commuter system, with will have a stop in Corinth and connect residents with lines in Dallas and its surrounding communities. The line is expected to be opened in 2010.