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New Hope, Texas is a small town in Collin County of Texas, with a small population of about 723. The area has a land area of about 1.4 sq. miles, all of which is land. The city falls into zip code 75069, which holds great amenities for the city residents. The area is known for a higher household income, which reaches about $66,000, but has been lessening a bit throughout the years along with other areas around and within the United States.

Real Estate for sale in New Hope Texas March 3, 2021
1
Listed
41
Avg. DOM
$173.06
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$325,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Under Contract
225 New Hope Road E New Hope, TX 75071
$325,000
Subdivision: Chenoweth Survey
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,878
Sq.Ft.
1965
Year Built
42
Days on Site
14500249
MLS
Pride of ownership shows in this home owned by same family since it was built! Extremely well maintained 1 story home on 0.57 acres. Beautiful wood-like tile & plush carpet. Custom cabinets in...
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NTREIS data last updated March 3, 2021.
In 2000, it was recorded that there were approximately 230 households in New Hope, a majority of which were made up of families and about 34% having children within.

The median home value of New Hope homes is about $148,000, which offers a lower cost of living for one of the more attractive living spaces in Collin County. 

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