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About College Station

College Station real estate has been a widely discussed topic in recent years. Home sales and property values have significantly changed since the 1990’s, fueling growth in the local economy and prompting interest from real estate investors as far away as California and New York. In certain areas of the community we have seen land appreciation and or property values increase by as much as a factor of ten during this period.

Once only known as home to Texas A&M, today College Station offers so much more. Beautiful neighborhoods, a vibrant entertainment district, a highly ranked public school system and a thriving local economy. As a result, the booming College Station – Bryan area has become a hotbed of residential real estate.

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College Station Lifestyle

College Station Lifestyle

The College Station lifestyle is closely tied to Texas A&M University. Not only are there tens of thousands of students living in the area, a lot of former students, faculty and staff also live near Texas A&M University.  It is one of the nation’s most highly educated communities, as well, with over 57% of College Station residents having earned a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.

If you’re not from College Station, the Aggie fervor might be difficult to understand. As they say, “If it happens twice in Aggieland, it’s a tradition.”  The College Station lifestyle and Aggie traditions are heavily influenced by a sense of loyalty, respect, and admiration for the A&M. Many College Station residents spent their formative years in the town they now call home and their ties to the school and love for the community remain strong.

Aggie culture is deeply influenced by the school’s agricultural and military roots. While military training is no longer required of students, the Corps of Cadets remains a vital part of the university. It remains one of the top 10 agriculture schools in the US and is ranked first in Texas.  It is also one of only sixteen Land, Sea and Space Grant universities in the country.

Living near the Texas A&M Campus is often a goal for new and existing residents. Not only are you close to the heartbeat of the area (TAMU campus and Kyle Field), but many commercial, entertainment, and dining centers are located around the campus area. Visitors usually want to check out the Northgate district, a block of local bars and eateries, frequented by students and College Station residents alike.

Even though the university is a vital part of the community, there is much more to living in College Station.  Lots of great restaurants, tremendous parks and an easy-going feel make it easy to call home. And, not only is it in close proximity to numerous historic Texas landmarks (like Washington on the Brazos), the location in the heart of the Dallas-Houston-San Antonio triangle makes it an easy drive to these major Texas cities.

Schools in College Station

Besides hosting Texas A&M’s main campus, College Station is home to 3 high schools, middle schools and intermediate schools.

The College Station ISD supports nearly 15,000 students with a very high graduation rate (as of 2018 – 2019 CSISD has a graduation rate of 94%). Spread across 19 campuses the College Station ISD has a rating of A from Niche and an overall B from the Texas Tribune.

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College Station FAQs

Where is College Station located?

College Station is located in Brazos County which considered part of Central Texas. It is about 1:30 from Houston, 2:50 from San Antonio, and 1:50 from Austin, TX. College Station is the heart of the Brazos Valley, which is an area that surrounds the Brazos River and the Brazos Drainage Basin.

What are home prices like in College Station?

The prices of homes for sale in College Station are very diverse. Depending on your square footage, architectural style, interior upgrades, and neighborhood, you can find homes anywhere from the low 100s to well into the millions. Typically, homes priced on the lower end are going to be fixer uppers and relatively new townhomes. On the higher end, you’re looking at expensive single-family estates in prominent neighborhoods like The Traditions or Miramont, or large farm or ranch-style lots with custom builds.

What types of homes are available in College Station?

You can find any style of home in College Station.

  • Townhomes & Condos
  • Student-appropriate housing
  • Single-family homes
  • Multi-unit housing
  • Acreage home-sites
  • Luxury neighborhoods
  • Master-planned communities
  • Golf course homes
  • Large estates

What should I look for in a realtor?

If you want to work with a seasoned real estate agent in College Station, the team at has an unbeatable amount of experience in the area. In volume alone, Kendra and her team move more properties in the area than another independent agency. Our realtors live and work in College Station – some have gone to school at Texas A&M. Work with a team that are experienced in the area and know the ins and outs of buying and selling homes in the College Station area.

Where can I search College Station houses for sale?

The best place to search is right here at with the area’s #1 search website. Our real estate search allows you to look through all available homes for sale in College Station and you can sign up to receive updates when there are new properties, changes to listings, and more.

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