Rent in Seagoville is more affordable than that found in the Dallas metro area. One-bedroom apartments for rent start at a modest price, while larger apartments for rent can go for far higher, depending on how many rooms you want, as well as other amenities the apartment complex has to offer. Some come with nice extras like private balconies, community swimming pools and other niceties. To nab yourself one of these great apartments, make sure you bring copies of your ID, rental history, references, proof of income and a recent credit report.
House rentals in the area vary in price, depending largely on how convenient the property is and how many features it offers. Some house rentals in Seagoville are quite pricey. However, Seagoville is affordable enough that many of Dallas' workers choose to live in Seagoville and make the commute to work to save on rent costs. Other job opportunities are available in nearby Mesquite, as well as the other suburbs of Dallas proper.
Seagoville is divided into two main sections, separated by U.S. Route 175.
City Center: To the south is the quieter City Center, which contains many single-family homes built between 1970 and 1999.
Lawson: To the north is Lawson, where rental prices are slightly higher on average. The Lawson area includes Lawson Lake, East Fork Trinity River, and many single-family, three- to four-bedroom homes.
Seagoville is just 10 minutes from downtown Mesquite, a larger community where more jobs, shopping, dining and other opportunities are available.
Seagoville has a lot of community pride, and offers some fun events for residents to participate in. The largest park in the area is Bruce Central Park, which features the annual celebration of SeagoFest and Patriotic Festival. SeagoFest includes a carnival, music shows, car show, arts and crafts and food.
Seagoville's weather resembles that of the Gulf Coast more than the desert lands of west Texas. July high temperatures hover near a hot and sticky 100 degrees, while January lows generally stay above freezing. The area gets a generous amount of rain, almost 40 inches per year, yet very little snow. The average year brings just one and a half inches of snow to Seagoville. Sunny days far outnumber cloudy ones, as Seagoville gets 230 days of sunshine each year compared to only 71 rainy ones. Most of the places to rent in Seagoville are well equipped with air conditioners to cool you off in the blazing summer heat.