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Tyler is located in Smith, Texas, with an estimated municipal population of 106,985 residents. All of the best foreclosed homes for sale in Tyler are located in the following zip code areas on Foreclosure.com: 75709 75702 75703 75701 75710 75712 75713 75798 75799. The estimated population per square kilometer (.62 miles) in Tyler is 718.
So, about how much do homes cost in Tyler? The most recent median value of resident-owned homes in Tyler is 159,680. An estimated 52.9 percent of households in Tyler own their homes, with an average family size of 3.46. The median household income in Tyler is 52,932, with22 percentage of households earning at least $100,000 annually. For working parents and professionals who are searching for cheap homes in Tyler, the median commute time of resident workers (in minutes) is 20.9. And last, but certainly not least, are you looking for homes to rent in Tyler? If so, the average rent price paid by renters in Tyler is 923, according to recent statistics.
Where a home is located is almost just as important as the home itself. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or are relocating to Tyler, it is essential to take a deep dive into your potential future neighborhood. Homeownership is often a long-term relationship; therefore, be sure to do your due diligence to ensure that you make the best long-term decision.
The median age of residents in Tyler is 33.7, split between 47.5 percent male versus 52.5 female. The percentage of residents who report being married in Tyler is 44.2, with an average family size of 3.46.
The percentage of residents who report their race in Tyler is as follows:
|Black / African American||24.1%|
|American Indian / Alaskan Native||0.5%|
|Native Hawaiian / Other Pacifc Islander||0%|
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The percentage of residents who report their age in Tyler is as follows:
It was a rollercoaster ride for academics in 2020, with school districts throughout the nation transferring their classes online because of the global pandemic. Numerous school districts will continue online courses, while others will welcome students back to campus. Regardless, homebuyers are shopping for homes in Tyler with dedicated in-home learning spaces, as well as for homes located within the best school systems for in-person instruction in Tyler.
How do you know that living in -- or moving to -- Tyler is right where you need to be? Perhaps you grew up in Tyler or already live nearby; therefore, the decision to buy a home in Tyler is a no-brainer. For others, however, it may not be such a straightforward or simple decision. Whether you are relocating to Tyler for work or just looking for a fresh start, getting a read on a neighborhood from afar (online) can be tricky... and exhausting.
Here are some questions to ask yourself when shopping for foreclosed homes for sale in Tyler:
In short, it always helps to create a “Pros vs. Cons” list of what you need in a home and/or neighborhood like Tyler.
Prospective homebuyers are clearly taking advantage of the low interest rates and numerous government assistance programs. These low interest rates mean homebuyers in Tyler can now afford much more house for the same monthly payment (if interest rates were higher). Motivated and opportunistic sellers in Tyler, meanwhile, can field multiple offers from more qualified buyers.