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Welcome to Tyler, TX

Tyler, Texas, a small city located midway between Dallas, Texas and Shreveport, Louisiana provides a haven for families looking for traditional old fashioned values. Rapidly growing due to three principal reasons, Tyler is she East Texas Region's medical center, retail center, and educational center. Residents from all of East Texas travel to Tyler instead of Dallas for sophisticated medical treatment from one of the three major hospitals, for big city shopping, and for college classes at three colleges and universities. The city's airport is serviced by American Airlines and Continental Airlines regional carriers making travel from Tyler convenient. Culture is pursued vigorously through the Tyler Museum of Art, the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, the University of Texas at Tyler's Cowan Performing Arts Center, the Discovery Science Place, and Tyler Civic Theater. Tyler's Caldwell Zoo, small but wonderful, is the recipient of many awards for depicting natural habitats. The most famous Tyler landmark is the Tyler Rose Garden which showcases fourteen acres of over four hundred rose varieties. The Rose Garden and the Tyler Rose Museum, featuring a spectacular display of memorabilia related to Tyler's rose growing industry and the Texas Rose Festival held every October, lend credence to Tyler's claim as the "Rose Capital of the World.”
The city of Tyler's population is only 95,000, but it is the seat of a burgeoning metropolitan center of over 200,000 residents. Named after President John Tyler, Tyler was incorporated in 1848, so it is a relatively young city. Tyler's lifestyle is considered to be slower, more "laid back" than big city life, and the focus is on the family. Children's sports activities are actively promoted by the city's youth sports programs. Beauty is also an emphasis through the Rose Festival, the spring Azalea Trails Festival, and through landscaping seen on major thoroughfares.

Housing ranges from quaint lofts in the downtown center, to waterfront living on the area's three large lakes, Lake Tyler, Lake Tyler East, and Lake Palestine, to golf course lifestyle living in Hollytree, the Cascades, Emerald Bay, Eagle's Bluff, and Hideaway Lake subdivisions. The charming "Azalea District" developed during the East Texas oil boom of the 1930's, showcases cottage architecture and Georgian style mansions next door to one another. Diversity is key in Tyler's housing.

Tyler Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 37 homes for sale in Tyler, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
3% Single Family and 97% Other.

3% Single Family
97% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 37
Average Home Size 65 ft² / 6 m²
Price Range ($109,900 - $899,500)

Weather in Tyler

The average high temperatures in Tyler range from 56 in January to 94 in July

Average home income in Tyler

The average household income of a Tyler resident is $70,353 with an average home value of $129,706

Population of Tyler

Tyler has 149,519 residents.

Home ownership in Tyler

The average level of home ownership in Tyler is 59%.

Education breakdown of Tyler

Education levels of residents of Tyler include: highschool 23%, associate 10%, bachelor 19%, graduate 9%.

Households in Tyler

Tyler has 56,633 homes, built on average 39 years ago.

Information from in and around Tyler...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 37 homes for sale in Tyler. These homes are comprised of Single Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 297,529. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Tyler please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 37 homes for sale in Tyler, TX are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Tyler area. Member brokerages representing the 37 homes include Cornerstone Brokerage and Ebby Halliday Realtors.