The crime rate in Tyler is relatively low. There are quite a few popular neighborhoods in the area, including the Historic Districts and Copeland. Anyone who is interested in a true urban experience may appreciate the tight knit community in Copeland. It is the perfect place for raising a family, but is equally ideal for those who prefer to live alone. Many homes in The Cascades neighborhood are situated right next to a large golf course with the perfect view of the rolling hills. With a total of 20 schools in the area, students have a great opportunity to learn in an environment where they feel comfortable. Along with more than a dozen schools, there are five libraries in Tyler.

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Located roughly four hours away from the capital of Texas, Tyler is a slightly smaller town with less than 97,000 residents in the area. If spacious single-family homes are what you are looking for, it may not take long to find the perfect match. It is not uncommon to find large one and two story homes with lavish lawns and paved driveways. These properties are less expensive than the state average and are often conveniently located next to assorted amenities.

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