Tyler County TX Land for Sale - Page 1 of 8

Texas Land Information
The value of land and rural property for sale in Texas's Tyler County recently on Land And Farm was $37 million. This represents 8,535 acres of land and rural property for sale in Tyler County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($295,204) of land and rural property for sale in Tyler County was 77 percent less than the state average for other Texas land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Tyler County is the 103rd largest county (925 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Land for sale in Tyler County represents less than one percent of farms, ranches and other land for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on overall acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Tyler County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Tyler County's overall GDP.



Texas Land Information
The value of land and rural property for sale in Texas's Tyler County recently on Land And Farm was $37 million. This represents 8,535 acres of land and rural property for sale in Tyler County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($295,204) of land and rural property for sale in Tyler County was 77 percent less than the state average for other Texas land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Tyler County is the 103rd largest county (925 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Land for sale in Tyler County represents less than one percent of farms, ranches and other land for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on overall acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Tyler County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Tyler County's overall GDP.