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Bulldog Storage

11585 64 E Tyler, TX 75707 Tyler TX 75707 | 5.30 miles away
1 reviews

Indian Creek Self Storage

13816 Valley View Drive Tyler, TX 75709 Tyler TX 75709 | 6.50 miles away
19 reviews

Landmark Storage

17439 State Highway 155 S Flint, TX 75762 Flint TX 75762 | 10.60 miles away
1 reviews

Healey Storage

12979 County Road 42 Tyler, TX 75704 Tyler TX 75704 | 11.90 miles away
16 reviews

Mission Storage

16074 Fm-16 W Lindale, TX 75771 Lindale TX 75771 | 13.60 miles away

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Finding Self Storage in Tyler, TX: Everything You Need To Know

If you're searching for self storage in Tyler, there are a few things you should keep in mind. The pricing and availability of storage units in Tyler will depend on several factors such as the real estate climate, the number of people moving into or throughout the area, housing conditions in the city, and the general wealth and prosperity of the area. Using US Census data, we've pieced together a better picture of those factors as they relate to self storage in Tyler.

Moving and Storage in Tyler, TX

Many people use storage as part of their move, so if there are many people moving to Tyler, you might expect storage prices to be higher and unit availability to be lower. Population changes over time are one way of gauging the amount of moving activity in Tyler. From 2010 to 2014, the Tyler metro area population grew from 97,291 to 101,421, a growth rate of 4.24% according to the US Census.

The Real Estate Climate and Self Storage in Tyler, TX

Housing occupancy and vacancy rates in Tyler can help us get a better idea of how much demand there is for living and storage space in Tyler and thus the kind of storage prices and availability we should expect to find. If there's low vacancy rates in Tyler housing, there's likely low vacancy at Tyler storage facilities. This would allow storage facilities in Tyler to charge higher prices for their units. According to US Census estimates, 90.8% of housing units in Tyler are occupied, while the vacancy rate is at 9.2%. That's a lower vacancy rate than the average for cities in the United States, and suggests that storage facility vacancy in Tyler may also be lower. Low vacancy allows storage facilities to charge higher rent, so a cheap storage unit could be trickier to find in Tyler than in other cities.