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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of a 1 bedroom apartment in Tyler, TX?

The price range of a 1 bedroom apartment is between $768 and $2,071. Search 1 bedroom apartments in Tyler, TX.

How many 1 bedroom apartments for rent are available in Tyler, TX on RENTCafé?

There are 25 1 bedroom rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Tyler, TX were last updated on 21 Jun 2021.

What is the average size of a 1 bedroom apartment in Tyler, TX?

The average Tyler, TX 1 bedroom apartment size is 736 sq. ft.

What are the advantages of renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Tyler, TX?

Renting a 1 bedroom apartment comes with more living and storage space compared to a studio apartment.

What are the downsides of renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Tyler, TX?

1 bedroom apartments are usually more expensive than studio apartments in terms of rent and utility costs. You might be interested in studio apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Tyler, TX.

Renter's Guide to Tyler

Welcome to the Rose Capital of the World!

Tyler, Texas is probably best known for its abundance of rose gardens, but there’s so much more to the city than that. With its laid back vibe and conservative values, it's a great place for both families and retirees. Let's see what Tyler has to offer.

With a size of 54 square miles, Tyler is roughly 8 times smaller than Dallas and more than 10 times smaller than Houston.

Speaking of, Tyler is just 97 miles from Dallas, 132 miles from Fort Worth, and 198 miles from Houston.

Like most of the American South and the rest of East Texas, Tyler features a humid subtropical climate, highlighted by hot, humid summers and mild winters.

The average high during the summer is about 94 degrees, while the average winter low is 37ºF. Tyler also receives more rain than the average US city.

Tyler, TX Demographics

  • Total Population104,789
  • Female 49,819
    Male 54,970
  • Median Age33.7

Cost of Living in Tyler, TX

You can grab a bite with a friend at one of the local mid-level restaurants in Tyler for around $42. If you're feeling thirsty, add a domestic beer for just $3.

Monthly utilities for a 915sqft apartment average around $159 a month. That covers your water, electricity, garbage, and heating costs.

Riding the bus is always an option for saving money. Fares are just $1 per ride on the Tyler Transit bus system.

Living in Tyler

Tyler has the atmosphere of a small and fairly conservative town. In fact, it was a “dry” town until just a few years ago – meaning you couldn't buy alcohol at liquor stores, only bars and restaurants.

That small town feel is basically the biggest pro and the biggest con to living in Tyler.

Are you trying to raise a family in a safe place with a real sense of community? Tyler's great for that. The city's also got a reputation as a top location for retirees.

But if you're young and single and looking for fun nightlife and a big dating scene, Tyler may not be your best bet.

Things to do in Tyler

Just because Tyler isn't the biggest city doesn't mean there's nothing to do. Kids will love the Caldwell Zoo and Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge, where you can find hundreds of different animals just hanging out.

Or the adults can sneak off to Kiepersol Estates Vineyards and Winery to taste a little wine and enjoy some great food.

Nature lovers can spend their time strolling through Tyler State Park, Tyler Rose Garden, or Rose Rudman Recreational Trail, taking in all the sights and sounds and smells. The Children's Park is another great place for the little ones.

Or just do some shopping at Broadway Square Mall while you beat the heat on a hot day.

For something a little more cultural and educational, there's a cool planetarium and other exhibits at the Center for Earth & Space Science Education. You can also watch the East Texas Symphony Orchestra perform or see a play at the Tyler Civic Theatre Center. The Tyler Museum of Art has two great galleries to check out too.

If you're around in late September, make sure to check out the East Texas State Fair that's hosted right in Tyler.

Employment and Economy in Tyler, TX

Tyler is a great place for the healthcare, education, and manufacturing industries.

It can also be a good city to feed your entrepreneurial spirit. The county has over 23,000 businesses with less than 10 employees, meaning there are tons and tons of thriving small businesses around.

Tyler, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households36,778
  • Family 23,125
    Non-family 13,653
  • Children 11,176
    No Children 25,602
  • Average People Per Household2.72
  • Median Household Income$52,932
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$923

Top Colleges in Tyler, TX

Going to school in Tyler?

You've got a few options. One is the University of Texas at Tyler, including a health science center that serves as both a medical research facility and a hospital.

Other options are Tyler Junior College, a two-year community college, and Texas College, a historically black four-year school.

Tyler, TX Education Statistics

  • No High School6%
  • Some High School29%
  • Some College30%
  • Associate Degree10%
  • Bachelor Degree17%
  • Graduate Degree8%

Tips for Renting in Tyler

You might be ready to move to Tyler already, but you're going to need a place to stay of course. So let's go over some of the rights renters enjoy in Tyler to make sure you're fully informed.

First of all, landlords in Texas are required to give you a list of the criteria they use to determine if you're an eligible tenant or not. This will save you money in application fees, since you'll be able to avoid places that are less likely to approve you.

Many landlords will ask for an application deposit to hold the property while you're waiting for your application to be approved or denied. If your application is approved and you back out, the landlord is legally entitled to keep the deposit. But if you're denied, they have to return it.

Renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Tyler, TX

With a monthly rent as low as $759 and up to $2,075, 18 one bedroom apartments are available to rent in Tyler, TX. The average size for this type of apartment is 939 Sq.Ft., which is perfect for both singles and couples. For maximum efficiency in finding your future home, you should decide on the must-haves. Are you looking for an apartment in need of some TLC or are you interested in a one bedroom furnished apartment ready to move in? Do you want to go for a luxury extra large studio or do you prefer cheap one bedroom apartments? Regardless of your answer, we have you covered. Feel free to use our filters, sorting, saved searches and all the options created to help you manage your search and find your next apartment as soon as possible.

3-in-1 one bedroom apartment: cheap, practical, enjoyable

Since you’re here, chances are you are interested in single bedroom apartments for rent that won’t leave you broke. If you were to describe your definition of a great deal, we assume you’d summarize it as such: spend as little money as possible and get the most apartment out of it. We’re with you on this one! Affordable 1 bedroom apartments are not out of your reach: the lowest asking rent for such an apartment in Tyler, TX is $759. Yup, you’ve read that right. One bedroom apartments overtake studios in terms of square footage and they offer just enough space to fulfill your earnest need for privacy, for just a few extra dollars per month. If you prefer something smaller, one bedroom efficiency apartments are even cheaper and equally convenient. It is important that you find pleasure in your living space, so don’t focus just on the price, rather pick the apartment that measures up to your expectations and satisfies your aesthetic taste.

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