Thanks to the wealth of trees shading the streets in Tyner, you'll find going for a walk in the summer is every bit as refreshing as you could hope.
Chances are, most of the residents you meet in Tyner have tied the knot and have either started a family or are planning to do so very soon.
In Tyner, home prices depreciated prominently by a 10.9 percent year-over-year, providing future buyers with lower budgets a better range of options. The average listing price last year was $156,000. Meanwhile, the number of homes for sale in this area declined a steep 50 percent. The total number of listings on the market this year is a mere 1 from 2 in last year, considerably reducing the scope of options for buyers in this area's housing market.