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Waco Real Estate Facts and Amenities

Waco today has 226 foreclosed properties. Foreclosure filings declined by 56% from 2012. Home sales are doing fairly well; they increased by 27% from 2012.

Waco is the capital of McLennan County. It's two top employers are the Providence Health Center and Baylor University. Its downtown area features such attractions as a boardwalk called the Riverwalk along the Brazos River and the Cameron Park Zoo.

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Waco Demographics and Housing Info

The last Census survey pointed that Waco has a population of 168,880 people. Dividing in a racial composition, this number comes into pieces of: 52.86% White, 16.97% black, 0.44% Indian, 18.85% Hispanic, 0.92% asian and 9.95% registered as "other race". Waco population has a median age of 17 years.

Nowadays, based on Census, you may find 3,513 households per zipcode. If you want to make deals in Waco, you may find homes with a median price of $23,556 The number of people per household registered was 1. According to the Census, the average household income is $12,656.

Waco's working area is composed by 3,359 business places. There are 62,457 employees working in Waco. Waco has an annual payroll of $107,664.