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New Deal, TX Real Estate

New Deal, Texas is located in Lubbock County. Nearby cities and towns include Abernathy, Shallowater, Idalou, Lubbock, Buffalo Springs, Ransom Canyon, Petersburg, Wolfforth, Lorenzo, Anton, Smyer, Slaton, Spade, and Hale Center. New Deal is a rural community with a population of 828. The median household income is $46,323. In New Deal, 44% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 32% of the households. Half the population of New Deal commutes 20 minutes or less to work, with 56% of residents holding white collar jobs and 44% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in New Deal, TX is 24 years, with 62% of those homes owned, 24% rented, and 14% not occupied. In the previous year, 2 New Deal properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in New Deal in the previous year was $64,776.

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New Deal, TX Local Market & Demographic Data

Married vs. single

New Deal, TX
  • 56% Single
  • 44% Married
  • 51% Single
  • 49% Married

Male VS. Female

New Deal, TX
  • 47% Female
  • 53% Male
  • 50% Female
  • 50% Male

Average Age of Citizens in New Deal, TX

  • 38
  • 36
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Average Age of Homes in New Deal, TX

  • 24
  • 23
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Vacant Homes in New Deal, TX

  • 14%
  • 9%
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Average INCOME of Citizens

  • $62,659
  • $69,744
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Owned Homes vs. Rented Homes

New Deal, TX
  • 62% Owned
  • 24% Rented
  • 57% Owned
  • 34% Rented