Midland, WA Real Estate
Midland, Washington is located in Pierce County. Nearby cities and towns include Summit, Parkland, Clover Creek, Waller, Summit View, McChord AFB, Fife, Spanaway, Tacoma, Lakewood, Puyallup, Frederickson, Fircrest, Fife Heights, North Puyallup, University Place, South Hill, Milton, Edgewood, Steilacoom, McMillin, Sumner, Alderton, Browns Point, Elk Plain, Fort Lewis, Lakeland South, North Fort Lewis, Dash Point, Pacific, Ruston, Federal Way, Ketron Island, Algona, Orting, Wollochet, Bonney Lake, Graham, Fox Island, DuPont, Lake Tapps, South Creek, Lakeland North, Prairie Ridge, Auburn, Anderson Island, Roy, Artondale, Gig Harbor, Prairie Heights, Crocker, South Prairie, Maplewood, Des Moines, Lake Holm, Rosedale, Raft Island, Kapowsin, Nisqually Indian Community, Canterwood, Vashon, North Yelm, Longbranch, Kent, McKenna, Wilkeson, Clear Lake, Purdy, Carbonado, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Normandy Park, Buckley, Home, Wauna, Yelm, Tanglewilde, Key Center, SeaTac, Covington, East Hill-Meridian, Burley, Enumclaw, Lacey, Stansberry Lake, Burien, Black Diamond, Herron Island, Vaughn, Tukwila, Maple Valley, Eatonville, Shadow Lake, Fairwood, Riverton, Grapeview, Renton, Rainier, White Center, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Bethel, Boulevard Park, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Southworth, Ravensdale, Olympia, and Allyn. Midland is a suburban community with a population of 9,241. The median household income is $44,347. In Midland, 38% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 38% of the households. Half the population of Midland commutes 21 minutes or less to work, with 57% of residents holding white collar jobs and 43% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Midland, WA is 19 years, with 48% of those homes owned, 45% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 120 Midland properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Midland in the previous year was $143,621.