Parkland, WA Real Estate
Parkland, Washington is located in Pierce County. Nearby cities and towns include Midland, Clover Creek, McChord AFB, Spanaway, Summit, Summit View, Lakewood, Frederickson, Waller, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Fircrest, University Place, South Hill, Puyallup, Elk Plain, Fife, Steilacoom, North Fort Lewis, North Puyallup, Fife Heights, Ketron Island, McMillin, Edgewood, Milton, South Creek, DuPont, Graham, Alderton, Sumner, Orting, Browns Point, Roy, Ruston, Fox Island, Wollochet, Dash Point, Lakeland South, Pacific, Federal Way, Anderson Island, Bonney Lake, Algona, Lake Tapps, Prairie Ridge, Nisqually Indian Community, North Yelm, Artondale, McKenna, Crocker, Gig Harbor, Kapowsin, Lakeland North, Auburn, Prairie Heights, Clear Lake, South Prairie, Yelm, Longbranch, Raft Island, Rosedale, Maplewood, Tanglewilde, Lake Holm, Canterwood, Lacey, Des Moines, Home, Wilkeson, Carbonado, Vashon, Purdy, Buckley, Kent, Key Center, Wauna, Eatonville, Herron Island, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Normandy Park, Rainier, Stansberry Lake, Burley, Enumclaw, Vaughn, SeaTac, Covington, East Hill-Meridian, Olympia, Black Diamond, Burien, Grapeview, La Grande, Maple Valley, Tukwila, and Shadow Lake. Parkland is a suburban community with a population of 36,851. The median household income is $43,223. In Parkland, 40% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 34% of the households. Half the population of Parkland commutes 21 minutes or less to work, with 65% of residents holding white collar jobs and 35% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Parkland, WA is 26 years, with 43% of those homes owned, 50% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 394 Parkland properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Parkland in the previous year was $149,236.