Puyallup, WA Real Estate
Puyallup, Washington is located in Pierce County. Nearby cities and towns include North Puyallup, Alderton, Summit, Edgewood, Sumner, South Hill, Summit View, Waller, McMillin, Fife, Clover Creek, Milton, Bonney Lake, Midland, Fife Heights, Pacific, Lake Tapps, Lakeland South, Orting, Frederickson, Algona, Parkland, Prairie Ridge, Spanaway, Tacoma, Prairie Heights, Federal Way, Auburn, Graham, South Prairie, Elk Plain, McChord AFB, Crocker, Dash Point, Lakeland North, Browns Point, Fircrest, Lake Holm, Lakewood, University Place, Wilkeson, Buckley, Carbonado, Ruston, South Creek, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Fort Lewis, Steilacoom, Enumclaw, Kapowsin, Des Moines, Kent, North Fort Lewis, Wollochet, Covington, Black Diamond, Ketron Island, Fox Island, East Hill-Meridian, Clear Lake, Roy, Maple Valley, DuPont, Normandy Park, Gig Harbor, Vashon, SeaTac, Shadow Lake, Artondale, Maplewood, Ravensdale, Anderson Island, Fairwood, Rosedale, Canterwood, Burien, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Tukwila, Raft Island, McKenna, North Yelm, Renton, Purdy, Hobart, Nisqually Indian Community, Eatonville, Riverton, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, East Renton Highlands, Wauna, Longbranch, White Center, Yelm, Boulevard Park, Burley, Home, Mirrormont, Key Center, Stansberry Lake, Tanglewilde, and La Grande. Puyallup is a suburban community with a population of 38,151. The median household income is $59,127. In Puyallup, 50% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 35% of the households. Half the population of Puyallup commutes 22 minutes or less to work, with 69% of residents holding white collar jobs and 31% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Puyallup, WA is 24 years, with 51% of those homes owned, 42% rented, and 8% not occupied. In the previous year, 522 Puyallup properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Puyallup in the previous year was $208,281.