Bell County Redeemable Deed Sale Information

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Bell County Information

The Bell County tax sale information can be found using the links and resources below.

County Address:

PO Box 669
550 East 2nd Avenue

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County Treasurer:

Shay Luedeke

Controlling Entity:

Tax Collector

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PO Box 669

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Records Entity:

County Clerk

Records Address:

PO Box 480

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Bell County Summary

Bell County, Texas is located in Central Texas and is part of the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county has a population of 354,092, with a median age of 32.2 years. The median household income is $55,836, and the median home value is $151,500, both of which are slightly below the national averages.

The economy of Bell County is largely driven by the military and defense industry, which employs over 30,000 people in the area. The county is home to Fort Hood, the largest active duty military installation in the United States. Other major employers in Bell County include Scott & White Healthcare, Killeen Independent School District, and Metroplex Health System.

The demographics of Bell County are diverse, with the majority of the population being white (64.7%) followed by Hispanic (25.6%), African American (6.2%), and Asian (2.1%). The population is also relatively young, with over a quarter (27.2%) of the population being under the age of 18.

Education in Bell County is provided by the Killeen Independent School District, which serves over 40,000 students. The district has a graduation rate of 86.2%, which is slightly above the national average of 84.6%. In addition, the district has a college readiness score of 20.1%, which is also slightly above the national average of 19.9%.

Real estate in Bell County is relatively affordable, with the median home value being $151,500, which is slightly below the national average of $184,700. The median rent is $1,169, which is also slightly below the national average of $1,470. The housing market in Bell County is stable, with the median days on market being only 48 days.

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