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Moving to Killeen, TX

Located in Central Texas, Killeen is a hidden gem that attracts people from all walks of life. The city's military presence is a large part of its identity; it's adjacent to Fort Hood, so a lot of active military families live in the area and some retired military personnel decide to settle down there.

Killeen has hot summers and mild winters, allowing residents to enjoy a wide range of outdoor recreational activities year round. The area receives only about an inch of snow annually.

Read on to learn more about living in Killeen, TX.

Cost of Living in Killeen

Killeen's cost of living is 8% lower than the national average, so residents can stretch their budgets a bit further than they can in many other Texas cities. The median home sale price in Killeen is about $231,500, while the average rent is approximately $998 a month.

Storage units in Killeen, TX, are available in a wide range of sizes. Whether you're looking to store a few boxes or something bigger like boat storage, there are available units that fit your needs. If you're not sure what size storage unit you need, be sure to check out our size guide.

If you need to store sensitive items, such as paper documents or artwork, consider renting a climate controlled storage unit, which will allow you to regulate the humidity. Another factor to consider is how often you'll need to access your unit. If you plan to access it frequently, or outside of normal business hours, consider a facility that offers 24 hour access.

Fort Hood and the Killeen Economy

Located next to the third-largest U.S. military base, the Fort Hood Army Post, Killen's economy is heavily influenced by the Army. The U.S. Army and military contractors are by far the biggest employers in the area. Many large defense contractors have a presence in Killeen, including:

  • Leidos
  • Northrop Grumman
  • BAE Systems USA

Education is also a big economic contributor in Killeen; both Texas A&M University Central Texas and Central Texas College are responsible for a significant number of jobs.

Higher Education in Killeen

If you want to advance your education, Killeen is home to multiple highly rated universities and colleges, most notably Texas A&M University Central Texas and Central Texas College.

Texas A&M University Central Texas is part of the Texas A&M University system and offers both bachelor's and master's degree programs. People living in or around Fort Hood in the Texas counties of Bell, Burnet, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Llano, Mason, Mills and San Saba can attend Central Texas College, which features more than 40 associate's and certificate programs.

Trendy Neighborhoods and Suburbs in Killeen, TX

Since figuring out where in a new city to call home can be challenging, we have put together a list of some of the most desirable places to live in Killeen.

Yowell Ranch

In terms of housing, this neighborhood is made up primarily of single-family homes ranging from three to five bedrooms and small apartment buildings. The area has a mix of property owners and renters. Most of the homes in Yowell Ranch were constructed after the year 2000.

White Rock Estates

White Rock Estates is a large community located in southeast Killeen, close to Harker Heights. The area is easily accessible from Rosewood and Stagecoach Roads.

Residents can choose from a diverse range of housing options, from older homes to updated renovations to brand new homes. Some residents even choose to do their own custom build.

Deerwood Estates

Located on the outskirts of Killeen and bordering Harker Heights, the exclusive neighborhood of Deerwood Estates is a very desirable place to live.The houses are spacious and have large yards, and both the local YMCA and Purser Family Park are within walking distance.

Killeen Suburbs

If you are looking for a home outside the Killeen city limits, consider moving to nearby Belton, Harker Heights or Copperas Cove. Regardless of where you choose to settle down, make the relocation process easier by keeping your extra belongings in a Killeen storage unit.

Frequently asked questions

Organizing items based on how frequently they will be accessed can be beneficial. Keep items you might require soon towards the front of the unit for easy access.

Yes, prices for renting storage units definitely vary by size. The larger the storage unit, the more it will typically cost.

The smallest storage unit size typically measures 5 feet in width and 5 feet in length.

Based on recent data, the average monthly price for a self-storage unit in Killeen is around $69.63. Be aware that prices might differ based on unit specifications and location within the city.

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Best Priced Storage Units in Killeen, TX

A storage unit's price is based on several factors, including the facility's amenities (such as 24/7 access, free use of truck), the storage unit's amenities (such as climate control, electrical outlet), facility location, unit location (a ground floor unit will be more expensive), and overall demand in your area.

When looking at pricing for storage units in Killeen, it's important to think about rental rates in terms of price for value. Sometimes, the cheapest storage unit doesn't always mean it's the best unit for YOUR needs.