Located in Williamson County, Taylor has seen slow and steady growth, which is how they like it. Taylor’s population went from 13,575 at the 2000 census to 15,191 at the 2010 census and 16, 267 at the 2020 census. The residents are wanting to keep Taylor small and don’t want to see it explode like neighboring Hutto. But, as Samsung ramps up their manufacturing facility and invest $1.8 billion into the city, growth is going to find its way to Taylor. Production builders like DR Horton and Centex Homes are starting to snatch up land and develop large parcels in Taylor in preparation for the influx of jobs. Another group of Taylor residents are looking for affordability and a lower key way of life where they can be near a big city like Austin, but feel totally removed when they go home. If you’re looking for more genuine Texas living just 36 miles outside of Austin, Taylor Texas is a great place to start your search. Scroll Down to Read Our Taylor Neighborhood Guide.
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Taylor is served by the Taylor ISD, which is a small district with 7 schools.
Realtors Specializing in Taylor
Rebecca Jacks and Raymond Stoklosa are Realtors specializing in Taylor homes. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Taylor, Rebecca and Raymond know the area well and have the experience and tools necessary to make your next real estate transaction stress free. For more info about who we are and how we work, check out Buying a Home in Taylor and Selling a Home in Taylor.