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Killeen & Fort Hood Real Estate

Killeen is known for the Fort Hood military base. The base includes the 1st Cavalry Museum, featuring an outdoor exhibition of historic military vehicles. On the Central Texas College campus, the Mayborn Science Theater hosts planetarium shows. East of the city, Temple Lake Park has picnic areas, a beach and bass-filled waters.


Killeen is home to Fort Hood and we proudly support and recognize our men and women in uniform. Fort Hood was originally established as Camp Hood in 1942. On April 13, 1950, the announcement came from Washington, D.C., that the Army General Staff had approved making Camp Hood a permanent installation and changing its name to Fort Hood. The change was made effective on April 15, 1950 and to this day Killeen residents couldn’t be prouder to host “The Great Place.”


What about cost of living in Killeen TX? The median income in Killeen TX is $47,763 and the median home value is $117,700, which should give you a pretty good idea of its affordability.


Central Texas College was established in 1965 to serve Bell, Burnet, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Llano, Mason, Mills and San Saba counties in addition to Fort Hood. CTC offers more than 40 associate degrees and certificates of completion.


Texas A&M University-Central Texas was established in September 1, 1999 as Tarleton State University-Central Texas. The university currently offers bachelors and master’s degrees.