Medium-sized (three or four bedrooms) to big (four, five, or more bedroom) single-family homes and townhomes dominate the E Cypress St / N Reeder Ave real estate market. The majority of the residential real estate is occupied by the owners. Many of the homes in the E Cypress St / N Reeder Ave neighborhood were built between 1940 and 1969 and are older and well-established.
Regardless of how folks commute, the average commute time in this community is quite long. Long commutes are exhausting. They eat up your time, money, and energy, leaving you with less time and energy for yourself and your family. Unfortunately, inhabitants of the E Cypress St / N Reeder Ave neighborhood have the terrible distinction of having the longest commute of any community in America.
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