St. John, IN Real Estate
St. John, Indiana is located in Lake County. Nearby cities and towns include Schererville, Willowbrook, Dyer, Cedar Lake, Sauk Village, Griffith, Lynwood, Crown Point, Highland, Munster, Ford Heights, Steger, Merrillville, Lake Dalecarlia, Crete, South Chicago Heights, Lansing, Chicago Heights, Glenwood, Beecher, Lowell, Winfield, Hobart, Park Forest, Thornton, Gary, Hammond, Calumet City, Olympia Fields, Homewood, South Holland, Flossmoor, East Hazel Crest, New Chicago, Lakes of the Four Seasons, University Park, Burnham, East Chicago, Richton Park, Phoenix, Dolton, Hazel Crest, Lake Station, Harvey, Matteson, Monee, Country Club Hills, Markham, Whiting, Hebron, Wheeler, Grant Park, Riverdale, Dixmoor, Shorewood Forest, Posen, Schneider, Salt Creek Commons, Portage, Calumet Park, Frankfort Square, Midlothian, Oak Forest, Blue Island, Aberdeen, Robbins, Peotone, Shelby, South Haven, Ogden Dunes, Frankfort, Crestwood, Tinley Park, Merrionette Park, Alsip, Burns Harbor, Mokena, Orland Hills, Lake Village, Valparaiso, Momence, De Motte, Roselawn, Evergreen Park, Palos Heights, Manteno, Worth, Oak Lawn, Dune Acres, Porter, Chesterton, Chicago Ridge, Hometown, Kouts, and Orland Park. St. John is a suburban community with a population of 14,913. The median household income is $84,319. In St. John, 64% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 42% of the households. Half the population of St. John commutes 29 minutes or less to work, with 62% of residents holding white collar jobs and 38% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in St. John, IN is 20 years, with 91% of those homes owned, 8% rented, and 1% not occupied. In the previous year, 223 St. John properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in St. John in the previous year was $259,980.