Scranton, PA Real Estate
Scranton, Pennsylvania is located in Lackawanna County. Nearby cities and towns include Taylor, Dunmore, Moosic, Throop, Old Forge, Dickson City, Chinchilla, Olyphant, Avoca, Clarks Summit, Blakely, Duryea, Clarks Green, Dupont, Jessup, Hughestown, Moscow, Pittston, Glenburn, Mount Cobb, Browntown, West Pittston, Waverly, Yatesville, Archbald, Exeter, Upper Exeter, Dalton, Laflin, Jermyn, West Falls, Inkerman, Wyoming, West Wyoming, Mayfield, Hilldale, Lake Winola, Hudson, Factoryville, Eagle Lake, Plains, Forty Fort, Swoyersville, Big Bass Lake, Carbondale, Luzerne, Kingston, Pringle, Trucksville, Courtdale, Wilkes-Barre, Shavertown, Bear Creek Village, Laurel Run, Edwardsville, Gouldsboro, Pocono Springs, Simpson, Georgetown, Nicholson, The Hideout, Dallas, Larksville, Tunkhannock, Chase, Ashley, Waymart, Vandling, Plymouth, Harveys Lake, Forest City, Sugar Notch, Wallenpaupack Lake Estates, Noxen, Penn Lake Park, Warrior Run, Hop Bottom, Prompton, West Nanticoke, Mountain Top, Nanticoke, Pocono Pines, Silkworth, Sheatown, Nuangola, Union Dale, Pikes Creek, East Side, Bethany, Meshoppen, Honesdale, and White Haven. Scranton is an urban community with a population of 76,831. The median household income is $35,972. In Scranton, 40% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 26% of the households. Half the population of Scranton commutes 14 minutes or less to work, with 63% of residents holding white collar jobs and 37% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Scranton, PA is 68 years, with 46% of those homes owned, 44% rented, and 10% not occupied. In the previous year, 355 Scranton properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Scranton in the previous year was $89,906.