Auburn, WA Real Estate
Auburn, Washington is located in King County. Nearby cities and towns include Algona, Pacific, Lake Holm, Lakeland South, Lakeland North, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Lake Tapps, Kent, Federal Way, Sumner, Edgewood, Milton, Covington, Fife Heights, East Hill-Meridian, North Puyallup, Des Moines, Fife, Black Diamond, Bonney Lake, Maple Valley, Alderton, Shadow Lake, Puyallup, Dash Point, Waller, Fairwood, SeaTac, Browns Point, Normandy Park, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Prairie Ridge, Prairie Heights, Summit, Ravensdale, Renton, Tacoma, Tukwila, McMillin, Hobart, Enumclaw, South Prairie, Burien, East Renton Highlands, Midland, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, South Hill, Buckley, Summit View, Clover Creek, Riverton, Ruston, Orting, Vashon, Mirrormont, Boulevard Park, Fircrest, Parkland, White Center, Crocker, Newcastle, Wilkeson, Frederickson, University Place, Carbonado, Wollochet, Maplewood, Spanaway, McChord AFB, Lakewood, Mercer Island, Gig Harbor, Issaquah, Graham, Eastgate, Canterwood, Beaux Arts Village, Elk Plain, Purdy, Bellevue, Fox Island, Artondale, Rosedale, Steilacoom, Klahanie, Southworth, Burley, Raft Island, Seattle, Fort Lewis, North Fort Lewis, Medina, Wauna, Ketron Island, Sammamish, Clyde Hill, South Creek, Bethel, Kapowsin, Wilderness Rim, Fall City, Snoqualmie, Hunts Point, Manchester, Yarrow Point, Parkwood, North Bend, Stansberry Lake, East Port Orchard, Riverbend, and DuPont. Auburn is an urban community with a population of 72,459. The median household income is $57,549. In Auburn, 46% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 37% of the households. Half the population of Auburn commutes 23 minutes or less to work, with 64% of residents holding white collar jobs and 36% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Auburn, WA is 22 years, with 54% of those homes owned, 38% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 918 Auburn properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Auburn in the previous year was $205,683.