Aurora, IL Real Estate
Aurora, Illinois is located in Kane County. Nearby cities and towns include North Aurora, Batavia, Montgomery, Prestbury, Boulder Hill, Sugar Grove, Geneva, Oswego, Warrenville, Naperville, West Chicago, St. Charles, Elburn, Big Rock, Kaneville, Winfield, Yorkville, Wayne, Campton Hills, Lisle, Wheaton, Plainfield, Plano, Bolingbrook, Carol Stream, Lily Lake, South Elgin, Glen Ellyn, Woodridge, Bartlett, Glendale Heights, Virgil, Romeoville, Downers Grove, Hinckley, Hanover Park, Bloomingdale, Maple Park, Millbrook, Lombard, Crystal Lawns, Elgin, Plattville, Sandwich, Darien, Streamwood, Westmont, Roselle, Crest Hill, Addison, Clarendon Hills, Oakbrook Terrace, Villa Park, Lemont, Shorewood, Oak Brook, Willowbrook, Cortland, Hinsdale, Lockport, Somonauk, Itasca, Fairmont, Schaumburg, Burr Ridge, Elmhurst, Millington, Sleepy Hollow, Lake Holiday, Pingree Grove, Burlington, Joliet, East Dundee, Newark, Wood Dale, West Dundee, Western Springs, Indian Head Park, Rockdale, Lisbon, Berkeley, Elk Grove Village, Gilberts, Hillside, Westchester, Hoffman Estates, South Barrington, Waterman, Bensenville, Willow Springs, Homer Glen, Countryside, Carpentersville, La Grange, Minooka, Sycamore, Northlake, La Grange Park, Ingalls Park, DeKalb, Hodgkins, Preston Heights, Bellwood, Stone Park, Hampshire, Broadview, Brookfield, and McCook. Aurora is an urban community with a population of 202,864. The median household income is $61,942. In Aurora, 49% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 47% of the households. Half the population of Aurora 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 Aurora, IL is 26 years, with 63% of those homes owned, 29% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 2428 Aurora properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Aurora in the previous year was $142,711.