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Mill Creek, IL Real Estate

Mill Creek, Illinois is located in Union County. Nearby cities and towns include Dongola, Ullin, Tamms, Jonesboro, Anna, Pulaski, McClure, Olive Branch, Cypress, East Cape Girardeau, Cobden, Thebes, New Grand Chain, Olmsted, Karnak, Mounds, Alto Pass, Commerce, Cape Girardeau, Belknap, Scott City, Buncombe, Mound City, Kelso, Makanda, Vienna, Goreville, Bandana, Jackson, Dutchtown, Barlow, Gordonville, Cairo, Lambert, Benton, Pocahontas, La Center, Joppa, and Grand Tower. Mill Creek is a rural community with a population of 67. The median household income is $27,499. In Mill Creek, 63% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 24% of the households. Half the population of Mill Creek commutes 29 minutes or less to work, with 40% of residents holding white collar jobs and 60% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Mill Creek, IL is 32 years, with 85% of those homes owned, 12% rented, and 4% not occupied.

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Mill Creek, IL Local Market & Demographic Data

Married vs. single

Mill Creek, IL
  • 37% Single
  • 63% Married
  • 51% Single
  • 49% Married

Male VS. Female

Mill Creek, IL
  • 46% Female
  • 54% Male
  • 51% Female
  • 49% Male

Average Age of Citizens in Mill Creek, IL

  • 41
  • 38
  • Mill Creek, IL
  • Illinois

Average Age of Homes in Mill Creek, IL

  • 32
  • 38
  • Mill Creek, IL
  • Illinois

Vacant Homes in Mill Creek, IL

  • 4%
  • 8%
  • Mill Creek, IL
  • Illinois

Average INCOME of Citizens

  • $31,827
  • $77,034
  • Mill Creek, IL
  • Illinois

Owned Homes vs. Rented Homes

Mill Creek, IL
  • 85% Owned
  • 12% Rented
  • 60% Owned
  • 32% Rented