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Zion, IL Real Estate

Zion, Illinois is located in Lake County. Nearby cities and towns include Winthrop Harbor, Beach Park, Wadsworth, Pleasant Prairie, Waukegan, Old Mill Creek, Gurnee, Park City, Grandwood Park, Kenosha, Lindenhurst, North Chicago, Gages Lake, Third Lake, Venetian Village, Antioch, Lake Shangrila, Green Oaks, Bristol, Knollwood, Lake Bluff, Lake Villa, Grayslake, Round Lake Beach, Libertyville, Hainesville, Round Lake Heights, Lake Catherine, Fox Lake Hills, Round Lake Park, Paddock Lake, Channel Lake, Long Lake, Mettawa, Lake Forest, Round Lake, Mundelein, Camp Lake, Elmwood Park, Vernon Hills, Sturtevant, Fox Lake, Silver Lake, Indian Creek, Wilmot, Mount Pleasant, Highwood, Volo, Bannockburn, Racine, Lincolnshire, Union Grove, Pistakee Highlands, Hawthorn Woods, Highland Park, Wauconda, Spring Grove, Lily Lake, Lakemoor, Long Grove, Riverwoods, Forest Lake, Deerfield, Twin Lakes, Buffalo Grove, Johnsburg, North Bay, Kildeer, Island Lake, Eagle Lake, Lake Zurich, Tower Lakes, Holiday Hills, Wind Point, North Barrington, Glencoe, Port Barrington, Wheeling, Northbrook, Richmond, Caledonia, Ringwood, Deer Park, Lake Barrington, McCullom Lake, Powers Lake, Genoa City, McHenry, Northfield, Oakwood Hills, Prairie Grove, and Prospect Heights. Zion is a suburban community with a population of 24,591. The median household income is $50,977. In Zion, 46% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 44% of the households. Half the population of Zion commutes 27 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 Zion, IL is 32 years, with 53% of those homes owned, 36% rented, and 11% not occupied. In the previous year, 258 Zion properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Zion in the previous year was $85,307.

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Zion offers a range of educational opportunities with 5 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 3 high schools.

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Zion, IL Local Market & Demographic Data

Married vs. single

Zion, IL
  • 54% Single
  • 46% Married
Illinois
  • 51% Single
  • 49% Married

Male VS. Female

Zion, IL
  • 52% Female
  • 48% Male
Illinois
  • 51% Female
  • 49% Male

Average Age of Citizens in Zion, IL

  • 35
  • 38
  • Zion, IL
  • Illinois

Average Age of Homes in Zion, IL

  • 32
  • 38
  • Zion, IL
  • Illinois

Vacant Homes in Zion, IL

  • 11%
  • 8%
  • Zion, IL
  • Illinois

Average INCOME of Citizens

  • $56,253
  • $77,034
  • Zion, IL
  • Illinois

Owned Homes vs. Rented Homes

Zion, IL
  • 53% Owned
  • 36% Rented
Illinois
  • 60% Owned
  • 32% Rented