Progress, PA Real Estate
Progress, Pennsylvania is located in Dauphin County. Nearby cities and towns include Penbrook, Colonial Park, Paxtang, Harrisburg, Lawnton, Paxtonia, Oberlin, Rutherford, Enhaut, Bressler, Wormleysburg, Linglestown, West Fairview, Lemoyne, Steelton, New Cumberland, New Market, Enola, Lower Allen, Camp Hill, Marysville, Highspire, Hummelstown, Skyline View, Dauphin, Shiremanstown, Union Deposit, Middletown, Royalton, Valley Green, Hershey, Goldsboro, Mechanicsburg, Lewisberry, Palmdale, Messiah College, Duncannon, Palmyra, Falmouth, Halifax, New Kingstown, New Buffalo, Campbelltown, York Haven, Elizabethtown, Dillsburg, Fort Indiantown Gap, Bainbridge, Manchester, Mount Wolf, Wellsville, Annville, Elizabethville, Franklintown, Lenkerville, Rheems, Schlusser, Boiling Springs, Millersburg, Timber Hills, Cleona, Mount Gretna, Dover, Mount Gretna Heights, Maytown, Carlisle, Emigsville, Lykens, Newport, Bloomfield, Jonestown, Pleasant Hill, Liverpool, Weigelstown, Quentin, Wiconsico, Mount Joy, Berrysburg, Shiloh, Marietta, Mount Holly Springs, Lebanon, North York, Sand Hill, Cornwall, Gratz, Lebanon South, Yorklyn, Williamstown, York, Hallam, Hebron, Fredericksburg, West York, East York, Lake Meade, Stonybrook, Pillow, Plainfield, York Springs, Avon, Wrightsville, Millerstown, Valley View, Grantley, Landisburg, and Manheim. Progress is a suburban community with a population of 9,802. The median household income is $50,649. In Progress, 36% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 30% of the households. Half the population of Progress commutes 16 minutes or less to work, with 68% of residents holding white collar jobs and 32% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Progress, PA is 41 years, with 55% of those homes owned, 41% rented, and 4% not occupied. In the previous year, 117 Progress properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Progress in the previous year was $125,961.