Wilkes-Barre, PA Real Estate
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania is located in Luzerne County. Nearby cities and towns include Georgetown, Kingston, Edwardsville, Plains, Laurel Run, Pringle, Ashley, Forty Fort, Luzerne, Hudson, Larksville, Courtdale, Hilldale, Swoyersville, Plymouth, Wyoming, Inkerman, Sugar Notch, Trucksville, Chase, Laflin, West Wyoming, Warrior Run, Shavertown, Yatesville, Exeter, Browntown, West Pittston, Nanticoke, Pittston, West Nanticoke, Bear Creek Village, Dallas, Mountain Top, Hughestown, Nuangola, Sheatown, Dupont, Duryea, Avoca, Wanamie, Penn Lake Park, Silkworth, Old Forge, Upper Exeter, Glen Lyon, Harveys Lake, Moosic, Pikes Creek, Taylor, East Side, White Haven, West Falls, Beech Mountain Lakes, Hickory Hills, Mocanaqua, Noxen, Scranton, Freeland, Shickshinny, Jeddo, Pardeesville, Lattimer, Dunmore, Lake Winola, Harleigh, Clarks Summit, Moscow, Chinchilla, Dickson City, Throop, Clarks Green, Conyngham, Glenburn, West Hazleton, Holiday Pocono, Big Bass Lake, Eagle Lake, Tunkhannock, Olyphant, Hazleton, Weatherly, Dalton, Waverly, Albrightsville, Blakely, East Berwick, Beaver Meadows, Nescopeck, New Columbus, Foundryville, Factoryville, Gouldsboro, Jessup, Mount Cobb, Towamensing Trails, Tresckow, Berwick, Pocono Pines, Jonestown, McAdoo, Pocono Springs, Kelayres, and Archbald. Wilkes-Barre is a suburban community with a population of 41,439. The median household income is $30,946. In Wilkes-Barre, 35% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 26% of the households. Half the population of Wilkes-Barre commutes 15 minutes or less to work, with 63% of residents holding white collar jobs and 37% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Wilkes-Barre, PA is 67 years, with 41% of those homes owned, 46% rented, and 13% not occupied. In the previous year, 237 Wilkes-Barre properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Wilkes-Barre in the previous year was $66,404.