Issaquah, WA Real Estate
Issaquah, Washington is located in King County. Nearby cities and towns include Klahanie, Sammamish, Eastgate, East Renton Highlands, Bellevue, Newcastle, Mirrormont, Fall City, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Ames Lake, Beaux Arts Village, Fairwood, Renton, Mercer Island, Hobart, Snoqualmie, Union Hill-Novelty Hill, Carnation, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Shadow Lake, Redmond, Clyde Hill, Medina, East Hill-Meridian, Yarrow Point, Hunts Point, Tukwila, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, Kirkland, Maple Valley, Covington, Boulevard Park, Riverton, North Bend, Ravensdale, Kent, SeaTac, Duvall, Kingsgate, Cottage Lake, Seattle, White Center, Wilderness Rim, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Riverbend, Burien, Inglewood-Finn Hill, Black Diamond, Woodinville, Normandy Park, Des Moines, Tanner, Lake Holm, Kenmore, High Bridge, Lakeland North, Bothell, Auburn, Maltby, Lake Forest Park, Bothell East, Algona, Bothell West, Brier, Shoreline, Clearview, Federal Way, Mountlake Terrace, Lakeland South, Mill Creek East, Alderwood Manor, Cathcart, Pacific, Vashon, Monroe, Lake Tapps, Esperance, Silver Firs, Southworth, Martha Lake, Larch Way, Lynnwood, Dash Point, Woodway, Mill Creek, Edmonds, Milton, Enumclaw, Manchester, Monroe North, Sumner, Bainbridge Island, Fife Heights, North Lynnwood, Edgewood, Woods Creek, Browns Point, and Lake Stickney. Issaquah is a suburban community with a population of 31,423. The median household income is $90,073. In Issaquah, 59% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 35% of the households. Half the population of Issaquah commutes 24 minutes or less to work, with 66% of residents holding white collar jobs and 34% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Issaquah, WA is 16 years, with 61% of those homes owned, 31% rented, and 8% not occupied. In the previous year, 776 Issaquah properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Issaquah in the previous year was $393,669.