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Aurora Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $283,500
    11.5%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    845
    30-day change

Aurora Schools and Demographics

 
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Education near Aurora, CO

City County
High School Graduates 85.57 91.07
College Degree - 2 year 8.98 8.28
College Degree - 4 year 26.61 38.49
Graduate Degree 6.24 9.75
Expenditures per Student 10,841 10,841
Students per Teacher 22.8 23.9

Elementary Schools near Aurora, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Altura Elementary School PK - 05 586 18.2 80011
Antelope Ridge Elementary School PK - 05 630 17.8 80015
Arkansas Elementary School PK - 05 498 23.5 80017
Arrowhead Elementary School PK - 05 622 17.6 80013
Aurora Academy Charter School KG - 08 529 16.3 80010
Aurora Frontier K-8 KG - 08 626 19.5 80013
Aurora Public Schools Child Development Center PK - PK 275 143.2 80011
Aurora Quest K-8 KG - 08 600 21.2 80012
Axl Academy PK - 08 467 15.1 80012
Black Forest Hills Elementary School PK - 05 401 19.9 80016
Boston K-8 Elementary School PK - 08 489 16.2 80010
Buffalo Trail Elementary School PK - 06 635 19.2 80016
Canyon Creek Elementary School PK - 05 638 18 80015
Century Elementary School PK - 05 401 18.7 80014
Cimarron Elementary School PK - 05 537 18.1 80013
Clyde Miller K-8 PK - 08 564 22.5 80011
Coyote Hills Elementary School PK - 05 621 17.7 80016
Crawford Elementary School PK - 05 728 20.2 80010
Dakota Valley Elementary School PK - 05 885 19.3 80013
Dalton Elementary School PK - 05 547 20.7 80013
Dartmouth Elementary School PK - 05 372 17 80013
Eastridge Community Elementary School PK - 05 859 14.5 80014
Elkhart Elementary School KG - 05 756 17.5 80011
Fletcher Primary School KG - 03 336 13.5 80010
Fox Hollow Elementary School PK - 05 826 18 80116
Fulton Elementary School PK - 05 487 17.1 80010
Global Village Academy KG - 08 1,032 16.7 80017
High Point Academy PK - 08 814 23.3 80019
Highline Community Elementary School PK - 05 618 13.4 80012
Independence Elementary School PK - 05 490 14.4 80015
Indian Ridge Elementary School PK - 05 575 18.2 80015
Iowa Elementary School PK - 05 490 21.3 80017
Jamaica Child Development Center PK - PK 229 172.2 80011
Jewell Elementary School PK - 05 549 21.5 80012
Kenton Elementary School KG - 05 512 16.8 80010
Lansing Elementary School PK - 05 415 17.7 80010
Laredo Elementary School KG - 05 540 19.2 80011
Lyn Knoll Elementary School PK - 05 295 18.9 80011
Meadow Point Elementary School PK - 05 487 16.8 80015
Meadowood Child Development Center PK - PK 259 221.4 80013
Mission Viejo Elementary School PK - 05 730 19.3 80013
Montview Math & Health Sciences Elementary School PK - 05 481 18.6 80010
Murphy Creek K-8 School PK - 08 636 20.4 80018
Paris Elementary School KG - 05 439 18.6 80010
Park Lane Elementary School PK - 05 343 16.6 80011
Peoria Elementary School PK - 05 568 20.1 80011
Pine Ridge Elementary School PK - 05 869 23.4 80016
Polton Community Elementary School PK - 05 503 16.4 80014
Ponderosa Elementary School PK - 05 746 15.6 80012
Rolling Hills Elementary School PK - 05 655 17.9 80015
Sable Elementary School PK - 05 487 18.1 80011
Sagebrush Elementary School PK - 05 539 16.4 80015
Side Creek Elementary School PK - 05 698 22.5 80013
Sixth Avenue Elementary School PK - 05 625 18.5 80011
Summit Elementary School PK - 05 453 16.7 80015
Sunrise Elementary School PK - 05 696 19.5 80013
Tollgate Elementary School KG - 05 716 21.7 80017
Vassar Elementary School KG - 05 547 20 80013
Vaughn Elementary School PK - 05 545 20.6 80011
Village East Community Elementary School PK - 05 781 13.7 80012
Virginia Court Elementary School PK - 05 515 19.6 80012
Vista Peak P-8 Exploratory PK - 08 1,048 21 80018
Wheeling Elementary School PK - 05 571 19.1 80012
Yale Elementary School PK - 05 486 21.1 80013

Middle Schools near Aurora, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Aurora Hills Middle School 06 - 08 943 20.1 80012
Columbia Middle School 06 - 08 783 21.9 80013
East Middle School 06 - 08 997 17.3 80011
Falcon Creek Middle School 06 - 08 1,059 19.2 80016
Fletcher Intermediate Science & Technology School 04 - 08 290 16.7 80010
Fox Ridge Middle School 06 - 08 997 19.4 80016
Horizon Middle School 06 - 08 991 18.1 80013
Laredo Middle School 06 - 08 1,142 18.4 80015
Liberty Middle School 06 - 08 1,088 19.4 80016
Mrachek Middle School 06 - 08 930 21.9 80013
North Middle School Health Sciences and Technology Campus 06 - 08 762 19.4 80010
Prairie Middle School 06 - 08 1,700 17.1 80012
Sky Vista Middle School 06 - 08 869 19 80015
South Middle School 06 - 08 688 17.3 80011
Thunder Ridge Middle School 06 - 08 1,263 18.7 80015

High Schools near Aurora, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Aurora Central High School 09 - 12 2,270 22.7 80010
Cherokee Trail High School 09 - 12 2,552 19 80016
Gateway High School 09 - 12 1,655 21.3 80012
Grandview High School 09 - 12 2,610 19.2 80016
Hinkley High School 09 - 12 2,071 20.9 80011
Overland High School 09 - 12 2,201 18 80012
Rangeview High School 09 - 12 2,296 24.5 80013
Smoky Hill High School 09 - 12 2,087 16.8 80015
William Smith High School 09 - 12 308 12.7 80011

Ungraded Schools near Aurora, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
* Aps Online School 09 - 12 121 24.4 80010
Aurora West College Preparatory Academy 06 - 11 1,074 18.1 80010
Lotus School for Excellence KG - 12 775 16.1 80012
Options School KG - 12 945 30.9 80010
Options School KG - 12 476 57 80015
Vista Peak 9-12 Preparatory 09 - 11 583 15.7 80018

Demographics near Aurora, CO

City County
Neighborhood Type
Population 326,249 574,357
Population Density 2,109 720
Median Age 33.3 35.7
People per Household 2.6 2.5
Median Household Income 51,048 60,400
Average Income per Capita 24,528 32,845

Aurora Real Estate

Named for the Goddess of Dawn, Aurora is one of the most popular places to buy a home in Colorado. Located directly east of Denver, residents of Aurora enjoy all the benefits of a metro suburb with affordable housing options and ample outdoor activities. Aurora is Colorado's third largest city. At 151 square miles, the city reaches into Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas counties.  Aurora's strategic comprehensive plan emphasizes the formation of livable, full-service neighborhoods.

Over 450 neighborhoods complete the fabric of the community.  Just minutes away from Denver International Airport (DIA), Aurora is home to a vibrant business environment, including major industries such as aerospace, which includes Raytheon company, Northrop Grumman, Lockeheed Martin and Boeing Company, military, Buckley Air Force Base, high-tech, biotechnology and health care, distribution and manufacturing. The Fitzsimmons Life Science district and Anschutz Medical Campus redevelopment project, consisting of one square mile, is undergoing a $5.2 billion transformation.  This site will eventually employ 44,569 people.  Education flourishes in Aurora, with five school districts and eight campuses of higher learning, meeting the instructional needs of residents and those beyond the city limits. Recreation includes 80 parks, 7 public golf courses, 7 outdoor and 3 indoor swimming pools and other recreational facilities.

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More Information about Aurora

At an elevation of 5,542 feet sits the city of Aurora, Colorado. The approximate population of Aurora is 326,249 residents. There are currently 845 properties for sale in Aurora, CO.

Aurora residents have a median household income of $51,048 ; compared to the surrounding county’s median household income of $60,400 , and the national median household income of $53,046.

The median age for residents of Aurora is 33.3 years. Aurora is less family-centric than the surrounding county. In Aurora, 34.26% of households contain married families with children; compared to 35.46% in the surrounding county. Aurora has more single residents than the national average, with 10.24% compared to the national average of communities with 9.45% of single residents.

Aurora Weather

The average high temperature in July for Aurora is 90 degrees. The average low temperature for Aurora in January is 15.3 degrees. Aurora sees an average rainfall of approximately 16.9 inches per year, and a snow accumulation of 52.2 inches per year. There are an average of 243 days of sunlight each year in Aurora; compared to an average of 253 days across the state, and 205 days across the nation.

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