Aurora, CO has a population of 373,487, while the median age is 35. The household income in Aurora, CO is around $63,128. The homeownership rate among the residents is 60%. The median residential property value in Aurora, CO that you should keep in mind is $326,500.
|Number Of Employees||202,045|
|Median Property Value||$326,500|
Numbers claim that the highest paid jobs in Aurora, CO are Law Enforcement Workers Including Supervisors, Computer & Mathematical Occupations, Architecture & Engineering Occupations, Computer, Engineering, Science Occupations and Legal Occupations.
Keeping in mind that the employment rate changed by 4% recently, there must be a strong understanding of industries people of Aurora, CO work in. The highest paid industries are Management of Companies & Enterprises, Mining, Quarrying, Oil & Gas Extraction, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting, Mining, Professional, Scientific, Technical Services and Public Administration.
According to latest census, Aurora, CO is a home for 61% white residents. The second common group is black with 18% residents. The list of the most common racial or ethnic groups is closed by latino with 8% residents.
Past year Aurora, CO universities awarded around 653,000 degrees. Statistics show that the population of students in Aurora, CO includes 326,500 female students and 326,500 male students. Aurora, CO offers private and public tuition with a median cost of $n/a for private four-year colleges and $23,928 for in-state public four-year colleges. The largest university of this city is the University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus with the majority of graduates. The Community College of Aurora and Pickens Technical College hold the second and the third place respectively. The share of the public colleges in Aurora, CO is 79 and 21 go to the private colleges.
Primary care physicians in Aurora, CO see an average of 1,186 patients, dentists 999 patients, metal health providers 324 patients, and other healthcare providers 934 patients per year.
Citizens of Aurora, CO travel to their offices around 28 minutes lately and drove alone to get there. The rest of the residents carpooled and worked at home.
|Rent Price||Apr||vs Last Month|
|1 bed rentals||$2,120||+23.7%|
|2 bed rentals||$1,895||-1.3%|
|3 bed rentals||$2,253||-9.1%|
|4+ bed rentals||$2,826||-3.6%|
Over the Apr 2022, the average rent for an apartment in/near Aurora, CO increased by 7.4% to $2,176.
Breaking it down in details, we now see that the average price for 1-bed apartment stands at $2,120 with no changes this month. Pricing for 2-bed apartment remains the same, a place of this size will still cost you $1,895. Reports state that an average 3-bed apartment pricing did not change, so you can still get yourself one for $2,253. Consequently, we now see that the 4- and more bed apartments pricing stays the same, so you can still face an estimate price around $2,826 for a big-family home.
|Rent Type Price||Apr||vs Last Month|
Looking at the median rent price for an apartment in Aurora, CO, you can note that it remains flat with a price tag of $2,509. The median rent for a house is still $2,409 with no significant changes this month. Condo for rent is now available for the same pricing as previously — $1,742. If you’re looking for a room, the price tag still starts at $938. The median price did not change this time. Townhouse rent pricing didn’t change, the price still starts at $2,352.