What Is Princeton Zip Code?

Princeton, NJ ZIP Code Zip codes of Princeton, New Jersey 08540, 08541, 08542, 08543, 08544 This list contains only 5-digit ZIP codes. Use our zip code lookup by address feature to get the full 9-digit (ZIP+4) code.

What is the ZIP code for Princeton Illinois?

Zip Code 61356 is located in the state of Illinois in the Davenport – Rock Island – Moline metro area. Zip code 61356 is primarily located in Bureau County. The official US Postal Service name for 61356 is PRINCETON, Illinois.

What is the postal code for Princeton NJ?

Zip Code-08542 Princeton (NJ) The American Postal Workers Union (APWU) is a labor union in the United States. It represents over 200,000 employees and retirees of the United States Postal Service who belong to the Clerk, Maintenance, Motor Vehicle, and Support Services divisions.

What is the area code for Princeton NJ?

Princeton, NJ Area Codes are 609, 640 Princeton, NJ is officially utilizing two area codes which are area codes 609 and 640. In addition to Princeton, NJ area code information read more details about area code 609, area code 640 and New Jersey area codes.

Princeton, New Jersey ZIP Codes

Princeton, New Jersey zip codes are listed below. 08540, 08541, 08542, 08543, 08544 are the area codes. This list covers only ZIP codes with five digits. If you need the complete 9-digit (ZIP+4) code, you may use our zip code search by address option.

Demographic and housing estimates in Princeton, NJ

Total population

Total population 30728
Male 15673
Female 15055
Population by age

Total population 30728
Under 5 years 1093
5 to 9 years 1502
10 to 14 years 1966
15 to 19 years 3777
20 to 24 years 4001
25 to 34 years 3123
35 to 44 years 2741
45 to 54 years 3935
55 to 59 years 2031
60 to 64 years 1553
65 to 74 years 2747
75 to 84 years 1610
85 years and over 649
Median age (years) 34.7
Under 18 years 5650
Under 16 years 25670
18 years and over 25078
21 years and over 21368
62 years and over 5797
65 years and over 5006
Population by race

Total population 30728
One race 29760
Two or more races 968
One race 29760
White 22458
Black or African American 1776
American Indian and Alaska Native 14
Asian 5045
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 25
Some other race 442
Citizen, voting age population

Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 21071
Male Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 10399
Female Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 10672

Social characteristics in Princeton, NJ

Households by type

Total households 9979
Family households (families) 6682
Married-couple family 5864
Male householder, no wife present, family 215
Female householder, no husband present, family 603
Nonfamily households 3297
Average household size 2.54
Average family size 3.05

Economic characteristics in Princeton, NJ

Income and benefits (in 2018 inflation-adjusted dollars)

Total households 9979
Less than $10,000 279
$10,000 to $14,999 255
$15,000 to $24,999 435
$25,000 to $34,999 439
$35,000 to $49,999 724
$50,000 to $74,999 796
$75,000 to $99,999 817
$100,000 to $149,999 1403
$150,000 to $199,999 1081
$200,000 or more 3750
Median household income (dollars) 138194

Housing characteristics in Princeton, NJ

Housing occupancy

Total housing units 11003
Occupied housing units 9979
Vacant housing units 1024
Units in structure

Total housing units 11003
1-unit, detached 6209
1-unit, attached 1723
2 units 391
3 or 4 units 661
5 to 9 units 644
10 to 19 units 491
20 or more units 879
Mobile home 5
Boat, RV, van, etc.
Year structure built

Total housing units 11003
Built 2014 or later 323
Built 2010 to 2013 157
Built 2000 to 2009 679
Built 1990 to 1999 1000
Built 1980 to 1989 1016
Built 1970 to 1979 969
Built 1960 to 1969 1400
Built 1950 to 1959 2094
Built 1940 to 1949 617
Built 1939 or earlier 2748
Rooms

Total housing units 11003
1 room 429
2 rooms 416
3 rooms 968
4 rooms 1227
5 rooms 1041
6 rooms 1357
7 rooms 1061
8 rooms 1522
9 rooms or more 2982
Median rooms 6.6
Bedrooms

Total housing units 11003
No bedroom 475
1 bedroom 1456
2 bedrooms 2035
3 bedrooms 2687
4 bedrooms 2537
5 or more bedrooms 1813
Housing tenure

Occupied housing units 9979
Owner-occupied 5913
Renter-occupied 4066
Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.65
Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.37
Year householder moved into unit

Occupied housing units 9979
Moved in 2017 or later 696
Moved in 2015 to 2016 1548
Moved in 2010 to 2014 2671
Moved in 2000 to 2009 2432
Moved in 1990 to 1999 1277
Moved in 1989 and earlier 1355
Value

Owner-occupied units 5913
Less than $50,000 59
$50,000 to $99,999 34
$100,000 to $149,999 81
$150,000 to $199,999 10
$200,000 to $299,999 158
$300,000 to $499,999 548
$500,000 to $999,999 2932
$1,000,000 or more 2091
Median (dollars) 833000
Mortgage status

Owner-occupied units 5913
Housing units with a mortgage 3561
Housing units without a mortgage 2352
Gross rent

Occupied units paying rent 3944
Less than $500 247
$500 to $999 604
$1,000 to $1,499 1041
$1,500 to $1,999 632
$2,000 to $2,499 390
$2,500 to $2,999 392
$3,000 or more 638
Median (dollars) 1563
No rent paid 122

All Zip Codes in Princeton NJ

Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Princeton, NJ Covers 5 ZIP Codes

ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
ZIP Code 08540 Standard Mercer 47,115 609
ZIP Code 08541 Unique Mercer 609
ZIP Code 08542 Standard Mercer 5,189 609
ZIP Code 08543 P.O. Box Mercer 609
ZIP Code 08544 Unique Mercer 609

Princeton, NJ Demographic Information *

Total population 12,307
Male population 6,290
Female population 6,017
Median age (years) 22.9
White Population 8,870
Black Population 793
Indian Population 22
Asian Population 1,663
Hawaiian Population 20
Hispanic Population 1,268
Median age (Male) 22.8
Median age (Female) 23
Total households 3,161
Family households (families) 1,644
Average household size 2.21
Average family size 2.96
Total housing units 3,488

* The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

Princeton, NJ Other Information

  • Princeton, New Jersey is also known as: EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE, NJ
  • PRINCETON TOWNSHIP, NJ
  • PRINCETON TWP, NJ
  • PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, NJ
  • PRINCETON TOWNSHIP, NJ
  • PRINCETON TWP, NJ
  • PRINCETON TWP, NJ
  • PRINCETON TWP, NJ
  • PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, NJ
  • PRINCETON TWP, NJ

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Overview

  • Princeton is a city in the state of New Jersey, United States.
  • Princeton is located between the latitude and longitude coordinates of +40.3584077 and -74.64730058, respectively.
  • Princeton is served by five zip codes, three area codes, and three post offices.
  • You will discover further information about Princeton, as well as zip codes, area codes, and the post offices that are associated with this city, further down on this page.

Gender

The total statistical population has a male population of 7,524 and a female population of 6,915, respectively.

Male Population 7,52452.11%
Female Population 6,91547.89%

Age

Princeton has a median age of 24.5 years, which is above the national average.

Household

Princeton has a total of 3,200 households, with an average of 2.26 people living in each family. Princeton has an average household income of $87,617 and an average home value of $239,380, both of which are above the national average.

Household per ZIP Code 3,200
Avarage House Value $239,380
Persons Per Household 2.26
Income Per Household $87,617

Geographic Data

Located at 40.3584077 latitude, 74.64730058 longitude, at an elevation of 59 feet, the Princeton is a small town in New Jersey. Princeton is located in the Eastern Daylight Time zone.

Latitude +40.3584077
Elevation 59 ft
Longitude -74.64730058
Timezone EDT

Weather

Overview

  • In the U.S.
  • state of North Carolina, the city of Princeton is located.
  • Princeton is located between the latitude and longitude coordinates of +35.4609067 and -78.16146066, respectively.
  • Princeton has a single zip code, as well as one area code and one post office.
  • You will discover further information about Princeton, as well as zip codes, area codes, and the post offices that are associated with this city, further down on this page.

Gender

Men account for 462 of the statistical population, while women account for 541 of the statistical population.

Female Population 54153.94%

Age

Men account for 462 of the statistical population, while women account for 541 of the population.

Household

Princeton has 445 households, with an average of 2.26 people living in each of those homes. Princeton has a median family income of $24,851 and a median home value of $94,450, according to the Census Bureau.

Household per ZIP Code 445
Avarage House Value $94,450
Persons Per Household 2.26
Income Per Household $24,851

Geographic Data

In terms of location, the Princeton’s latitude is +35.4609067, its longitude is -78.16146066, and its elevation is 79 feet. Princeton is located in the Eastern Daylight Time zone.

Latitude +35.4609067
Elevation 79 ft
Longitude -78.16146066
Timezone EDT

Weather

All Zip Codes in Princeton TX

Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Princeton, TX Covers 1 ZIP Code

ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
ZIP Code 75407 Standard Collin 14,120 469 / 972

Princeton, TX Demographic Information *

Total population 6,807
Male population 3,321
Female population 3,486
Median age (years) 30.7
White Population 5,330
Black Population 433
Indian Population 49
Asian Population 82
Hawaiian Population 2
Hispanic Population 1,649
Median age (Male) 29.7
Median age (Female) 31.8
Total households 2,288
Family households (families) 1,748
Average household size 2.98
Average family size 3.4
Total housing units 2,533

* The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

Princeton, TX Other Information

  • Located in COLLIN County, Texas

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Overview

  • In the U.S.
  • state of Wisconsin, Princeton is a municipality.
  • Princeton is located between the latitude and longitude coordinates of +43.8431443 and -89.12995439, respectively.
  • Princeton has a single zip code, no area codes, and zero post office locations.
  • You will discover further information about Princeton, as well as zip codes, area codes, and the post offices that are associated with this city, further down on this page.

Gender

The male population totals 674 people, while the female population totals 818 people in the entire statistical population.

Female Population 81854.83%

Age

Princeton has a median age of 48.3 years, which is below the national average.

Household

Princeton has 580 households, with an average of 2.23 people living in each of those homes. The average family income in Princeton is $40,189, while the average home value is $88,700, according to the Census Bureau.

Household per ZIP Code 580
Avarage House Value $88,700
Persons Per Household 2.23
Income Per Household $40,189

Geographic Data

Located at 793 feet above sea level, the Princeton is located at +43.8431443, -89.12995439, and its latitude is +43.8431443. Princeton is located in the Central Daylight Time Zone (CDT).

Latitude +43.8431443
Elevation 793 ft
Longitude -89.12995439
Timezone CDT

Weather

Overview

  • Located in the state of West Virginia, Princeton is a popular destination for college students.
  • Princeton is located between the latitudes of +37.33 and -80.96 and the longitudes of +37.33 and -80.96.
  • Princeton is served by two zip codes, two area codes, and one post office.
  • You will discover further information about Princeton, as well as zip codes, area codes, and the post offices that are associated with this city, further down on this page.

Gender

The male population totals 2,729 people, while the female population totals 3,278 people in the entire statistical population.

Male Population 2,72945.43%
Female Population 3,27854.57%

Age

Princeton has a median age of 46.6 years, which is below the national average.

Household

Princeton has a total of 2,936 households, with an average of two people living in each family. Princeton has an average household income of $27,213 and an average home value of $73,060, both of which are above the national average.

Household per ZIP Code 2,936
Avarage House Value $73,060
Persons Per Household 2
Income Per Household $27,213

Geographic Data

The Princeton is located at 37.33 degrees latitude and -80.96 degrees longitude, at an elevation of 2,573 feet. Princeton is located in the Eastern Daylight Time zone.

Latitude +37.33
Elevation 2,573 ft
Longitude -80.96
Timezone EDT

Weather

All Zip Codes in Princeton ID

Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Princeton, ID Covers 1 ZIP Code

ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
ZIP Code 83857 Standard Latah 691 208

Princeton, ID Demographic Information *

Total population 148
Male population 77
Female population 71
Median age (years) 38.7
White Population 144
Black Population
Indian Population
Asian Population
Hawaiian Population
Hispanic Population 5
Median age (Male) 38.8
Median age (Female) 38.5
Total households 61
Family households (families) 39
Average household size 2.43
Average family size 2.97
Total housing units 72

* The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

Princeton, ID Other Information

  • Located in LATAH County, Idaho

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All Zip Codes in Princeton MA

Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Princeton, MA Covers 1 ZIP Code

ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
ZIP Code 01541 Standard Worcester 3,413 978

Princeton, MA Demographic Information *

There are no Census data available for the city of PRINCETON, Massachusetts. Instead, we’ve gathered information for the ZIP Code 01541, which is more specific.

Total population 3,413
Male population 1,709
Female population 1,704
Median age (years) 46.8
White Population 3,318
Black Population 16
Indian Population 2
Asian Population 40
Hawaiian Population
Hispanic Population 49
Median age (Male) 46.8
Median age (Female) 46.8
Total households 1,279
Family households (families) 1,013
Average household size 2.67
Average family size 2.99
Total housing units 1,339

* The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

Princeton, MA Other Information

  • Located in WORCESTER County, Massachusetts

196 Cities within 30 miles of Princeton, MA

  • Among the towns and cities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire are Acton, Amherst, and Ashburnham, as well as Ayer, Auburn, and Ayer, NH
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All Zip Codes in Princeton NC

Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

Princeton, NC Covers 1 ZIP Code

ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
ZIP Code 27569 Standard Johnston 8,022 919 / 984

Princeton, NC Demographic Information *

Total population 1,194
Male population 518
Female population 676
Median age (years) 38.4
White Population 802
Black Population 305
Indian Population 9
Asian Population 11
Hawaiian Population
Hispanic Population 71
Median age (Male) 36.6
Median age (Female) 38.9
Total households 502
Family households (families) 320
Average household size 2.38
Average family size 3
Total housing units 571

* The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

Princeton, NC Other Information

  • Located in JOHNSTON County, North Carolina

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Princeton University, New Jersey ZIP Code – United States

  • Princeton University, NJ is a distinct ZIP code location with its own set of ZIP codes (08544).
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Best Places to Live in Princeton (zip 08540), New Jersey

Located in western New Jersey, 40 miles north of Philadelphia, along the Delaware River and the Pennsylvania border, Trenton is the state’s capital. August and September are the most pleasant months to be in the 08540 zip code, while January and February are the least pleasant months to be in the area.

Princeton, NJ Housing Market
ECONOMY

Princeton (zip code 08540) has a 3.6 percent unemployment rate, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S. avg. is 6.0 percent ). The recent increase in employment is encouraging. Jobs in Princeton (zip code 08540) have grown by 1.3 percent in the last year. More frugality

COST OF LIVING

Princeton (zip 08540) has a cost of living that is 61.2 percent more than the national average when compared to the rest of the United States. More information on the cost of living or a comparison of the cost of living in Princeton (zip 08540).

WEATHER & CLIMATE

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VOTING

In the most recent Presidential election, Mercer County remained solidly Democratic, with 69.1 percent voting for Barack Obama and 29.1 percent voting for Mitt Romney. Additional Voting Statistics

POPULATION

A total of 50,382 people live in Princeton (zip code 08540). It has had a 4.3 percent increase in population since the year 2020. Find out more.

TRANSPORTATION

In the United States, the average commute time is 35.1 minutes. The average time in the United States is 26.4 minutes. Find out more.

REAL ESTATE

Princeton (zip 08540) has a median house cost of $695,900, which is Real Estate: $695,900. The average annual increase in value of a home over the previous ten years has been 1.5 percent.

SCHOOLS

The public schools in Princeton (zip code 08540) spend $24,145 per pupil. In the United States, the average school expenditure is $12,383. In Princeton, there are around 11 pupils for every instructor (zip 08540). More Information and Education

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Housing Market in Princeton

In Princeton, now is a fantastic time to make a purchase. The value of a home has increased by 10.0 percent in the previous 12 months. Princeton has a typical house price of $695,900, which is above the national average.

Zip Code 61356 Profile, Map and Demographics – Updated March 2022

  • Located in the Davenport – Rock Island – Moline metro region, zip code 61356 is part of the state of Illinois.
  • Bureau County is the primary geographic location of zip code 61356.
  • The official name for the ZIP code 61356 according to the United States Postal Service is PRINCETON, Illinois.
  • Several communities in zip code 61356 are included inside or border the city borders of Princeton, IL, De Pue, IL, Bureau Junction, IL, Seatonville, IL, Dover, IL, Hollowayville, IL, and Hennepin, IL.
  • Other communities in zip code 61356 are located in the state of Illinois.
  • Located between area codes 815 and 779, zip code 61356 is a residential neighborhood.
  • When compared to other zipcodes in Illinois, the zipcode 61356 may be described as a Lower Middle Class class zipcode socioeconomically speaking.
  • Unemployment in 61356 is now 3.7 percent, which is lower than the current county unemployment rate of 5.8 percent.
  • It is also lower than the current state unemployment rate of 4.3 percent, which is also lower than the current national unemployment rate of 3.9 percent.
  • Over the last decade, the population of 61356 has risen from 11255 to 11281, according to the 2010 United States Census.
  • The predominant ethnicity of those who live in 61356 is White, and the majority ethnicity of those who attend 61356 public schools is White as well.
  • Approximately 36.2 percent of students in 61356 public schools participate in free and reduced-price meal programs, or are eligible to participate.

PRINCETON Zip Code (NJ)

  • Princeton is a township in the municipality of Mercer in the state of New Jersey, in the Mid-Atlantic area of the United States.
  • It is approximately 10 miles north-northeast of Trenton, the state capital of New Jersey.
  • Princeton has a population of 16265 people according to the most recent United States census.
  • The same zip code was used.
  • Princeton Township and Princeton Twp are two nearby suburbs.
  • Other locations in the vicinity of Princeton, NJ Mercerville, Millstone, Monmouth Jct, Monmouth Junction, Plainsboro, Princeton Jct, Princeton Junction, Princeton University, Rocky Hill, Ewing, Ewing Township, Ewing Twp, Hamilton, Hamilton Sq, Hamilton Square, Hamilton Township, Hamilton Twp, Hillsborough and Hopewell Townships and Twps, Mercerville, Millstone, Monmouth Jct, Monmouth Junction, Montgomery, Pennington Zip Code, Plainsboro and Rocky Hill Wendover, Wendover Township, West Win Tow, Wendover Township, Windsor
  • Identical-sounding locales Princeton (AL) is located 738 miles west-southwest of Birmingham.
  • Princeton By The Sea (CA) is located 2542 miles west-northwest of Los Angeles.
  • Princeton (California) is located 2480 miles west-northwest of Los Angeles.
  • Princeton (Florida) is located 1075 miles south-southwest of Miami.
  • Princeton (ID) is located 2129 miles west-northwest of Seattle.
  • Princeton (Illinois) is located 775 kilometers to the west.
  • Princeton (IN) is located 702 miles to the west.
  • Princeton (IA) is located 823 miles west-northwest of Chicago.
  • Princeton (Kansas) is located 1105 miles to the west.
  • Princeton (KY) is located 745 miles west-southwest of Louisville.
  • Princeton (Louisiana) is located 1175 miles west-southwest of New Orleans.
  • Princeton (ME) is located 493 miles to the northeast.
  • Princeton (MA) is located 205 miles to the northeast.
  • Princeton (MI) is located 760 kilometers to the northwest.
  • Princeton (Minnesota) is located 1019 miles west-northwest of Minneapolis.
  • Princeton (MO) is located 993 miles to the west.

Princeton (NE) is located 1157 miles to the west.Princeton (North Carolina) is located 388 miles south-southwest of Charlotte.Princeton (Ohio) is located 528 miles to the west.

Princeton (OR) is located 2255 miles west-northwest of Portland.Princeton (TX) is located 1301 miles west-southwest of Houston.Princeton (West Virginia) is located 398 miles west-southwest of Charleston.

  • Princeton (WI) is located 778 miles west-northwest of Chicago.

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Princeton Junction, New Jersey ZIP Codes

Princeton Junction, New Jersey 08550 is the zip code for this location. This list covers only ZIP codes with five digits. If you need the complete 9-digit (ZIP+4) code, you may use our zip code search by address option.

Demographic and housing estimates in Princeton Junction, NJ

Total population

Total population 2550
Male 1324
Female 1226
Population by age

Total population 2550
Under 5 years 169
5 to 9 years 150
10 to 14 years 117
15 to 19 years 194
20 to 24 years 27
25 to 34 years 252
35 to 44 years 318
45 to 54 years 440
55 to 59 years 178
60 to 64 years 276
65 to 74 years 157
75 to 84 years 230
85 years and over 42
Median age (years) 45.7
Under 18 years 562
Under 16 years 2053
18 years and over 1988
21 years and over 1920
62 years and over 620
65 years and over 429
Population by race

Total population 2550
One race 2439
Two or more races 111
One race 2439
White 1770
Black or African American 41
American Indian and Alaska Native
Asian 628
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
Some other race
Citizen, voting age population

Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 1759
Male Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 894
Female Citizen, VOTING AGE 18 and over population 865

Social characteristics in Princeton Junction, NJ

Households by type

Total households 976
Family households (families) 852
Married-couple family 817
Male householder, no wife present, family 27
Female householder, no husband present, family 8
Nonfamily households 124
Average household size 2.60
Average family size 2.83

Economic characteristics in Princeton Junction, NJ

Income and benefits (in 2018 inflation-adjusted dollars)

Total households 976
Less than $10,000 49
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $24,999 60
$25,000 to $34,999 21
$35,000 to $49,999 11
$50,000 to $74,999 52
$75,000 to $99,999 24
$100,000 to $149,999 129
$150,000 to $199,999 143
$200,000 or more 487
Median household income (dollars) 189861

Housing characteristics in Princeton Junction, NJ

Housing occupancy

Total housing units 1076
Occupied housing units 976
Vacant housing units 100
Units in structure

Total housing units 1076
1-unit, detached 912
1-unit, attached
2 units 25
3 or 4 units
5 to 9 units 47
10 to 19 units
20 or more units 92
Mobile home
Boat, RV, van, etc.
Year structure built

Total housing units 1076
Built 2014 or later 44
Built 2010 to 2013
Built 2000 to 2009 57
Built 1990 to 1999 48
Built 1980 to 1989 104
Built 1970 to 1979 240
Built 1960 to 1969 87
Built 1950 to 1959 297
Built 1940 to 1949 10
Built 1939 or earlier 189
Rooms

Total housing units 1076
1 room 11
2 rooms 12
3 rooms 130
4 rooms 68
5 rooms 42
6 rooms 127
7 rooms 94
8 rooms 276
9 rooms or more 316
Median rooms 7.7
Bedrooms

Total housing units 1076
No bedroom 11
1 bedroom 156
2 bedrooms 122
3 bedrooms 257
4 bedrooms 385
5 or more bedrooms 145
Housing tenure

Occupied housing units 976
Owner-occupied 755
Renter-occupied 221
Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.75
Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.08
Year householder moved into unit

Occupied housing units 976
Moved in 2017 or later 12
Moved in 2015 to 2016 102
Moved in 2010 to 2014 245
Moved in 2000 to 2009 262
Moved in 1990 to 1999 172
Moved in 1989 and earlier 183
Value

Owner-occupied units 755
Less than $50,000 12
$50,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 to $299,999 24
$300,000 to $499,999 308
$500,000 to $999,999 411
$1,000,000 or more
Median (dollars) 522600
Mortgage status

Owner-occupied units 755
Housing units with a mortgage 492
Housing units without a mortgage 263
Gross rent

Occupied units paying rent 221
Less than $500 82
$500 to $999 22
$1,000 to $1,499 26
$1,500 to $1,999 31
$2,000 to $2,499 17
$2,500 to $2,999 43
$3,000 or more
Median (dollars) 1135
No rent paid

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