Aurora, Colorado Homes for Sale and Real Estate

Aurora, Colorado Real Estate Listings June 26, 2022
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About Aurora, Colorado

Aurora is a growing and diverse city just outside of Denver. It has grown nearly 40% since 2000, and has almost 400,000 residents. This thriving city continues to experience an upswing in industry with more than 3,500 residents applying for business licenses last year.

As Colorado’s third largest city, Aurora offers its residents plenty of opportunities for work and play. It is the “Gateway to the Rockies” so whether exploring in or out of town, you will always have something to do in Aurora. 

Home Options in Aurora

As of early 2022,  there is a competitive market for homes in Aurora, Colorado. Inventory ranges from one bedroom condos priced under $250,000, to 2-5 bedroom homes nearing or exceeding the million dollar mark. Amenities for some homes include basements, multi-car garages, large yards, gated communities, and unique architecture.

Quality homes in Aurora, Colorado include good rental options. Prices range from roughly $1,000 - $2,500 for rented homes or apartments. Just like purchased homes, rentals are conveniently located near schools and shopping. Some apartment communities feature amenities such as splash pads, jacuzzis, and pet parks.

Living in Aurora: the Good

Homes in Aurora, Colorado, are surrounded by an established infrastructure that makes city living convenient. Getting around town in is so easy! There is a robust public transportation system, many walkable communities, and a plethora of highways. 

Aurora also features a number of annual events and regular venues to keep singles and families entertained and busy. Popular hotspots include Big Bear Ice Arena, Great Plains Park, and a wealth of restaurants and nightlife.

Living in Aurora: the Challenges

Like any populous city, Aurora has some key items of which home buyers or renters need to be aware. The average crime rate is a bit higher than the state average. Aurora’s planners are aware of and addressing the issue.  In early 2022, they announced $500,000 in grants geared toward mitigating youth violence.

Conclusion

Homes in Aurora, Colorado, have enough charm, character, and community to keep buyers and renters happy for a lifetime. In any city we choose to call “home”, we take the good with the bad and determine how to balance our needs and wants.

The agents at Kenneth James Realty are more than happy to review your wants and needs list with you, and to help you determine if a home in Aurora is right for you.

Not only do we help buyers, but we also help sellers. Contact us today and let us know how we may be of assistance.