September 4, 2020

Community Spotlight: Elmhurst, IL

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Make Your Home in Elmhurst, IL

Elmhurst is a suburb of Chicago, between major highways, with convenient access to shopping, services, restaurants, culture, education, and business. Established in the mid 1800’s, the community developed into a great place for families to settle.  Prominent businesses include the Elmhurst – Chicago Stone Co. quarry, Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare hospital, Elmhurst University, McMaster-Carr, and FedEx Freight.

As you look for a home in Elmhurst with your Realtor®, you will see a variety of homes, ranging from historic homes built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s to one of the many new construction homes, townhomes, or multi-unit buildings. There are many places to live near the active Elmhurst downtown area with convenient transit stops.  Century Moving has been serving the Elmhurst community for over 45 years, with staff members that call Elmhurst their home town.

According to City-data.com(2020), the population is just under 50,000, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $110,000, median home value of about $420,000, and cost of living index of 105 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median real estate property taxes on mortgaged properties is around $8500 (City-data.com, 2020).

 

 

 

 

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September 4, 2020

Community Spotlight: Elmhurst, IL

Inviting kitchen

 

Make Your Home in Elmhurst, IL

Elmhurst is a suburb of Chicago, between major highways, with convenient access to shopping, services, restaurants, culture, education, and business. Established in the mid 1800’s, the community developed into a great place for families to settle.  Prominent businesses include the Elmhurst – Chicago Stone Co. quarry, Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare hospital, Elmhurst University, McMaster-Carr, and FedEx Freight.

As you look for a home in Elmhurst with your Realtor®, you will see a variety of homes, ranging from historic homes built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s to one of the many new construction homes, townhomes, or multi-unit buildings. There are many places to live near the active Elmhurst downtown area with convenient transit stops.  Century Moving has been serving the Elmhurst community for over 45 years, with staff members that call Elmhurst their home town.

According to City-data.com(2020), the population is just under 50,000, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $110,000, median home value of about $420,000, and cost of living index of 105 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median real estate property taxes on mortgaged properties is around $8500 (City-data.com, 2020).