Compare: Nebraska vs Auburn
Home Values in Nebraska and Auburn
|Zillow Home Value IndexWhat's this?||$125,000||vs||Data Unavailable.|
|1-Year Change||+4.4%||vs||Data Unavailable.|
|Median List Price||$129,900||vs||$89,000|
|Median Sale Price||$152,000||vs||$78,000|
|Total Homes Sold in Nov||1651 homes||vs||11 homes|
The median sale price in Nebraska is $152,000, but the median listing price was $129,900, a 17.0% increase. Meanwhile in Auburn, the median selling price is $78,000, and the starting price had a median of $89,000, a 12.4% discount. In November, Nebraska home sellers managed to move 1651 houses, while Auburn saw 11 transactions.
Demographics in Nebraska and Auburn
|Median Household Income||$40,606||vs||$34,207|
|Homes with Kids||30.3%||vs||25.7%|
|Average Household Size||2.5||vs||2.2|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||19||vs||15|
At $34,207, the median income in Auburn is $6,399 less than in Nebraska, and $10,305 lower than the national average. Nebraska has a younger median age, at 36, compared to 39 in Auburn, and a longer average commute. The average commute in Auburn is 15 minutes and the average commute in Nebraska is 19 minutes.