Oriole Street

The population of Oriole St is medium-high, making it an ideal spot for those who want more space than what downtown offers but still have easy access by car or public transit alike. However, Oriole St is not your typical suburban neighborhood. It’s one of the densest neighborhoods in Illinois and home to over 4500 people per square mile.

The median real estate price in Oriole St., located in Bloomingdale, IL, is $324,160, making it more expensive than 61.8% of the neighborhoods around Illinois and 51% higher than the rest of the nation. This high costliness can be attributed to its proximity with Washington Dc’s 202 area code as well as downtown Chicago where employment rates are higher.

The median rental price in Oriole St. is $1,735. This means that the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment or house here costs around 33% more than it would on an otherwise equivalent block elsewhere and 26 percent higher than what you’ll pay across Illinois as a whole. The complete analysis by NeighborhoodScout shows us how much people are willing to pay when they want privacy with access into downtown Chicago; however, these prices can vary greatly depending upon location, so be sure yours matches up before moving forward.

Cardinal Dr, the main drag of Oriole St real estate, is primarily made up of medium-sized (three or four bedroom) to large (four, five ) single-family homes and apartment complexes / high rise apartments. Here you’ll find a variety in terms of what kind of dwelling space suits your needs. The residential real estate in this area is primarily owner-occupied. Many of the homes here were established between 1970 and 1999, with a number being built as early as 1940 or later still undergoing renovations to give them their current look.

Oriole St has a lower rate of vacancies than 82% of Illinois. This shows us how much people want property here and are willing to go to lengths. With a low rate of vacancies, it’s no wonder that the housing market in this area is so tight. If you’re looking for an opportunity to buy your first home or just want more information on how living here might benefit those who already own property- look no further. The Oriole St neighborhood has plenty within its borders waiting to offer potential homeowners: beautiful natural scenery, excellent schools, and easy access via highways close by.

If you live in the Oriole St neighborhood, your neighbors are likely to be wealthy and make more money than most others around here. That’s because this area has one of 15% highest income rates than the rest of the country. 

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