Homebuyers, landlords, and sellers in cities with top-ranked schools or school districts, can often expect to see higher median list prices as compared to the statewide median list price, sometimes as much as 10 to 20 percent higher. In addition, recent studies also find that education makes a big difference in crime trends and public safety in the community.
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LOCAL EDUCATION STATISTICS AND HOME VALUES
Buyers and renters will pay a premium to live in a well-educated, progressive neighborhood. Many recent studies estimate that completing high school reduces the probability of incarceration by about 0.76 percent for whites and 3.4 percent for blacks. Studies corroborate these findings using FBI data on arrests that distinguish different types of crimes. The biggest impacts of education are associated with murder, assault, and motor vehicle theft. Analyze the data of your free report to learn more about the neighborhood you will live in.
Student population (3 to 24 years old) - the total population's enrollment of preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary to college students in the district.
The adult population of 25 years old or more and the level of education of those residents.