Reading has a cost of living adjustment score of 81.7, which is much less expensive when compared to others in Pennsylvania. Also, the area is considered much less affluent than average with a median income of $31,799 per household. 19601, 19604, and 19607 are the three largest zip codes in terms of population. With a median age of 75 years, homes in Reading tend to be older than most. Topping the list of best schools in the city is Jacksonwald Elementary School.
Reading has some of the more affordable homes in the state with a median home value of $45,300 and a current average list price of $49,993. The Reading market pulled back with a 19.6% sales drop in this week's report. Overall sales numbers for the last 30 days fell below the 50.2 monthly average with 45 homes sold.
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The typical dwelling in Reading is a three-bedroom townhouse worth about $48,078. To purchase a similar home, a buyer with good credit and a $9,616 cash down payment could obtain a mortgage with a 3.95% interest rate and a $266 monthly payment. The property tax rate is $18.32 per $1,000 of taxable assessed value.
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