May Real Estate Market Conditions

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May Schools and Demographics

Education near May, ID

City County
High School Graduates 100 90.03
College Degree - 2 year 14.29 7.78
College Degree - 4 year 0 22.3
Graduate Degree 0 4.79
Expenditures per Student 8,376 8,733
Students per Teacher 15.1 14.2

Elementary Schools near May, ID

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Mackay Elementary School PK - 06 101 13.2 83251
Patterson Elementary School KG - 06 3 3 83253

High Schools near May, ID

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
MacKay Junior-Senior High School 07 - 12 66 8 83251

Ungraded Schools near May, ID

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Leadore School PK - 12 68 6.1 83464

Demographics near May, ID

City County
Neighborhood Type Rural
Population 65 7,755
Population Density 0 2
Median Age 35.5 52.9
People per Household 2.2 2
Median Household Income N/A 36,031
Average Income per Capita 17,097 22,489

May Real Estate

The median home value in May, ID is $218,200. This is lower than the county median home value of $231,600. The national median home value is $219,700. The average price of homes sold in May, ID is $218,200. Approximately 20.95% of May homes are owned, compared to 7.62% rented, while 71.43% are vacant. May real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a May real estate agent to arrange a tour today!

May, Idaho has a population of 65. May is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 0% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 20.88%.

The median household income for the surrounding county is $36,031 compared to the national median of $57,652. The median age of people living in May is 35.5 years.

May Weather

The average high temperature in July is 86 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 6 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 10 inches per year, with 18.9 inches of snow per year.