Topeka Real Estate Market Conditions

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Topeka Schools and Demographics

Education near Topeka, KS

City County
High School Graduates 89.7 91.6
College Degree - 2 year 5.89 6.65
College Degree - 4 year 28.17 30.37
Graduate Degree 7.54 7.95
Expenditures per Student 12,114 11,282
Students per Teacher 11.4 13.1

Elementary Schools near Topeka, KS

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Avondale West Elementary School KG - 05 256 12.9 66611
Elmont Elementary School KG - 06 345 16.8 66618
Farley Elementary PK - 06 605 15.1 66614
Highland Park Central KG - 05 356 12 66605
Indian Hills Elementary School PK - 06 523 15.1 66614
Jay Shideler Elementary School KG - 06 488 14.7 66610
Logan Elementary PK - 06 603 14.7 66608
Lowman Hill Elementary School PK - 05 320 12.4 66604
Maude Bishop Elementary School PK - 05 359 14.8 66614
McCarter Elementary School KG - 05 421 14 66604
McClure Elementary School PK - 05 352 13.2 66614
McEachron Elementary School PK - 05 437 15.4 66614
Meadows Elementary School PK - 05 588 14.6 66606
North Fairview KG - 06 317 15.4 66617
Pauline Central Primary School PK - 03 482 13.2 66619
Pleasant Hill Elementary School KG - 06 304 15.4 66617
Quincy Elementary School PK - 05 244 10.6 66608
Randolph Elementary School PK - 05 388 14.3 66604
Rochester Elementary School KG - 06 240 13.9 66617
Ross Elementary School PK - 05 615 12.9 66605
Scott Dual Language Magnet PK - 05 532 12.3 66607
Shaner Elementary School KG - 05 187 10.2 66611
Shawnee Heights Elementary School PK - 06 463 15.9 66605
State Street Elementary School PK - 05 501 13.1 66616
Stout Elementary School KG - 05 234 12.4 66611
Wanamaker Elementary School PK - 06 532 14.2 66615
West Indianola Elementary School KG - 06 330 16.5 66618
Whitson Elementary School PK - 05 505 14.5 66604
Williams Science and Fine Arts Magnet School PK - 05 589 12.2 66612

Middle Schools near Topeka, KS

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Chase Middle School 06 - 08 490 11 66616
Eisenhower Middle School 06 - 08 567 12.2 66605
Jardine Middle School 06 - 08 514 12.5 66611
Landon Middle School 06 - 08 421 11.4 66606
Marjorie French Middle School 06 - 08 478 12.1 66614
Robinson Middle School 06 - 08 447 11 66604
Seaman Middle School 07 - 08 613 12.6 66617
Washburn Rural Middle School 07 - 08 967 13.9 66619

High Schools near Topeka, KS

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Highland Park High School 09 - 12 875 13.1 66605
Hope Street Charter Academy 09 - 12 131 6.7 66604
Lawrence Gardner High School 06 - 12 115 11.5 66618
Seaman High School 09 - 12 1,220 13.1 66617
Topeka High School 09 - 12 1,877 16.8 66612
Topeka West High School 09 - 12 1,034 13 66604
Washburn Rural High School 09 - 12 1,857 14.8 66619

Ungraded Schools near Topeka, KS

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Capital City 05 - 12 108 3.6 66606

Demographics near Topeka, KS

City County
Neighborhood Type
Population 127,139 178,392
Population Density 2,069 328
Median Age 37.2 38.9
People per Household 2.3 2.4
Median Household Income 46,087 54,667
Average Income per Capita 26,048 28,584

Topeka Real Estate

The median home value in Topeka, KS is $108,100. This is lower than the county median home value of $121,600. The national median home value is $219,700. The average price of homes sold in Topeka, KS is $108,100. Approximately 50.17% of Topeka homes are owned, compared to 38.16% rented, while 11.68% are vacant. Topeka 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 Topeka real estate agent to arrange a tour today!

Topeka, Kansas has a population of 127,139. Topeka is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 29.89% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 30.96%.

The median household income in Topeka, Kansas is $46,087. The median household income for the surrounding county is $54,667 compared to the national median of $57,652. The median age of people living in Topeka is 37.2 years.

Topeka Weather

The average high temperature in July is 89.7 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 19.3 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 38.2 inches per year, with 17.2 inches of snow per year.