Springfield Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $647,000
    4.74% change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    249
    30-day change

Springfield Schools and Demographics

Education near Springfield, VA

City County
High School Graduates 86.28 92.04
College Degree - 2 year 7.46 5.36
College Degree - 4 year 43.7 60.66
Graduate Degree 13.44 21.87
Expenditures per Student 14,978 15,210
Students per Teacher 12.8 14.3

Elementary Schools near Springfield, VA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bonnie Brae Elementary School PK - 06 713 17.3 22032
Cardinal Forest Elementary School PK - 06 632 13.7 22152
Cherry Run Elementary School PK - 06 523 13.6 22015
Crestwood Elementary School PK - 06 678 12.8 22150
Forestdale Elementary School PK - 06 575 11.4 22150
Garfield Elementary School PK - 06 371 11.3 22150
Hunt Valley Elementary School PK - 06 667 16.1 22152
Keene Mill Elementary School PK - 06 746 18.2 22152
Kings Park Elementary School PK - 03 703 14.1 22151
Laurel Ridge Elementary School PK - 06 824 15.1 22032
Little Run Elementary School PK - 06 341 10.7 22032
Lynbrook Elementary School PK - 06 693 12.2 22150
Newington Forest Elementary School PK - 06 609 15.5 22153
North Springfield Elementary School PK - 05 530 12.6 22151
Oak View Elementary School PK - 06 785 16.9 22032
Olde Creek Elementary School PK - 06 434 12.8 22032
Orange Hunt Elementary School PK - 06 802 17.6 22152
Ravensworth Elementary School PK - 06 553 14.6 22151
Rolling Valley Elementary School PK - 06 566 15.4 22152
Sangster Elementary School PK - 06 894 17.7 22153
Saratoga Elementary School PK - 06 755 12.8 22153
Springfield Estates Elementary School PK - 06 769 17.4 22150
Terra Centre Elementary School PK - 06 542 15.4 22015
Wakefield Forest Elementary School PK - 06 546 17.1 22032
West Springfield Elementary School PK - 06 484 15.7 22152
White Oaks Elementary School PK - 06 841 18.2 22015

Middle Schools near Springfield, VA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Frost Middle School 07 - 08 1,101 13.3 22032
Irving Middle School 07 - 08 912 15.3 22152
Key Middle School 07 - 08 901 12.3 22150
Kings Glen Elementary School 04 - 06 441 12.9 22151

High Schools near Springfield, VA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Lake Braddock Secondary 07 - 12 4,066 16 22015
Lee High School 09 - 12 1,843 13.8 22150
Robinson Secondary 07 - 12 4,004 15.6 22032
West Springfield High School 09 - 13 2,272 16.8 22152

Ungraded Schools near Springfield, VA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
* Fairfax County Adult High 09 - 12 290 4.9 22032
Burke School UG - UG 0 22015
Key Center PK - 12 105 13.1 22150
Northern VA TR. Center E.P UG - UG 0 22032
Plum Center for Lifelong Learning UG - UG 0 22151

Demographics near Springfield, VA

City County
Neighborhood Type Suburban
Population 30,556 1,142,004
Population Density 3,892 2,921
Median Age 39.7 37.9
People per Household 3 2.9
Median Household Income 96,053 117,515
Average Income per Capita 38,816 52,976

Springfield Real Estate

The median home value in Springfield, VA is $647,000. This is higher than the county median home value of $523,800. The national median home value is $219,700. The average price of homes sold in Springfield, VA is $647,000. Approximately 62.08% of Springfield homes are owned, compared to 34.1% rented, while 3.82% are vacant. Springfield 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 Springfield real estate agent to arrange a tour today!

Springfield, Virginia has a population of 30,556. Springfield is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 37.23% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 40.57%.

The median household income in Springfield, Virginia is $96,053. The median household income for the surrounding county is $117,515 compared to the national median of $57,652. The median age of people living in Springfield is 39.7 years.

Springfield Weather

The average high temperature in July is 88.4 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 28.6 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 42.9 inches per year, with 15.4 inches of snow per year.