Auburn is one of the last large cities on your way out of Seattle. In fact, as you travel further east into the state, you reach unincorporated territory. Auburn is more of a middle class city, with just a few luxury homes, and mainly a large amount of homes in the $200,000 ball park figures. It’s also not uncommon to find homes in Auburn that are under $100K. Auburn is not a waterfront city, like many others in the Seattle metro. Auburn boasts beautiful mountain views and quick access to Washington forests. Being just to the east from Federal Way, and under Kent, there is also quick access to the waterfront on the Puget Sound or one of Washington’s many lakes.
A few neighborhoods which are in Auburn do not appear in the MLS. Those neighborhoods are listings below. Listings of the neighborhoods below may be found if you select a nearby neighborhood above.
It is located between Seattle and Tacoma. As of 2010 census, the estimated population was 89,306.
Auburn WA is an ethnically-diverse city. People living the city comes from a variety of different races and ancestries. The population in Auburn consists of:
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By selecting any of the menu options above, or using the search form on the right, we hope that your real estate search is made easy. We have experienced realtors who can help you along every step of the way when it comes to searching for homes in Auburn.
Homes in Auburn are very affordable when comparing home costs here to the cost of homes in Seattle. These are larger, newer homes, for a fraction of the cost of a home just a little ways to the north in Seattle.
So whatever you are looking for in Auburn, whether it s a new home in Auburn, or if it is a condo, townhomes, single family homes, multi-family homes or foreclosures, you’ll be able to find it here! We don’t stop there for you, if you want to decide what price range, how many bathrooms, bedrooms, and if you want a waterfront home you can decide that as well.