Find property management in Burlington, NC

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Burlington Property Managers (4)

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Purposed Realty

- Thank you for choosing Purposed Realty! We are a full service property management company. We service the Triangle and surrounding areas. We currently have an exclusive New Year's offer for homeo... View full company profile
Offices in multiple locations

TRI Property Pros LLC

- TRI Property Pros has over 26 years experience, offering a full range of property management services for single and multi-family properties including; Full Service Management, Tenant Placement, ... View full company profile
Offices in multiple locations

Cedar Management Group

- Cedar Management Group offers a full range of affordable HOA management solutions to residential and commercial properties. Cedar has a total of 15 property management office locations in both No... View full company profile
Offices in multiple locations

Provence Real Estate

- Provence Real Estate is a privately-held real estate management organization with a focus on management of multi-family assets. Our corporate structure allows us to effectively manage apartment ... View full company profile
Offices in multiple locations

Market Info

Burlington Management Companies

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Housing Market Stats

Burlington vacancy rates comparison with North Carolina and nation
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Housing Comparison with State and Nation
BurlingtonNorth CarolinaU.S.
Median Home Value$134,300$155,500$192,400
Owner Costs > 30% Income14.9%14.6%14.7%
Gross Rent > 30% Income19.7%19.2%19.2%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey 2006-2008
Burlington owners vs. renters (ownership ratio) chart
Burlington rent to price ratio compared to North Carolina and nation

Burlington Housing Market Stats

As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Burlington stood at 8%, relatively high compared to the rest of the country. There are about 63,810 housing units, averaging $134,300 in value, 34% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Burlington is 0.5%, slightly higher than the North Carolina average. For 20% of Burlington tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.

Demographic Stats

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Community Comparison with State and Nation
BurlingtonNorth CarolinaU.S.
Avg Commute Time (minutes)21.921.625.3
Median Age37.435.336.7
Avg Household Size - Owners2.462.52.7
Avg Household Size - Renters2.342.32.42
Median Household Income$43,138$46,002$52,175
Per Capita Income$22,605$26,128$27,466
Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey 2006-2008
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Burlington Demographic Info

Burlington has a population of 144,778, comprised of 58,215 households, with on average 2 members per household. Out of approximately 77,079 people in the civilian workforce, 72,680 (94%) were employed in 2008. 80% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 20% holding a 4 year college degree.