Essex County, MA Homes For Sale

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(844) 240-1886

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Samantha Wilson
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Call anytime 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week


Interested in Buying a Home?

Get Connected to a Local Specialist Immediately
(844) 240-1886

Schedule a Showing - 7 Days a Week, 8AM - 10PM

Opcity - Preferred Partner
Samantha Wilson

Preferred Partner

(844) 240-1886

Call Anytime

Interested in the area?

Samantha Wilson
OpCity

Call anytime 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week


Interested in Buying a Home?

Get Connected to a Local Specialist Immediately
(844) 240-1886

Schedule a Showing - 7 Days a Week, 8AM - 10PM

Opcity - Preferred Partner
Samantha Wilson

Preferred Partner

(844) 240-1886

Call Anytime

Interested in the area?

Samantha Wilson
OpCity

Call anytime 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week


Interested in the area?

Find Homes for Sale with the help of a Local Specialist.
Samantha Wilson
OpCity
(844) 240-0938

Interested in the area?

Samantha Wilson
OpCity

Call anytime 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week


About Essex County, Massachusetts


Essex County is located in the state of Massachusetts and has a population of 708,424. There are about 44 cities within the region of Essex County. The most popular cities in Essex County include Haverhill, Lynn, and Gloucester. Essex County is relatively safe, depending on the town, which has a personal crime risk (for violent and non-violent crimes) of 6.1%, which is lower than the state average of 7.4%. The majority of the residents of Essex County have white-collar jobs. The unemployment rate is about 3.30%, which is higher than the state average of 3.20%. As for the cost of living, Essex County residents typically have a household income of $53,319 and spend $69,510 annually.

FAQs - Buying a Home in Essex County, Massachusetts


What are most affordable cities in Essex County, Massachusetts?

* Safest cities are determined by the lowest personal crime risk (which includes violent and non-volent crimes). Most affordable cities are determined by the lowest average house price / average household income ratio.