Find a Home in Aurora, IL

Aurora, Illinois is a suburb of Chicago and is known as the "City of Lights", as it was one of the first cities in the US to create and use an electric light system for its streets. Covering four counties, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, and Will, the city of Aurora is the second most populous in the state. The ethnically diverse city is home to about 200,000 residents and is divided into three regions: The West side, The East side, and Fox Valley. The downtown area is located on the Fox River. Significant architecture abounds with historic structures by Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, George Grant Elmslie, and Bruce Goff. 

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What Makes It Great

Residents of Aurora enjoy a thriving job market with growth over 1.5% in the last year. Great education opportunities abound in the city with excellent schools for all levels. Over 30% of adult residents have at least a bachelor's degree, which surpasses most other US cities. The city is home to Aurora University, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, as well as 46 public schools and 22 private schools. The city is filled with wonderful history and interesting architecture. Famously designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, The Keystone Building, Healy Chapel, and Old Second National Bank are located in Aurora. Visitors can also enjoy Broadway shows, concerts, comedy and more at the notable Paramount Theater.  Aurora boasts a city rich with history, incredible architecture, a growing job market, extraordinary education, and delightful activities for all. Find out more: Enjoy Aurora

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Aurora experiences partly cloudy weather year round. In the summer, it is warm humid and wet and during the winter it is freezing and windy. Through the year the temperature averages between 16 degrees Fahrenheit and 84 degrees.

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