Aurora Real Estate

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Home Prices in Aurora

The asking price of homes for sale in Aurora has increased 24.42% since May last year, while the number of homes for sale has decreased -52.04%. See more Aurora Home Prices & Values.

Median Asking Price
133 Houses
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25 Townhouses
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44 Condos

Find Real Estate & MLS® Listings in Aurora

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Aurora real estate listings. Right now, Aurora has 241 homes for sale, including 140 houses, 45 condos, and 24 townhouses listed for sale. The average sold price for all home types in Aurora is $890K, which is 6% higher than May 2019. See our Aurora housing market stats for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

Aurora is home to 10 unique neighbourhoods. With Zolo you'll be able to find the fastest selling Aurora neighbourhoods, the best schools in the city, and evaluate nearby amenities. Narrow down your home search to filter by price, bedrooms, size or search by our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate.

If you’re looking for rentals instead of listings for sale, Zolo has a comprehensive set of 28 Aurora rental listings, including 16 houses and 5 apartments for rent. Most locals in the city own their homes, while 14% live in rentals with an average lease price of $1,060.

MLS® Listing data for Aurora is updated every 15 minutes to provide you the most-up-to-date home listings. Get in touch with one of our Aurora real estate agents to get started on landing your dream home today.

Aurora City Guide

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Aurora is a town in the province of Ontario, in an area known as York Region. Just over 55,400 residents live in the city making it the 95th largest municipality in Canada. More than 73% of the city’s population use English as their primary language. The largest segment of immigrants is the Italians, followed by the Russians, Persians, Chinese and Spanish.

In the last 10 years, the city has consistently made it to various rankings and lists that measure the wealthiest cities in Canada. Many of these lists base their ranking on annual income and a household’s net worth. Based on this data, it turns out Aurora’s residents do well. Really well. The city’s largest employers are auto parts giant Magna International that was founded by Frank Stronach and TC Transcontinental. Other large employment sectors within the city include advanced manufacturing, green industries, and interactive media.

What many don’t know is that the town was first known as Machell’s Corners. It was the 1850s and there were only 100 residents. Less than 20 years later there were 1,200 residents and the town as incorporated as Aurora. The most famous person to be raised in the town was Lester B. Pearson, the Prime Minister of Canada between 1963 and 1968. Lester’s father had moved the family to the town of Aurora where he was a Methodist minister.


Aurora is not a large town. It has a geographical area of just under 50 square kilometres that holds more than 10 neighbourhoods. Amazingly, the city has over 500 acres of protected parkland.

The most expensive residential area is the southeastern Bayview Heights community. Homes here sell for $3.9 million, on average. Expect to find 4,000 to 5,000 square-foot houses complete with multiple ensuite, massive family spaces and two to four-car attached garages. To the north are smaller 2,000 to 3,000 square-foot homes that sell for $1.2 million, on average. Aurora Estates is another area, with houses for sale here, on average, for $1.9 million.

Good family neighbourhoods include Aurora Grove and Aurora Heights, where single family detached homes sell for $1.1 million and $1.2 million, respectively, on average.

For a more urban feel consider looking at property in the Bayview Wellington community. At a lower price point, this neighbourhood offers attached and detached family homes for sale that start at less than $1 million.

To get exactly what you need, talk to a local Realtor. Local real estate agents often know what’s happening in their community and can help you find good value in a property purchase. Another option is to spend the weekend checking out open houses in Aurora. Use our hot-list as a guide. This list ranks each of Aurora’s communities based on sale price, how many properties are listed for sale and long homes for sale in Aurora stay on the market.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Aurora Grove 58% 58% $908K 8
2Bayview Northeast 61% 48% $878K 12
3Aurora Highlands 53% 41% $832K 28
4Hills Of St Andrew 50% 17% $690K 10
5Bayview Wellington 39% 45% $783K 21

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger homes and lots but with good commuter access to Aurora’s downtown core. Good options include Newmarket, Whitchurch-Stouffville and Gormley. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Richmond Hill, Vaughan and East Gwillimbury are good options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Ajax 49%56%$715K129
2Brampton 44%54%$775K864
3Toronto 44%52%$941K4444
4Mississauga 42%48%$820K1061
5Halton Hills 44%41%$996K148


Before buying a property anywhere, check out the city’s demographics. This data is collected by Statistics Canada and provides a glimpse into the city’s current population. This can help you figure out if Aurora is the right city for you and your family.

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College Educated


Those interested in finding a home in Aurora should find out where the local school is located. To help start your search, here are the top five elementary and top five secondary schools in Aurora. 

Elementary Schools

7.8 Devins Drive
7.7 Aurora Grove
7.6 Light of Christ
7.4 Highview
7.1 Hartman

Secondary Schools

8.0 Aurora
7.6 Cardinal Carter
7.1 Renaissance
6.5 Dr G W Williams
n/a St Maximilian Kolbe


Aurora is a commuter’s dream. It offers excellent public transit, as well as access to the GO Transit trains and easy access to Highway 404, the major route that takes you south into downtown Toronto or northbound towards Keswick and Barrie.

To get a better idea of how city residents commute, consider the data collected by Statistics Canada.


Local Scoop

If you love golf, you’ll love living in Aurora. There are five golf courses and most are located in the protected Oak Ridges Moraine lands. Whether you’re a casual or a serious golfer, there’s a course just a short drive away from you.

In early June to September, kids congregate at the city’s splash pads. There’s one located at Town Park, the city’s oldest park. Another is at Ada Johnson Park and a third is in the Mattamy Park on Thomas Phillips Drive. Kids will love the tumbling buckets of water, the ground jets and the large playgrounds. Older kids will enjoy the Hickson Park skateboard and BMX facilities, with concrete skateboard ramps, plenty of ledges and stairs. There’s also a separate grassy area for the BMX loop that includes jumps, log steps and plank bridges.

Tree lovers will feel a sense of joy at the Aurora Community Arboretum. The protected park is dedicated to the growth and maintenance of trees and shrubs. It stretches through 100 acres of parkland between Wellington Street East and St. John’s Sideroad. For more hiking and cycling check out the city’s other 45 parks.

Art lovers will enjoy the annual juried Art Show and Sale. Held in May, this annual event is celebrating 55 years in operation in 2017. For those with four-legged friends, plan on attending Paws in the Park in early June. Celebrating the love of dogs, this event takes place rain or shine. In July and August, there are free concerts in Aurora parks and in August check out movies in the park.

FAQs About Aurora Real Estate

According to current Aurora MLS© statistics, the average home listing price in Aurora, ON is $1,684,000. Based on Aurora housing inventory, the average home is listed on the market for 30 days and has a 96% selling to listing price ratio.

Based on current Aurora MLS© data, the average detached house in Aurora, ON has a listing price of $2,008,000. In Aurora, detached houses are on the market for 30 days on average.

According to current Aurora MLS© data, the average condo in Aurora, ON has a listing price of $873,000. In Aurora, the average price for a 2-bedroom condo is $999,000 and the average price for a 1-bedroom condo is $549,000.

In Aurora, ON, the most expensive neighbourhoods to buy a home include Bayview Southeast, Aurora Estates, Hills Of St Andrew and Rural Aurora. Bayview Southeast is the most expensive neighbourhood in Aurora with an average home price of $4,938,000.

The cheapest neighbourhoods to buy a home in Aurora include Aurora Village, Bayview Wellington, Aurora Grove and Aurora Heights. Aurora Village is the most affordable neighbourhood in Aurora with an average home price of $1,621,000.

The closest cities to Aurora, ON include Newmarket, East Gwillimbury, Richmond Hill and Bradford West Gwillimbury. Out of the nearby Aurora cities, East Gwillimbury has the highest average home price of $1,779,000 and Newmarket has the most affordable average home price of $1,277,000.

The average townhouse in Aurora has an average listing price of $844,000, which represents a 2.7% change in price from last year. There are currently 25 townhouses for sale in Aurora, ON.

According to Statistics Canada Census data, the median total household income in Aurora is $101,923 per year, which is above the national median income of $67,000 per year.

In Aurora, ON, fewer people rent their homes than own at 14.2% rent versus 85.8% own. The median monthly rent price is $3,100 per month versus the median monthly mortgage of $5,800 per month.

The listing data is provided under copyright by the Toronto Real Estate Board. The listing data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Toronto Real Estate Board nor Zolo.