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About Redmond

Redmond is a suburb in the Seattle Metropolitan area. It has a population of 63,197 and a population density of 3,815, which is 98% above the national average. It has a median age of 34, which is 3 years below the Seattle Metro median age and 4 years below the national average.


Redmond has a median home value of $1,124,706, which is 65% above the Metro average.The average rent of $2,995 is 53% above the metro average rent and 66% above the national average rent. The average household income in Redmond is $132,188 , which is 38% above the Metro average household income and 52% above the national average of household income.


The average school rating in Redmond is 8. Redmond also has a crime index 104 that is below the Metro average and above the National average, making it one of the best places to raise a family in Seattle.


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$1,151,600Median Home Value
$436,100 Seattle Metro Area
$3,200Median Rent
$1,492 Seattle Metro Area
3 /10 - 10 /10
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23 mins To Seattle Metro Area
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More about Redmond

Redmond has a suburban feeling with mix of residents from different age groups. Redmond also has good mix of residents working in IT Services and Healthcare.

Redmond / Washington

Redmond Zip Code

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