Median Home Values and Rents
The median home value in Worcester for 2010 is $248,300 and average rents are as follows:
- One-Bedroom: $625 to $1,295
- Two-Bedroom: $500 to $1,575
- Three-Bedroom: $750 to $1,800
- Four-Bedroom: $1,200 to $4,500
Worcester offers a great opportunity to own or rent, raise a family or live independently. Worcester is a city that offers the best of both large and small cities with its affordable housing; quality public schools; access to diverse culture, sports, restaurants and entertainment; and reliable local and regional transportation.
|Residential Real Estate||$19.22 per $1000 Assessed Valuation|
|Commercial, Industrial Real Estate||$32.93 per $1000 Assessed Valuation|
|Personal Property||$32.93 per $1000 Assessed Valuation|
|Water||$3.60 per 100 Cubic Feet|
|Sewer||$6.62 per 100 Cubic Feet|
|Excise||$25.00 per $1000 Assessed Valuation|
Worcester offers a wealth of educational opportunities for young people. Worcester is proud to have one of the strongest urban public school systems in the state with numerous quality public elementary and secondary schools. Alternatively, many private and/or parochial elementary and secondary schools are located in the City.
Please visit the official Worcester Public Schools website for complete information.
Worcester utility infrastructure is primarily owned and operated by the following:
Residents and businesses also have the option of choosing from competing wireless telephone, satellite television and electricity suppliers.
Intra-City bus service is provided by the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) which offers service throughout the City and into surrounding towns from a 14,000 square foot state-of-the-art Transportation Hub adjacent to Union Station.