The Dunlap community page is different than the other community pages on this website because the town of Dunlap is only a small part of Dunlap School District. The town's population 1434, whereas the population of the district is 22,000.
The district covers 62 square miles and includes parts of North Peoria, Edwards, Edelstein and Princeville.
Many homes have Dunlap addresses but are not located in the actual town of Dunlap also.
Current Real Estate Market for Dunlap
The Dunlap real estate market is typically one of the best-selling real estate markets in the Tri-County area. As of 03/01/2020, there are currently 133 homes on the market. The average asking price is $344,015 and the median asking price is $299,900. The average days on the market for active listings is 118 days and the median is 79 days. Over the past six months, 196 homes have sold with the average sold price of $260,103 and a median sale price of $247,450. The average days on the market for these sold homes was 86 days and the median days on the market was 58 days.
Average Asking Price$344,015
Median Asking Price$299,900
Average Sold Price$260,103
Median Sold Price$247,450
View Dunlap Homes For Sale by Subdivision and Elementary School District
Banner Elementary School
Dunlap Grade School
Hickory Grove Elementary School
Ridgeview Elementary School
The school district is probably the biggest reason that people want to live in the Dunlap area. There is one high school, two middle schools and five elementary schools.
Dunlap High School, Dunlap Middle School, Dunlap Valley Middle School and Dunlap Grade School are in the town of Dunlap. Banner Elementary and Hickory Grove have Dunlap addresses but are not located in the town of Dunlap. Ridgeview Elementary and Wilder-Waite Elementary both have Peoria addresses.