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  1. Humboldt1
    07-19-2015 09:14 AM - permalink
    I agree with much of what you are saying but we need to acknowledge that Naperville and Aurora are big towns with lots of types of housing. Naperville has nicer housing overall, especially on the higher end.

    Naperville has 150k people and Aurora has 200k. White Eagle and East Aurora are all part of the same town. Most of Aurora east of Eola is pretty decent though the housing along Middlebury is pretty common (150-250k). Still it is district 204. Other parts of Aurora are not great until you west of Orchard Road and even then the schools in West Aurora are not that good.

    We are looking to buy in 204 but want a Naperville address. We are also looking at 203. My wife's parents live in subdivision next to White Eagle. We need to be somewhat close to them but are not interested in buying in a subdivision where all the homes can be bought for 250k. We are looking more around 75th and book rd in Naperville.

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