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Wilmington MA Real Estate Agents

Wilmington MALamacchia Realty is happy to provide the community of Wilmington MA with their leading real estate services. As one of the largest and more successful real estate companies in Massachusetts, our team has built a reputation and continues to grow within Wilmington.

Selling A Home In Wilmington MA

When working with Lamacchia Realty in Wilmington, you’ll know you’re with the best of the best. Our goal is to get your home sold as fast and for the most money possible. With great tactics and getting your house in front of as many buyers eyes as possible, we are able to do this. The more people that see what you have to offer will result in quicker and more offers on your property. Through television, photos, interactive floor plans, real estate websites, social media, and much more, we get your house in the yes of your target buyers.

Buying a Home In Wilmington MA

Are you interested in living in Wilmington? If so, our real estate agents have years of experience in this town so we can inform you of all that the town offers and can find you the perfect home. Bargaining, and finding the exact listings that you’re looking for is difficult. Let Lamacchia take the wheel and find the home you’re looking for in no time.

Learn More About Wilmington MA: 

Living

Wilmington has an area of 17.2 square miles and a population of 22,325 (as of the 2010 census). This includes 11,371 males and 10,954 females, for a total population density of roughly 1,300 persons per square mile. It has an elevation of 96 feet, and mean temperatures range from 16 °F in the winter to 83 °F in the summer. Wilmington also receives up to 14 inches of snowfall during the coldest month.

Demographics

89.3% of the population in Wilmington consists of whites, with Asians making up 4.5%. Hispanics account for 1.7% and blacks 1.1%. Among the whites, those with Irish ancestry constitute the majority at 24.6%. Those of Italian descent add up to 18.8% and English 7.8%. About 4.5% are of French origin and 4.3% trace their roots back to Germany. French-Canadians make up for 3.6%.

Wilmington is a safe town. There was only one murder between 2002 and 2014, and the number of rapes, robberies and instances of arson are also in the single digits every year. Auto thefts have shown a declining trend to be in the single digits, and the number of assaults is also in the lower two digits. The overall crime rate is about a fourth of the U.S. national average, meaning it is a lot safer than many other places in the continental United States. All this is made possible by 51 dedicated law enforcement personnel, which includes 48 officers, and their hard work.

Employment

The median household income for Wilmington, MA is $70,652, and the median family income $76,760. The town ranks among the Top 250 Richest Places in Massachusetts, coming in at #181.

Residents spend about 28.7 minutes commuting to work. This is not starkly different from the national average of 25 minutes.

Transportation

Route 38, Route 62, Router 129 and Interstate 93 run through Wilmington; while Route 128 is only one mile south of the town. The nearest Amtrak station is at Woburn, four miles away; and there are two others in Boston (North Station and Back Bay), some 16 miles from Wilmington, MA.

Logan International Airport at Boston, 20 miles away, handles international flights.

Education

There are several schools in Wilmington. For kindergarten, there is the Boutwell Street School and the Wildwood Street School. Grades 1-3 are served by the Shawsheen School and the Woburn Street School. For grades 4-5, there is the West Intermediate School and the North Intermediate School. Grade 6-8 education can be had from the Wilmington Middle School, and when it comes to high school, there are two options – the Wilmington High School and the Shawsheen Technical High School.

Abundant Life Christian School, a private religious school, offers education for grades Pre-K to 8.

There is also the ITT Technical Institute-Wilmington in town itself, and nearby institutions of higher learning include the Middlesex Community College, Merrimack College, North Shore Community College, Bentley University and Lesley University – all these are within 13 miles of Wilmington. More famous institutions located in this radius are the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and Tufts University. Harvard is only 22 miles away from the town, while MIT is located at roughly the same distance.