About Collier Township, PA
Collier Township is located in eastern Pennsylvania at 40°23′0″N 80°6′59″W.
Collier Township has seven borders. Robinson Township is located to the north and northeast while Carnegie and Heidelberg are to the east. Heading east and southeasy from Collier Township, you'll find Scott Township. Bridgeville lies south-southeast from Collier Township and South Fayette Township is down to the south and southwest. North Fayette Township is west of Collier Township. .
Located six miles southwest of Pittsburgh, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Collier is readily accessible, having its own exit from Interstate 79. Close proximity to the City of Pittsburgh enhances Collier Township’s quality of life. Residents take advantage of the cultural, business and higher education opportunities of a larger city, while also enjoying Collier’s excellent public safety, many convenient shopping districts, well-maintained recreational facilities, and top-notch schools.
It has a suburban feel with an overall Niche Rating of A.
The United States Census Bureau reports the township has a total area of 14.2 square miles. Water covers 0.04 square miles or 0.21% of the township's area.
Collier Township Property Values
Collier Township home values have gone up 3.0% over the past year. With current industry trends and market indicators, we anticipate they will rise 3.8% within the next year.
- Overall home value of $168,000
- Average rents are $1275.00
- Median Household Income of $68,542
An important thing to keep in mind is that these are average appreciation rates for the entire township. Individual neighborhoods within Collier Township differ in their investment potential and sometimes these differences are substantial. Be sure to conduct your own research before making any final decisions. Research the exact neighborhood community within Collier Township - or in any city or town for that matter - for the best track record of real estate appreciation. We recommend collecting data by the most recent quarter, year, 2 years, 5 years, 10 years, or even longer, to ensure you are making the best home purchase decision for your circumstances.