Just like real estate prices, prices on storage can be totally different in different parts of the same city. By widening the breadth of your search, you'll open yourself up to even more facilities and a greater range of possibilities. The extra drive to the facility could very well be worth the monthly savings. However, if self-storage (often called mini storage or public self storage) in Lisle is relatively cheap for the area then searching farther afield might do little good. So how do prices in Lisle stack up to the rest of the state?
Lisle is the 44th most expensive city for self storage in the state of Illinois, with the average price of a storage unit there coming in at $79. Illinois itself is the 12th most expensive state for storage. When searching for storage in Lisle, expect to pay $5.36 less than Illinois's average price of $84.36.
While average prices will give you a good idea of how much you should expect to spend, they don't necessarily tell us if storage is relatively affordable in that city. To give you a better idea of affordability, we've created a 'relative price' scale that estimates how expensive storage is for median income earners in that state. The median income in Illinois is $51,483.00, which means the average storage unit in Lisle would require 1.84% of a median earner's monthly income. This is a relatively-large percentage of income compared to other cities in Illinois, ranking in at the 60th percentile statewide. We have to conlude from this that storage in Lisle is somewhat expensive.
In addition to being somewhat expensive at the state level, storage in Lisle is also somewhat expensive on the national scale, ranking at the 61st percentile when compared to other cities nationwide. Nationwide, storage costs an average $72.15 a month. Expect to pay about $6.85 more than that for self storage in Lisle.
Finding the unit you need at the price you want has everything to do with what's available in your area, with more facilities offering more options. If I'm searching for storage in Lisle, should I expect plenty of available storage facilities, or only a few?
Based on our data, we estimate that there are about 6 storage facilities doing business in the Lisle, IL area. Other cities in Illinois are home to an average 5 facilities, 1 less than Lisle, meaning Lisle's storage coverage is slightly-higher than average. It should come as no surprise then that Lisle has the 27th-highest count of facilities out of all 119 cities on our network in Illinois, acting as home to 1.03% of facilities in Illinois. Lisle's facility count doesn't look quite so high when it's placed on a national scale, where it's 3 facilities below the national average of 9.
But making comparisons between any cities, whether it be comparing Lisle to its neighbors in Illinois or on a national scale, isn't a very fruitful excercise when we ignore a city's population. Do the 6 self storage facilities in Lisle offer the 23,163 people living there enough extra storage space? How does Lisle compare to similarly-sized cities? It so happens that Lisle is decidedly average in the number of storage facilities it possesses relative to the size of its population. We found that cities within the 10,000 to 25,000 population group averaged 6 self-storage locations each, the exact same number currently operating in Lisle. However, the argument could be made that comparing Lisle only to other cities in its 10,000 to 25,000 bracket doesn't give us a complete picture, and that a per capita measurement would allow us to compare the storage space in Lisle to all other cities regardless of size. On a per capita basis, Lisle ranks in the 56th percentile nationwide, so there's a fairly-high amount of storage space for the 23,163 people living in Lisle. When it comes to cities in Illinois, Lisle still has a comparatively-high level of storage space per capita, ranking in at the 72nd percentile.
The fact that Lisle is growing, but not doing so at a particularly rapid rate, also bears mentioning in our discussion of storage facilities per person. The US Census reports that Lisle saw 2.4% more people move there in the first decade of this century. That's not insignificant, though it is 0.9% less than the 3.3% population that Illinois saw altogether. That low rate of growth relative to its state, combined with its high number of facilities per person, ought to make Lisle a storage renter's paradise.
Changing seasonal demand often causes storage prices to swing between highs and lows during different parts of the year. Peaking in May through September, when most people in the United States move, and dropping to their lowest in October through March, when far fewer people move homes, storage prices and closely linked to moving patterns. National Moving Day (the day following Memorial Day) is typically seen as the first real day of the high season and is often the busiest day of the year for storage facilities. University towns often see the sharpest seasonal spikes, as college students rent a significant number of storage units when they go home during their summer break. Smaller sized units in particular will see a rise in price during this period.
Lisle goes through more extreme seasonal changes than most cities do. If you know how long you'll be renting your unit, one way of avoiding seasonal price changes is by agreeing to pay a single rate for your entire stay. Your chances of getting a low price on a storage unit in Lisle are highest during February, when the average rental rate drops to a low $69. Your chances are lowest during November, which with an average price of $199 is the most expensive time to book a unit.
If you're new to searching for self storage in Lisle you might not know what kind of prices should be expected. With the average rental rate varying widely from place to place, the only truly valuable comparison you can make is with other storage facilities in the area. In order to prevent you from going into your storage search in the dark, we've had our analysts comb through all the data on Lisle storage you might need.
Rental rates on storage in Lisle average $79 per month. If you're considering a longer stay in your storage unit then at that rate you'd be paying approximately $948 per year. But before you go out and search for storage within the context of that figure, it's important to note here that that average price includes all standard sizes of storage units. There often are substanial price gaps between the various unit sizes. Self storage in Lisle comes in these standard sizes: 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, and 10x15. Below you'll find the average monthly price per size:
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Lisle self storage typically costs between $45 and $145 a month. Storage is currently in stock.
If you’re considering buying/selling a home instead of renting, it’s crucial to find a storage unit that will last you through the purchase or sale process. Especially when, according to Zillow, Lisle had an average home value of $294,900 which in the past year is up 0.070%.