95 Properties

Local Guide

See what Belmont, WI has to offer.

Who Lives Here

Belmont Demographics

Education

High School

44%

Associate's

35%

Bachelor's

15%

Master's

4%

Doctorate

2%

Family Size

2 people

51%

3 people

16%

4 people

22%

5 people

6%

6+ people

5%

Household Income

0-50k

40%

50-100k

42%

100-150k

14%

150-200k

2%

200k+

2%

Age

0-10

17%

10-20

10%

20-45

25%

45-65

30%

65+

17%

Getting Around Belmont

Belmont Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

49%

15-30 Mins

27%

30-40 Mins

13%

40-60 Mins

5%

60+ Mins

7%

Belmont Education

Schools

Top Schools in Belmont

Information provided by GreatSchools. To verify school enrollment eligibility, contact the school district directly.

What You Need to Know

Renter Articles

All About

Living in Belmont, WI

A small town located in Wisconsin, Belmont has a population of approximately 1,000. Children under 5 account for a larger portion of the population here (8%) than nationally (6%), making it a nice place to raise a family, while young adults are less well-represented. Renters tend to be in the minority in the town, and 72% of residents own their homes. Renting remains an affordable option, though, as the town boasts a relatively low average rent of $643/month. Over the course of a year, renters in Belmont will save around $2,800 compared to the state average.

Belmont has a large percentage of residents over the age of 25 who have earned an Associate's degree (9%) compared to the national average (5%). In addition, 13% possess a Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, or Doctoral degree. Many Belmont residents work in one of four industries: manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and agriculture. Together, these industries make up 32% of the labor force in the town. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, many workers in these industries are in transportation, as 10% of the town's population reports this as their field of work, the highest number of any profession. With an average annual income of around $60,000, Belmont workers take home less than the average Wisconsin resident. The town's average income also falls below the national average of $73,345.

With an average commute time of about 20 minutes, shorter than most cities in Wisconsin, Belmont residents have found that it isn't overly time-consuming to get to work. Driving a car or truck is the most common mode of getting to work, opted for by 43% of commuters, while public transit isn't used. Relatively few workers (5%) commute on foot, though the number is well above the national average.