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Temecula Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $476,000
    0%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    630
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Temecula Schools and Demographics

 
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Education near Temecula, CA

City County
College Degree - 2 year 10 8
College Degree - 4 year 20 13

Demographics near Temecula, CA

City County
Population 114,231 2,399,585
Population Density 3,067 333
Median Age 35 35.5
People per Household 3.2 3.1
Median Household Income 69,540 50,971
Average Income per Capita 29,530 23,774
Temecula, California, is located in the Riverside County and it was incorporated in 1989, on December 1. Its population includes 100,097 inhabitants and the city is bordered by Pechanga Indian Reservation and Murrieta. Temecula and Murrieta form the Inland Empire area. The city of Temecula is equidistant to Orange County, L.A. and San Diego. Temecula is a fast growing city with new high schools, middle and elementary schools, and with continuously developing communities. Also, the city features numerous recreational centers, parks, shopping centers and entertainment.  

Temecula Homes for Sale and Real Estate

Temecula is a rising community with new houses and condominium buildings that are being built every year, offering a wide array of housing units for residents and for those who plan to move to Temecula. Currently, the city has 34,004 properties and 31,781 households. The density is 1,127 / square mile. 30% of the inhabitants live in rental homes and 69% of the citizens inhabit owner- occupied properties. This means that 9,797 units are occupied by people living in rent and 21,984 are occupied by their owners. The rental vacancy rate in Temecula is quite high: 7%. Still, the homeowner vacancy rate is lower than the average: 2.7%. A house in Temecula costs approximately $304,700. The most expensive units are single-family detached homes that are sold for an average price of $471,000. The average rent is somewhere around $1,462 but it all depends on the number of bedrooms per home.

Temecula Communities

Temecula includes various distinct communities including:
  • Wolf Creek Master
  • Villa Avanti
  • Village Grove
  • Vail Ranch
  • Temeku Hills
  • Serena Hill
  • Santiago Ranchos
  • Redhawk
  • Rainbow Canyon
  • Paseo Del Sol
  • Harveston Master
  • De Luz
  • Country Glen
  • Bridlevale

Temecula Employment Opportunities

Temecula is renowned for being the commercial heart of the Inland Empire. It is located between Riverside County and San Diego County, and it offers all kinds of services for residents, commuters and visitors. The city features a low unemployment rate: 8.7%. The most common occupations in Temecula are engineers, management occupations, sales representatives, retail sales workers, secretaries, teachers and administrative assistants. Major industries in Temecula are electronic and computer products, construction, educational services, health care, public administration and miscellaneous manufacturing. Most important companies with branches in Temecula are:
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Marriott
  • New York & Co
  • Olive Garden
  • Ramada
  • Gap
  • Holiday Inn
  • Kmart
  • YMCA
  • Victoria’s Secret
  • Sephora
The main employees in Temecula are:
  • Plant Equipment, Inc. with 222 employees
  • Southwest Traders with 250 employees
  • Milgard Manufacturing with 250 employees
  • EMD Millipore with 272 employees
  • Costco with 318 employees
  • Macy’s with 319 employees
  • International Rectifier with 584 employees
  • Professional Hospital Supply with 1,200 employees
  • The Unified School District of Temecula Valley with 2,696 employees
  • Abbott Laboratories with 3,120 employees

Temecula Attractions

 Temecula is known for its magnificent recreation facilities, year-round entertainment, unlimited shopping, rich history and natural beauty of the surroundings. The greatest attractions in Temecula are its numerous wineries. It is called the Wine Country and it delivers exquisite wines all over the world. The Temecula region includes 35 wineries and tasting rooms, and it features the Temecula Valley Wine and Balloon Festival with wine tasting, hot air balloon rides and live performances. Temecula is also known for its golf courses. Currently, the city features 9 magnificent golf courses: SCGA Member’s Course, Pala Mesa, Pechanga’s Journey, CrossCreek, Redhawk, Temeku Hills and Temecula Creek Inn.

One of the most interesting and appealing attractions in Temecula is Old Town Temecula. This part of the city includes a large selection of historic buildings dating from the 1890s. There are also numerous antique dealers, antique stores, collectible and gift stores, hotels, boutiques and specialty food stores. Also, the Old Town hosts various events like summer entertainment, western days and car shows. The weekends are reserved to a vibrant nightlife. The Temecula Museum is located in the Old Town and it offers exhibits about the city’s development and history. Other top attractions in Temecula are:
  • Temecula Skate Park
  • Temecula Valley International Music and Film Festival
  • Santa Rosa Plateau
  • Promenade Mall
  • Pechanga Entertainment and Resort Center
  • Lake Skinner
  • Diamond Valley Lake
  • Temecula Children’s Museum
  • Old Town Temecula Theater

Temecula Transportation and Commuting

Temecula has a surface of 30.15 sq miles. It is situated in Southwest California, along 2 major freeways: Interstate 215 and Interstate 15. It is also served by California State Route 79. Temecula is located almost 60 miles away from Orange County and San Diego, and 80 miles away from Los Angeles.  The nearest international airports are Los Angeles International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, Ontario International Airport and San Diego International Airport.

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Temecula Weather

The average high temperature in July is 97.8 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 36.1 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 11.4 inches per year, with inches of snow per year. No weather information available.

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PHA Realty Group
43180 Business Park Dr Ste 102
Temecula, CA
951-308-1000
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Rawson & Associates
43300 Business Park Dr #208
Temecula, CA
800-894-9947
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Rawson & Associates
43300 Business Park Dr #208
Temecula, CA
800-894-9947
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Four Feathers Realty, Inc.
43365 Business Park Drive Ste. 160
Temecula, CA
888-772-2527
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Ranch and Coast Real Estate
43386 Business Park Dr
Temecula, CA
951-694-6767
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BHHS Ranch & Coast Real Estate
43386 Business Park Dr.
Temecula, CA
714-000-0000
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Pearl Home Realty
43442 Business Park Drive
Temecula, CA
951-972-2929
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CONCORD REALTY
43460 RIDGE PARK DR STE 200
TEMECULA, CA
888-320-5255
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California Realty Group
43471 Ridge Park Dr, Suite E Ste 101
Temecula, CA
951-600-0450
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Exit Alliance Realty
43521 Ridge Park Dr., Ste 201
Temecula, CA
951-639-8777
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