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Overview of the city History
Strategic Location to neighboring counties Public Safety within the city
Housing statistics Business Market statistics
City Population Industrial real estate market
Average Income Taxable Retail statistics
Age & Diversity Employment Growth
Entertainment & Food Business Friendly Environment
Parks & Recreation Education Levels


 

Rancho Cucamonga is one of Southern California’s most family oriented, safe and prosperous communities in all of the Inland Empire. Throughout the city’s thirty-four year history, community leaders have consistently emphasized quality in their decisions affecting housing, open space, education, recreation and economic development. The results of these efforts are visible. The city’s neighborhoods have grown up through a series of planned unit developments highlighted by large lot sizes, quality construction, and ample open space. Rancho Cucamonga homes sell for the highest prices among major inland cities despite Southern California’s recent housing difficulties. The city’s government, retail, office and manufacturing centers have evolved in a similar fashion, giving the community a universally prosperous and well-organized look and urban ambience.

Crowned by its majestic mountains and highlighted by scenic views, tree-lined neighborhoods, and a comfortable climate, Rancho Cucamonga is one of Southern California’s most prestigious communities. From its earliest beginnings, when the Kucamongan Native Americans established a village like clustering in an area known as Red Hill, Rancho Cucamonga has grown to become a vibrant, family oriented community. Incorporated in 1977, community leaders have continually emphasized quality in housing, education, business, and recreation. Today, Rancho Cucamonga enjoys steady, balanced growth, a solid economic base, and an exciting future as it embarks on its 34th year of city hood.

Educational Facilities
Rancho Cucamonga has excellent educational facilities that include a community college and a university satellite campus; 4 high schools; 7 middle schools; and 24 elementary schools. There are also 22 top-rated private and public universities within a 30-minute drive.


Recreational Facilities
Rancho Cucamonga residents have a variety of recreational amenities to choose from including two challenging golf courses; a performing arts center; a minor league baseball stadium; an adult sports complex; 31 parks; and more than 150 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails.

 

Public Safety
Ranked as one of the safest major cities in California, Rancho Cucamonga’s crime rate is currently 49.6% below 1993 levels when it had one of the lowest incidents of crime in the state. In addition to excellent law enforcement services, the City maintains quality fire and emergency response services from its six strategically placed fire stations.


NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT

Rancho Cucamonga, California

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Neighborhood: Housing Stats and Charts

Rancho Cucamonga

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Median Sales Price vs. Sales Volume

This chart compares the price trend and sales volume for homes in an area.

Home prices typically follow sales volume, with a time lag, since sales activity is the driver behind price movements.

Data Source: Public records and listings data

Update Frequency: Monthly


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Median Estimated Home Value

(City)

$514K


$364K


$551K


$241K

Estimated Home Value 12-Month Change

+5.2%

+4%

+2.5%

+5.3%

Median List Price

$520K

$320K

$549K

$117K

List Price 1-Month Change

+1%

+1.9%

+6.4%

List Price 12-Month Change

-2.8%

+16.4%

+7.6%

+7.3%

Median Home Age

29

39

44

40

Own

61%

59%

55%

64%

Rent

39%

41%

46%

36%

$ Value of All Buildings for which Permits Were Issued

$283M

$9.12B

$102B

% Change in Permits for All Buildings

-14%

+2%

+2%

% Change in $ Value for All Buildings

-24%

+18%

+7%

San Bernardino County California USA


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Median Listing Price vs. Listing Volume

This chart compares the listing price and listing volume for homes in an area.

Listing prices often follow listing volume, with a time lag, because supply can drive price movements.

Data Source: On- and off-market listings sources

Update Frequency: Monthly

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Median List Price Listing Volume

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Price Range of Homes Sold

This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months within different price ranges in the area of your search. The amount shown for the subject property is sold data where available, or the property's estimated value when sales data are unavailable (such as a non-disclosure state) or provided in range format.

Data Source: Public records and MLS data where licensed

Update Frequency: Monthly

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Price per Square Foot of Homes Sold

This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months at different prices per square foot (living area sourced from public records).

Data Source: Public records and MLS data where licensed

Update Frequency: Monthly

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Size of Homes Sold

This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months of different sizes in the area of your search.

Data Source: Public records data Update Frequency: Monthly

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Age Range of Homes Sold

This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months of different age ranges in the area of your search.

Data Source: Public records and MLS data where licensed

Update Frequency: Monthly

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Number of Bedrooms in Homes Sold

This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months, according to the number of bedrooms, in the area of your search.

Data Source: Public records data Update Frequency: Monthly

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Neighborhood: People Stats and Charts

Rancho Cucamonga


Population

(City)

175K


2.12M


39M


321M

Population Density per Sq Mi

4.38K

106

250

Population Change since 2010

+7.5%

+6.8%

+6.9%

+6.9%

Median Age

36

33

36

38

Male / Female Ratio

50%

50%

50%

49%

San Bernardino County California USA


 

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Education Levels of Population

This chart shows the educational achievement levels of adults in an area, compared with other geographies.

Data Source: U.S. Census American Community Survey via Esri, 2016

Update Frequency: Annually


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Population of Children by Age Group

This chart shows the distribution of the population of children by age range — from birth to 17 — in the area of your search.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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Population of Adults by Age Group

This chart shows the distribution of the population of adults by age range — from 18 to 75-plus — in the area of your search.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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Households With Children

This chart shows the distribution of households with children, categorized by marital status, in the area of your search.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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Household Income Brackets

This chart shows annual household income levels within an area.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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Presidential Voting Pattern

This chart shows how residents of a county voted in the 2016 presidential election.

Data Source: USElectionAtlas.org Update Frequency: Quadrennially


Neighborhood: Economic Stats and Charts

Rancho Cucamonga

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Median Sales Price vs. Unemployment

This chart shows the relationship between employment and home prices in a metro area. Employment is a good measure of the strength of the local economy. Generally speaking, the better the job market, the more likely home prices are rising.

Data Source: Moody's Analytics: economy.com

Update Frequency: Monthly

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Median Sales Price Unemployment


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Unemployment Rate

This chart shows the unemployment trend in the area of your search. The

unemployment rate is an important driver behind the housing market.

Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Update Frequency: Monthly

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Rancho Cucamonga San Bernardino County California

USA


Income Per Capita

(City)

$33,039


$22,867


$33,128


$31,177

Median Household Income

$83,736

$57,156

$67,169

$57,652

Unemployment Rate

3.3%

4.3%

4.6%

3.8%

Unemployment Number

3.22K

42.1K

902K

6.21M

Employment Number

93.9K

926K

18.6M

157M

Labor Force Number

97.1K

968K

19.5M

163M

San Bernardino County California USA


 

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Occupational Categories

This chart shows categories of employment within an area.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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Neighborhood: Quality of Life Stats and Charts

Quality of Life in 91701


Elev ation (in feet)

(City)

2,133


2,652


2,810


Annual Rainfall (in inches)

21.07

8.52

23.4

Annual Snowfall (in inches)

1.87

4.23

19.1

Days of Full Sun (per year)

165

169

159

Trav el Time to Work (in minutes)

32

31

29

26

Water Quality - Health Violations

0

Water Quality - Monitoring and Report Violations

0.6

Superfund Sites

0

7

150

2,370

Brownfield Sites

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Rancho Cucamonga


San Bernardino County California USA

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Average Commute Time

This chart shows average commute times to work, in minutes, by percentage of an area's population.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually

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How People Get to Work

This chart shows the types of transportation that residents of the area you searched use for their commute.

Data Source: U.S. Census Update Frequency: Annually



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Average Monthly Temperature

This chart shows average temperatures in the area you searched.

Data Source: NOAA

Update Frequency: Annually



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About RPR's Data

RPR generates and compiles real estate and other data from a vast array of sources. The data contained in your report includes some or all of the following:

Listing data from our partner MLSs and CIEs, and related calculations, like estimated value for a property or median sales price for a local market.

Public records data including tax, assessment, and deed information. Foreclosure and distressed data from public records and RealtyTrac.

Market conditions and forecasts based on listing and public records data.

Census and employment data from the U.S. Census and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Demographics and trends data from Esri. The data in commercial and economic reports includes Tapestry Segmentation, which classifies U.S. residential neighborhoods into unique market segments based on socioeconomic and demographic characteristics.

Business data including consumer expenditures, commercial market potential, retail marketplace, SIC and NAICS business information, and banking potential data from Esri.

School data and reviews from Niche.

Specialty data sets such as walkability scores, traffic counts and flood zones.


Update Frequency


Listings and public records data are updated on a continuous basis.

Charts and statistics calculated from listing and public records data are refreshed monthly.

Other data sets range from daily to annual updates.


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