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Murrieta Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $655,000
    0%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    349
    30-day change

Murrieta Schools and Demographics

 
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Elementary Schools near Murrieta, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Alamos Elementary School PK - 05 1,000 0 92563
Alta Murrieta Elementary School KG - 05 899 26 92563
Antelope Hills Elementary School KG - 05 790 16 92562
Avaxat Elementary School KG - 05 756 21 92562
Callie Kirkpatrick Elementary School KG - 05 665 22 92584
Chester W. Morrison Elementary School KG - 05 540 9 92584
Cole Canyon Elementary School PK - 05 1,100 28 92562
Daniel N. Buchanan Elementary School PK - 05 900 17 92563
Donald Graham Elementary School PK - 06 550 20 92595
E. Hale Curran Elementary School PK - 05 580 0 92562
Evans Ranch Elementary School KG - 05 600 20 92584
Freedom Crest Elementary School KG - 05 700 23 92584
French Valley Elementary School PK - 05 875 24 92596
Lisa J. Mails Elementary School PK - 05 1,005 25 92563
Menifee Preschool PK - PK 150 0 92584
Monte Vista Elementary School PK - 05 848 24 92563
Murrieta Elementary School PK - 05 920 31 92562
Nicolas Valley Elementary School PK - 05 750 0 92591
Oak Meadows Elementary School PK - 05 850 21 92563
Rail Ranch Elementary School PK - 05 650 19 92563
Rancho Elementary School KG - 05 520 26 92591
Ronald Reagan Elementary School PK - 05 630 17 92595
Southshore Elementary School PK - 05 879 0 92584
Susan La Vorgna Elementary School KG - 05 901 21 92596
Taawila Elementary School PK - 05 728 0 92584
Temecula Elementary School PK - 05 600 15 92591
Tovashal Elementary School PK - 05 740 26 92562
Wildomar Elementary School PK - 05 600 20 92595
William Collier Elementary School PK - 05 800 0 92595
Winchester Elementary School PK - 05 700 0 92596
Ysabel Barnett Elementary School KG - 05 750 19 92591

Middle Schools near Murrieta, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bell Mountain Middle School 06 - 08 1,150 27 92584
Bella Vista Middle School 06 - 08 1,385 27 92563
David A. Brown Middle School 06 - 08 1,000 31 92595
Dorothy Mcelhinney Middle School 06 - 08 1,400 23 92563
James L. Day Middle School 06 - 08 955 22 92591
Liberty High School 09 - 10 0 0 92596
Margarita Middle School 06 - 08 774 23 92591
Menifee Valley Middle School 06 - 08 1,600 0 92584
Shivela Middle School 06 - 08 1,600 24 92562
Thompson Middle School 06 - 08 1,572 0 92562
Warm Springs Middle School 06 - 08 850 24 92563

High Schools near Murrieta, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Chaparral High School 09 - 12 3,000 23 92591
Elsinore High School 09 - 12 1,992 21 92595
Murrieta Mesa High School 09 - 12 2,255 30 92562
Murrieta Valley High School 09 - 12 2,266 21 92562
Paloma Valley High School 09 - 12 2,780 0 92584
Vista Murrieta High School 09 - 12 3,669 25 92563

Ungraded Schools near Murrieta, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Harvest Hill S.t.e.a.m. Academy KG - 07 1,015 26 92596
Home Instead Innovation Academy KG - 08 0 0 92596
Method Schools La KG - 12 600 0 92563
Murrieta Options Academy 09 - 12 0 0 92562
Murrieta Valley Adult Education UG - UG 250 5 92562
Santa Rosa Academy KG - 12 1,700 22 92584
Sycamore Academy Of Science And Cultural Arts KG - 08 600 20 92595
Temecula Preparatory School KG - 12 1,050 21 92596
Temecula Valley Charter School PK - 08 600 32 92596
Tenaja Canyon Academy KG - 12 246 0 92562

Demographics near Murrieta, CA

City County
Population 120,076 2,509,689
Population Density 3,576 348
Median Age 35.5 36.3
People per Household 3.1 3.2
Median Household Income 91,218 70,543
Average Income per Capita 36,007 29,227

Murrieta Homes for Sale & Real Estate
 

The city of Murrieta features 35,294 housing units and 32,749 households. The median density is almost 1,050 per sq mile. 9,639 housing units are inhabited by renters and 23,110 are inhabited by owners. Moreover, Murrieta has a rental vacancy rate of almost 7% and a homeowner vacancy rate of approximately 3%. Rental properties are occupied by 29,519 individuals and the owner-occupied residences are inhabited by 73,518 individuals. The real estate market in Murrieta includes condominiums, detached houses, 2-unit structures, townhouses, mobile homes and single-family properties. The average monthly rent is $1,431 and the average price for a home is $290,200, which is below the median price in California.

Murrieta Communities

There are various neighborhoods included in the Murrieta city. These are:
  • Spencer’s Crossing
  • Sonrisas Townhomes
  • Creekside Village
  • The Colony
  • Skyview Ridge
  • Greer Ranch
  • Granite Gate
  • Bear Creek

Murrieta Employment Opportunities

Murrieta has a fine unemployment rate of only 8.4%. The average unemployment rate per state is 10.4%. This means that finding a job in Murrieta is not that difficult as it is in other neighboring cities. The most common industries in the city are health care, construction, educational services, food and accommodation services, public administration, insurance and finance, social assistance and technical, scientific and professional services. Also, the most common occupations are top executives, sales representatives, drivers, cashiers, teachers, retail sales workers and management occupations. Major businesses in Murrieta are:
  • AT&T
  • Lowe’s
  • Bed, Bath & Beyond
  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Kohl’s
  • Lane Furniture
  • Quiznos
  • Target
  • BMW
Also, Murrieta features top employers such as:
  • Lowe’s with 200 employees
  • Sam’s Club with 220 employees
  • County of Riverside with 220 employees
  • Oak Grove Center with 245 employees
  • The Home Depot with 295 employees
  • Wal-Mart with 340 employees
  • City of Murrieta with 401 employees
  • Target with 500 employees
  • Southwest Healthcare System with 1,500 employees
  • The Unified School District in Murrieta Valley with 1,900 employees

Murrieta Attractions

 Murrieta offers a lot of fun activities and attractions. To begin with, the city is widely known for its golf culture and history. There are 3 golf courses in the community. SCGA Gold Course has 18 holes and it’s located in the eastern part of the city. California Oaks Golf Course is a public golf course situated in The Colony neighborhood. Lastly, Bear Creek Country and Golf Club is a private course situated in Bear Creek. This course is famous because Presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan used to play there. The city of Murrieta also provides sports activities for youth, including cheerleading, street hockey, football, baseball and soccer.

The Mulligan Family Fun Center is a must-see place of interest. It features an arcade, laser tag games, go kart racing and miniature golf. There is also a movie theater located nearby. Other things to see are the comedy club, the sport parks and the Rod Run, an annual car event. Nearby the city, people will find attractions like Santa Rosa Plateau, Lake Skinner and Temecula Valley Wine Country. Santa Rosa Plateau is a great place to explore and discover the natural beauties surrounding Murrieta. It features endangered fauna and flora. Temecula Valley Wine County includes 30 wineries and Lake Skinner is perfect for hiking, sailing, horseback riding, swimming and fishing. People can also visit:
  • Los Alamos Hills Park
  • California Oaks Park
  • Antelope Hills Park
  • The Academy of Aviation
  • Tenaja Falls
  • Aces Comedy Club

Murrieta Transportation and Commuting

Murrieta covers 28.4 sq miles of land and it’s situated along the Interstate 215 Freeway and Interstate 15 Freeway. It is just minutes away from San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles. The Interstate 15 in particular is used by residents who want to commute to Orange, Riverside and San Diego Counties. In addition, Murrieta is served by 7 train stations and 4 airports located within less than 30 miles of the city. The average one way commuting time is 38 minutes.

More Information on Homes for Sale in Murrieta

The median household income in Murrieta, California is $91,218. The median household income for the surrounding county is $70,543 compared to the national median of $66,222. The median age of people living in Murrieta is 35.5 years.

Murrieta 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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Alan Wallace dba Smartworks
41763 Ivy Street
Murrieta, CA
951-834-2640
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Ardent Realty
41529 Ivy St.
Murrieta, CA
951-445-4010
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Oak Tree Realty Group
41811 Ivy Street Suite E
Murrieta, CA
951-973-7177
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Management One Professionals
41811 Ivy Street Suite E
Murrieta, CA
951-600-9400
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Rancon Real Estate-Murrieta
41391 Kalmia St Suite 100
Murrieta, CA
951-677-1800
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On Line Realty
Post Office Box 504
Murrieta, CA
951-677-5018
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Preferred Real Estate
41690 Ivy St. Suite B Scott D. Thompson
Murrieta, CA
951-600-7888
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Tania Garcia, Broker
41690 Ivy St Suite B
Murrieta, CA
951-551-9730
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Premier One, REALTORS®
41690 Ivy St Suite B
Murrieta, CA
951-200-6693
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Crown Property Management
41690 Ivy St. Suite B
Murrieta, CA
951-775-5089
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