Get to Know Claremont
Current Housing Market
Are you ready to start the home buying process? If you’re looking for the perfect home and community for your family, Claremont should be at the top of your list. Before you continue your search any longer, you should take a moment to get to know the community before you take the big step of committing to home ownership. To help ease the confusion and onslaught of information, our experts have done the research for you and have compiled a helpful list of some of the most common questions and concerns that many homeowners have.
The estimated home value of houses located in and around Claremont is around 689K. Current data shows that this valuation is up .03% from last year, and 4.3% from two years ago. Additionally, the information on the map below shows that the areas just around of the 210 freeway are valuation hotspots.
Estimated Home Values
This map shows the average estimated home values, based on the AVMs and RVMs for properties in an area.
Compared with last year: May 31,2018 vs May 31,2019
Median Est. Home Value
Median Listing Price
Median Days in RPR
Prospective home buyers also want to know such thing as: the average room size per home, how many residents in their community own vs. rent, what the median rent is, the median home value, and what are the total housing units in the area. Below is a simple graph with answers to not only those questions, but also additional content that home shoppers may find useful.
Claremont Ca Housing Indicators
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Claremont has an estimated population of 36,000 residents, with a median age of 35 years old. The median household income in the community is $97,000, which is a 3% increase since last year.
Average Household Size
According to city-data.com, the average household size in the community of Claremont is 1.9 people, which is below the statewide average of 3 people.
The largest industries in Claremont are Educational Services, Health Care & Social Assistance and Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services. The highest paying industries in the city are Utilities, Public Administration, and Manufacturing.
Compared to other places, Claremont has an especially high number of residents working in Education, Training, & Library Occupations, Community & Social Service Occupations), and Life, Physical, & Social Science Occupations.
Claremont Ca Income Distribution
|$10,000 to $14,999||2,256|
|$15,000 to $24,999||5,053|
|$25,000 to $34,999||4,434|
|$35,000 to $49,999||7,202|
|$50,000 to $74,999||10,636|
|$75,000 to $99,999||6,508|
|$100,000 to $149,999||6,482|
|$150,000 to $199,999||1,999|
Pre-K, Elementary, Middle School, & High School
If you are concerned about the quality of schools in your new location, you are not alone. Many parents and homeowners are rightly concerned about the schools in their area. Claremont is proud to be home to many highly-rated schools at every level.
The active student-advocacy group greatschools.org gives Claremont high marks for its quality schools at the pre-K through high-school level:
Click on the link below to read the full statistics.
Universities & Colleges Near By
As a unique college town, Claremont is home to the nationally renowned Claremont Colleges. It is also centrally located to institutions of higher learning, from everything to trade schools to traditional colleges and universities. The community’s proximity to the 10, 210 and 15 freeways put education within reach.
An estimated 17,000 workers in Claremont are employed in private, white-collar jobs. The most common occupation for residents was in education, health care, and professional services. Business. Most residents commute to work, as Claremont is very close to major freeways like the 210 and the 10. The average commute time for residents of Claremont is 25 minutes.
Thanks to the discovery of a Serrano village near the intersection of present-day Foothill and Indian Hill Boulevards, residents are aware that the Serrano Indians were the first known inhabitants of the Claremont area.
Claremont’s rich history is still evident today in its majestic rows of trees, preserved architecture and historical sites, and its historic central core in the Claremont Village.
In the mid 1800’s, the growth of the Santa Fe Railroad could’ve meant the death of Claremont, but the city leaders had the presence of mind to transfer property to allow the inception of the Claremont Colleges in 1887. From the distinctive “New England” style of the Claremont Colleges, to the innovations expanding and improving the downtown district, Claremont’s history is a part of its future.
Over 25 Years of Real Estate Service
When you hire the Scott Jones Real Estate Team you get more than just an Agent. You get the entire buyers team focused on finding the best loan programs, the right home in the neighborhood you desire.
Finding the right real estate agent can be as difficult as finding the right home sometimes and so Scott and his team make sure to provide the individualized service that every client needs.
When it comes to finding a home or selling your home fast, to finding the right lender and escrow company and all of the inspections and paperwork the go with buying or selling real estate Scott is there ready to answer your questions and get the job done.