San Dimas Real Estate

Written by Abby Luttrell
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If you're moving to San Dimas, California, be assured that even though you'll be on the outskirts of a huge city, Los Angeles, you'll still feel like you're in a small town. That's because the community of San Dimas has worked hard to maintain its livable--and likable--community. San Dimas has a population of only 34,980, with mostly a white demographic, with 9% Asian and 8,000 Latino residents.

Many Young Families

The average income in San Dimas is roughly $57,000, with most residents having some college education. The median age is 35, so it's a community of young families. Most jobs are in management, administration, professional or sales categories.

San Dimas real estate is generally single family homes on the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. San Dimas is on the slopes of Mt. Baldy, elevation 10,064 ft. On clear days in winter, your piece of San Dimas real estate will give you a breathtaking view of snow-capped mountains.

San Dimas real estate is popular among academics, because no fewer than 8 colleges and universities are within commuting distance of San Dimas. From Claremont College and Pomona College, to the University of California at Riverside, to the California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech) in Sierra Madre, to the smaller University of La Verne and Azuza Pacific University, this area is filled with educational institutions. If you're interested in this quiet and prestigious community, you can go to websites for information about San Dimas homes for sale, or homes for sale in nearby Covina.

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