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951-686-5261
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San Marcos Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $626,000
    2.84%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    137
    30-day change

San Marcos Schools and Demographics

 
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Education near San Marcos, CA

City County
College Degree - 2 year 13 9
College Degree - 4 year 21 22

Demographics near San Marcos, CA

City County
Population 95,390 3,326,677
Population Density 3,914 791
Median Age 35.4 36.7
People per Household 3 2.8
Median Household Income 58,727 60,688
Average Income per Capita 28,582 34,105

San Marcos Homes for Sale & Real Estate

 Although a major part of California, San Marcos comes directly under the San Diego County and is best known for housing California State University, San Marcos. However, with a population of 83,781 it has more than just students living in its midst, especially considering that it has boundaries with by Escondido to the east, Encinitas to the Southwest, Carlsbad to the west, and Vista to the northwest.

Historically, the town was the home of American Indians, who eventually left the area after being threatened by Spanish troops. They were the original settlers of the city and also gave it the name, which stems from Los Vallecitos de San Marcos (Little Valleys of Saint Mark). Through a series of inheritances, San Marcos ultimately came under the authority of Germans and Dutchmen, who settled into the area. Following a rise in population, local Americans began moving in and slowly but surely, the city began to emerge as its modern self with the aid of development from the citizens.

Businesses began booming in the area and also saw a number of early educational institutes being setup, however the real growth for San Marcos came after 1956, when the Colorado River changed its path to include the city. This led to another major business boom and eventually saw the town becoming incorporated in 1963. With such expansion in a very short period of time, it was no wonder that the whole of the United States looked in awe at San Marcos and crowned it the third fastest-growing city in the state.
   

San Marcos homes for Sale
With an exponential growth rate a few decades ago, San Marcos become a major business hub and tended to attract investors from all groups to the city. Housing units in the city have an average density of 1,174.3 per square mile (453.4/km²), with most of the real estate being lived in by the owners themselves (17,094 (62.8%)). Rental activities are also high are represent a major chunk (10,108 (37.2%)) of the local population   One can expect to find bargain buys such as a 3-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom homes complete with their very own gardens for a low price. Most houses are built with the Colonial style in mind and thus are quite airy, as well having a nice, comfortable feel about them. 

San Marcos Neighborhoods and Districts:
Although not one of the largest cities in California, San Marcos is divided into a number of smaller districts, which are classified as follows:

  • Buenavida
  • Coronado Hills
  • Creek District
  • Discovery Hills
  • Grandon Estates
  • Lake San Marcos
  • Old Creek Ranch
  • Rancho Coronado
  • Richmar
  • San Elijo Hills
  • Santa Fe Hills
  • Stone Canyon
  • Twin Oaks Valley
  • University District
  • Rock Springs/Bennett District
  • Sage Canyon
The University District is bigger than the rest of them and hence has several smaller areas including: San Elijo Rd; Melrose Dr; Weatherwood Cir; Fallsview Dr; Shadetree Dr; Silverado St; Corbel Way; Dove Tail Dr; Marble Ln; Boulder Ridge; Fallsview Rd; Starcrest Pl; Longstaff Ct; Ivy Hill Rd; Northstar Way; Olive Grove Ln; Shadowbrook Way.

San Marcos Employment and Economy:
With bargain buys available all around, the median income of the city is surprisingly high at $45,908. The per capita income is also decent at $18,657.

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San Marcos Transportation and Commuting While most of the transportation of the city is handled by the North County Transit District, the nearby San Diego International Airport is also a major way to get in and out of the area.

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San Marcos Weather

The average high temperature in July is 88.6 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 42.5 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 15.1 inches per year, with inches of snow per year. No weather information available.

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San Marcos real estate offices

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Prestera Real Estate
100 E. San Marcos Blvd. #400
San Marcos, CA
858-523-0523
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Barrie Crake, Broker
100 E San Marcos Blvd Ste. 410
San Marcos, CA
619-992-5181
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Realty Max
100 E. San Marcos Blvd. Ste400
San Marcos, CA
760-208-4868
Realtors & Staff

Katcam Real Estate
100 E. San Marcos Blvd #400
San Marcos, CA
844-452-8226
Realtors & Staff

Homeland Properties, Inc
411 E Carmel St .
San Marcos, CA
760-591-3090
Realtors & Staff

R Stewart Realty
310 S Twin Oaks Valley Rd #107-124
San Marcos, CA
619-823-7998
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Brighton Realty
310 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. Suite 107-461.
San Marcos, CA
760-510-2080
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Kelly Crews, Broker
108 Chesapeake St
San Marcos, CA
760-670-7062
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Sharon Jenkins Real Estate
473 Silver Shadow Dr
San Marcos, CA
760-519-9551
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Scot Buckles, Broker
100 E San Marcos Blvd Ste 400
San Marcos, CA
760-224-7011
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