Fullerton Market

Fullerton Market

December 2, 2020

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By Saeed Ghaffari

What About Fullerton?

 

History & General Info

 

Fullerton is located in North Orange County and was founded in 1887.  Historically it was a center of agriculture, notably groves of Valencia oranges and other citrus crops; petroleum extraction; transportation; and manufacturing. From the mid-1940s through the late 1990s, Fullerton was home to a large industrial base made up of aerospace contractors, canneries, paper products manufacturers, and is considered to be the birthplace of the electric guitar, due in a large part to Leo Fender. The headquarters of Vons, which is owned by Albertsons, a giant supermarket chain is also located in Fullerton.

 

Schools

33 schools, 27public & 6 private

Highest & Lowest ratings: 5 with 10 rating and 3 with a rating of 3 and a the rest in between, 10 being best.

Schools with a 10 rating: Alicia Elementary, Beechwood Elementary, Laguna Road Elementary, Robert C Fisler Elementary & Troy High.

 

Population

 139,976 as of 2010 census with the median income of $65,909 and median age of 35.

 

Attractions

Fullerton is home to 9 colleges and universities including Fullerton Junior College, Cal State University Fullerton & Western State College of Law, Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton Municipal Airport, and Fullerton Sports Complex.

Fullerton is also in close proximity to So Cal  beaches and mountains, has many parks (in excess of 40 small and large) and its residents and visitors enjoy many recreational and community activities throughout the year to include visits to Disneyland, located within minutes in the neighboring city of Anaheim.

 

Real Estate Market

 

  Single Family Residence Condominium
Median Price $859,000 $419,900
Price Per Square Foot $434 $425

 

Single Family

 

Condo

 

 

Here is the rental market in Fullerton:

 

  Median Rent
  1 Bedroom 2 bedroom 3 bedroom 4 bedroom
Median Rent $1,543 $1,925 $2,705 $3,125

 


 

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