Craig Park real estate consists mostly of medium to big (four, five, or more bedroom) single-family homes and townhomes. The majority of residential real estate is owner-occupied. Many of the homes in the Craig Park area are older and well-established, having been constructed between 1940 and 1969. A number of houses were also constructed between 1970 and 1999.
The Craig Park neighborhood boasts some of the lowest rates of children living in poverty of any community in the United States. In a country where almost one in every four children lives in poverty, the Craig Park neighborhood genuinely stands out.
Furthermore, if you’re seeking for a nice place to raise a family, the Craig Park area is a great choice. The combination of superior quality public schools, above-average crime safety, and a high rate of home ownership in mostly single-family houses contribute to this neighborhood being among the top 14.4% of family-friendly neighborhoods in California. Furthermore, a large proportion of other families with school-aged children live here, making it simple for parents and their children to socialize and create a sense of community support. Furthermore, families here place a high value on education, as evidenced by the strength of the local schools, which is owed in part to the educational attainment of the parents who vote in favor of the public schools.
Regardless of how inhabitants commute, the length of commute in this community is significant. Long commutes can be exhausting. They consume your time, money, and energy, leaving you with less time and energy for yourself and your family. Craig Park residents, sadly, have the distinction of having the longest average commute of any community in America. 11.5% of commuters in this area travel more than an hour one-way to work. That equates to more than two hours per day. This percentage of commutes lasting two hours or more is greater than the 96.7% among all neighborhoods in America.
Significantly, 5.5% of its population aged five and up speak Korean at home. While this may appear to be a small amount, it is greater than 99.0% of American communities.
Craig Park’s median real estate price is $935,706, making it more expensive than 66.9% of California neighborhoods and 92.4% of US neighborhoods.
Craig Park’s current average rental price is $3,854. The average rental cost in this community is higher than in 76.5% of California neighborhoods.
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