La Habra East is a neighborhood in the city of La Habra, California.
Medium-sized (three or four bedroom) to tiny (studio to two bedroom) single-family homes and apartment buildings/high-rise apartments make up the majority of the real estate in La Habra East. A mixture of owners and renters occupy the majority of the residential real estate. The majority of the houses in the La Habra East area were constructed between 1940 and 1969, making them older and more established. Additionally, a handful of houses were constructed between 1970 and 1999.
La Habra East has a 4.4% real estate vacancy rate, which is less than 73.6% of American communities. The demand for real estate in La Habra East is higher than the national average, which may indicate a need for price rises or new residential development in this area.
La Habra East’s median home price of $916,728 makes it more costly than 65.9% of Californian neighborhoods and 92.1% of American neighborhoods.
According to analysis, the current average rental cost in La Habra East is $2,890. Currently, this neighborhood’s rents are less expensive than 51.3% of California neighborhoods.
Notably, 2.2% of people there who are five years old and older speak Arabic at home the majority of the time. Despite the fact that this might seem like a small amount, it is higher than 95.3% of American communities.
La Habra’s La Habra East area has upper-middle class neighbors, making it a neighborhood with higher income levels. This community has a greater income than 75.2% of the neighborhoods in America, according to analysis. A lower rate of childhood poverty than that observed in 63.8% of American areas is also present in this neighborhood, where 5.8% of the children aged seventeen and under live below the federal poverty line.
Mexicans are the most prevalent ethnic group or ancestry among residents of the La Habra East neighborhood in La Habra, California (48.4%). In addition, there are many people of German heritage (14.7%), many people with English ancestry (7.7%), some people with Irish ancestry (6.3%), and some people with Asian ancestry (4.2%). Additionally, 22.0% of the people living in this community were born overseas.
People in this neighborhood speak a variety of languages. These are the languages that people most frequently speak when they are at home with their families, according to statistics. English is the language that 54.8% of households in the La Habra East area use as their primary language. The Spanish and Arabic spoken here are also significant languages.
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