El Cajon Homes for Sale & Real Estate
By far one of the largest in terms of its population, El Cajon is a major part of the San Diego County and is picturesque place with valleys surrounding it and earning the name "The Big Box".At the last count, nearly 100,116 people reside within its boundaries. After their departure, the city became incorporated in 1912, but still has its remnants from the past, especially the Mexican and Spanish influence. The El Cajon community is the 71st largest in the state and has undergone quite a bit of new construction as of late. El Cajon has witnessed a growth in residential real estate developments.
El Cajon Homes for Sale and Real Estate The median price per square foot in El Cajon homes for sale has increased over the last 12 months. The average sales price for homes in the El Cajon community has also increased between the months of August and October of 2012. The number of home sales in El Cajon declined slightly over the last year and the average listing price in the community has shown a continual decline as of late.
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El Cajon Weather
The average high temperature in July is 87 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 42.3 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 12.2 inches per year, with 0 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.
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Pacific Hills Realty
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Sea Coast Exclusive Propertie
Danuta Realty Inc.
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