Fullerton Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $518,200
    19.1%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    338
    30-day change

Fullerton Schools and Demographics

 
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Education near Fullerton, CA

City County
High School Graduates 85.26 83.6
College Degree - 2 year 7.8 7.78
College Degree - 4 year 37.31 36.58
Graduate Degree 8.35 8.51
Expenditures per Student 9,910 9,910
Students per Teacher 27 23.8

Elementary Schools near Fullerton, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Acacia Elementary School KG - 06 593 22.9 92831
Beechwood Elementary School KG - 08 866 21.4 92835
Commonwealth Elementary School KG - 06 403 16.6 92831
Fern Drive Elementary School KG - 06 566 23.6 92833
Golden Hill Elementary School KG - 06 751 23.2 92832
Hermosa Drive Elementary School KG - 06 531 21.1 92835
Laguna Road Elementary School KG - 06 620 22.9 92835
Maple Elementary School KG - 06 411 19.6 92832
Orangethorpe Elementary School KG - 06 774 19.9 92833
Pacific Drive Elementary School KG - 06 669 18.8 92833
Raymond Elementary School KG - 06 459 20.7 92831
Richman Elementary School KG - 06 755 19 92832
Robert C. Fisler Elementary School KG - 08 952 23.6 92833
Rolling Hills Elementary School KG - 06 679 22 92835
Sunset Lane Elementary School KG - 07 730 23.4 92833
Topaz Elementary School KG - 06 492 18.9 92631
Valencia Park Elementary School KG - 06 682 17 92833
Woodcrest Elementary School KG - 06 487 16.8 92832

Middle Schools near Fullerton, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
D. Russell Parks Junior High School 07 - 08 1,009 22.8 92833
Ladera Vista Junior High School 06 - 08 941 21.4 92831
Nicolas Junior High School 07 - 08 770 20.5 92833

High Schools near Fullerton, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Fullerton Union High School 08 - 12 2,143 22.1 92832
Sunny Hills High School 08 - 12 2,518 24.3 92833
Troy High School 08 - 12 2,565 21.4 92831

Ungraded Schools near Fullerton, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
* La Sierra High (Alternative) School 08 - 12 649 46.3 92831
* La Vista High (Continuation) School 09 - 12 558 18.6 92831

Private Schools near Fullerton, CA

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Annunciation Catholic School PK - 8 159 13.7 92833
Arborland Montessori & Education Center PK - 4 147 4.1 92833
Arborland Montessori Children's Academy PK - 6 110 7.9 92833
Berkeley School KG - 6 39 7.4 92832
Eastside Christian Schools PK - 12 462 11.2 92831
Ivycrest Montessori Private School PK - 6 225 11 92831
St. Juliana Falconieri School KG - 8 286 19.9 92831
West Fullerton Christain School KG - 7 13 13 92833

Colleges near Fullerton, CA

Tuition URL ZIP
California State University-Fullerton $2804 www.fullerton.edu 92831
Fullerton College $624 www.fullcoll.edu 92832
Hope International University $16400 www.hiu.edu 92831
Southern California College of Optometry www.scco.edu 92831
Western State University-College of Law-Ar... www.wsulaw.edu 92831

Demographics near Fullerton, CA

City County
Neighborhood Type
Population 135,419 3,021,840
Population Density 6,058 3,822
Median Age 34.5 36.2
People per Household 3 3
Median Household Income 67,617 75,566
Average Income per Capita 30,503 34,233

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 The city of Fullerton is located in Northern Orange County, California. Based on the 2010 census, the city’s population was at 135,161. Fullerton was established in 1887 and in those days, it was an agricultural center growing oranges and other citrus produce. It was also involved in industrialization such as transportation, manufacturing, and petroleum extraction. Fullerton has developed into a residential and commercial district. Today, the city has over 50 city parks, private and public institutions of learning, theatres, restaurants, hotels, cultural centers, retail stores, shopping malls and a lot more. The residents of Fullerton are from different ethnic backgrounds and their numbers have continued to increase due to housing development. 

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 The Ralph B. Clark Regional Park in northwest of Fullerton is a site where evidence of prehistoric animal habitation has been found.  The region had its first European visitors in 1769; however, they were just passing through.  The Malden brothers Edward and George Amerige were the first to own a large acreage of land in Fullerton after negotiating with the president of the Pacific Land and Improvement Company, George H. Fullerton.  Most of Fullerton at the time was underdeveloped; however, cultivation of avocados and walnuts flourished. In 1880, the discovery of oil led to the industrialization of the town. More people began to settle in the city of Fullerton, and this led to the development of housing units to cater for the increasing number of residents. Today, housing development is still on the rise, and the housing and neighborhood services in Fullerton assists the homeless, and those at risk of becoming homeless as well as the low to moderate income families and individuals. It offers supports in the areas of development of affordable housing, rehabilitation of poor-quality housing and city services in distraught areas and populations. Currently, Fullerton has a Down Payment Assistance Program, Housing Rehabilitation Grants Program and a Housing Rehabilitation Loan for Owners and Investors Program to help residents with low and moderate incomes keep their homes. The City also offers programs that help low income families pay their rent. 

Fullerton Community Activities
The Fullerton Community Center offers  a variety of outdoor spaces and rooms where residents can hold family parties, corporate events, fundraiser events, weddings and pool parties. There is also a gymnasium with health and fitness classes. Youth programs are also available including after-school programs, day camps, Youth in Action, Rock City, Teen scene and many more. These programs are beneficial to the youth community of Fullerton as they help enhance their learning skills. Both the youth and adults can take part in sports such as swimming, dancing, softball, tennis and racquetball.  The center also offers other adult programs and services including billiards room, lounge and library.

Fullerton Employment Opportunities                 
 

St. Jude Medical Hospital


The city Fullerton is commercially developed and has over the years attracted thousands of businesses to its region including restaurants, retails stores, specialty stores, and shopping malls among others. Recruitment is open to all residents, and vacant positions can be found at the Fullerton city employment page. The top employers in Fullerton include;

 Fullerton Attractions Fullerton has many tourist attraction sites including historical sites, numerous lush green parks such as Hillcrest Park, Boisserance Park, Loma Vista memorial Park, Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, Vista Del Valle Park, Laguna Lake Park and many others.  Other places of interest include; City of Fullerton Parks and Recreation Fullerton is a vibrant city full of entertainment spots especially on Fullerton downtown, there are also other numerous spots for tourist attractions.

Fullerton Transport System
Many passengers pass through the Fullerton Transportation Center making it the busiest stop along Metrolink’s Orange County route. Metrolink provides commuters with reliable and affordable rail service. It serves over 50 stations in six counties, and by 2020, the numbers of commuters getting on and off Fullerton station will have more than doubled and therefore, Metrolink is planning on increasing its services over the next few years. Fullerton also has an Airport, the only one in Orange County. It is located at the heart of Los Angeles basin and is contiguous to Highway 91 and Interstate 5. The Airport financially supports itself fully, and therefore, does receive any funding from the City. Fullerton attractions like Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland are less than 10 miles from the airport.

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Fullerton Weather

The average high temperature in July is 84 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 47.1 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 12.4 inches per year, with 0.1 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.

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Legacy Homes
P.O. Box 5237
Fullerton, CA
714-526-1800
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Samak Realty
P.O. Box 3777
Fullerton, CA
714-855-8591
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Crane Real Estate
1965 E Chapman Ave
Fullerton, CA
714-871-8100
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The Shire Real Estate Group
1601 E. Chapman Ave.
Fullerton, CA
714-626-8880
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Knoll Financial, Inc.
1525 E. Chapman Ave.
Fullerton, CA
714-871-1967
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Gilbert S Arellano, Broker
1519 E. Chapman Ave #
Fullerton, CA
714-853-9631
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Allstar 21 Realty
1519 E Chapman Ave #239
FULLERTON, CA
714-464-2995
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Hayes Land Office
2501 E. Chapman Ave. Ste.100
Fullerton, CA
714-333-1750
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Vanguard Investment Propertie
118 N. State College
Fullerton, CA
714-446-0100
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Infinity Real Estate Group
2601 E Chapman Ave. Suite #111
Fullerton, CA
714-447-4400
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