The Beaumont Real Estate market has recently been ranked as the best in Riverside County due to its luxurious apartments, condos and single-family homes. The City is located close to Los Angeles, and the cost of housing is low. Therefore, since 2000, the city has experienced an influx of people. The 2010 population census recorded a population of 36,877 people from 11,384 in 2000. Beaumont was incorporated in November 1912. Beaumont means “Beautiful Mountains” in French. The city has been used to shoot movies such as “How to make an American Quilt” and TV series such as ‘My Name is Earl.”
Over the past year, the value of Beaumont homes has increased by 5.0%. In 2017 the median home value was $97,064. According to Mavoto statistics, between March and April 2018, the median price decreased by 1%, and the median list price stood at $359,995. Zillow predicts an increase of 3.0% by 2019. Currently, the median cost per square foot is $198. Since March 2018, the resale inventory has been around 153 which is an increase of 2% from previous years.
The city’s schools have skilled and experienced teachers to equip your children with the curriculum and technology. The city’s schools are: a) elementary schools such as Tournament Hills, Three Rings Ranch, Sundance, Palm Avenue, Highland Springs, Brookside and Anna House. b) San Gorgonio, Mountain View, and Highland Academy Charter School. c) High schools such as Glen View, and Beaumont High School.
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The city is small and family oriented. Therefore, the crime rate is low. It is rated at 19/100 by Beaumont police department. The city enjoys beautiful scenic views of the mountains, the beaches and the deserts around the city. The residents go shopping at Cabazon (which is up the freeway) or Moreno Valley (which is a 15 minutes’ drive). The city’s community center has a basketball court, a skateboard park, family-centered library and a state of the art resort where you and your family can enjoy a meal. The city’s residents enjoy wildlife animals such foxes, coyotes, and quilts.
Beaumont demographics include Asians, African American, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, Latinos, and Non-Hispanic whites. According to the 2010 census, Beaumont population stood at 36,877. The average family size is 3.44. There are 12,908 housing units with an average density of 161.2/km2 of which 25% were rented, and 75.0% were owner-occupied. The rental vacancy rate stands at 5.9% and the homeowner’s vacancy rate at 4.3%.
Beaumont is a warm-summer Mediterranean climate as classified by Köppen Climate Classification and abbreviated as “Csa” on the maps. The occurrence of snow in Beaumont is rare and thus during winter when most people in the USA are warming up at home, the residents of Beaumont can enjoy outdoor events in warm weather. During summer, temperatures reach up to 95⁰F. Since Beaumont is at a higher elevation than its neighboring cities such as San Jacinto, Perris, Hemet, and Riverside, it is usually 5 -10⁰ cooler and has less smoggy air. This phenomenon makes it more desirable for development. Annual precipitation reaches approximately 17 inches. There are 267 sunny days in Beaumont and the hottest month is July with 94⁰F while the coldest month is January with 41⁰F. Beaumont is ranked no. 83/100 and considered to be a comfortable area to live in by Sperling’s comfort index.