Life In Temecula
What is it actually like living in Temecula? Is it safe? Is there lots to do? Is it good for weekend getaways? In this article and video we will talk about life in Temecula. We have had the opportunity to live all throughout Southern California over the past 15 years. After traveling the world, we decided to make Temecula California our home. Throughout the past 15 years we would visit Temecula regularly for Winery Tours, shows at the Pechanga Casino or dinner in Old Town Temecula. We always saw it as a very unique place to live in Southern California.
Temecula has a country style feel but still boasts a great deal of amenities and things to do throughout the city and surrounding area. If you are on the fence about moving or relocating to Temecula hopefully this article and video will help with your decision and give you an idea of what life in Temecula really is like.I will also go over some pros and cons of living in Temecula.
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Cost Of Living In Temecula
I have a few other videos and blog posts on cost-of-living that go more in-depth on this subject but overall Temecula is going to be one of the most affordable cities in all of Southern California in way of housing. having said that, if you’re coming from a state we’re home prices on average are $200,000, you’re going to be disappointed. I don’t like giving costs of housing because they constantly change and within 6 months the data could be significantly different.
The two most expensive things when you compare it to other areas of America would be gas and home prices. Other than that groceries are going to be relatively the same and our produce is significantly Superior to many parts of the United States well being very inexpensive. I can go to a grocery store like Sprouts and have produce for a few weeks for under $40.
Yes, gas is expensive but if you have a Costco membership it does help alleviate some of that pain. Gas at Costco is usually about $0.50 per gallon cheaper than any other gas station around. As long as you plan ahead, you will definitely save hundreds of dollars over the year filling up at Costco.
I would say restaurants are relatively the same in way of cost to most areas throughout the United States. We do have a lot of happy hours in Temecula which really help your wallet if you like to go for a quick bite to eat and a drink midweek. Usually, with a good happy hour you can have a drink or two and a couple appetizers for under $40.