TEMECULA REAL ESTATE AND ITS FUTURE
If you’re thinking of moving to Temecula, you have come to the right website. We provide a ton of information on Temecula real estate. I thought a blog post and video on Temecula real estate and its future were important. People need to hear both positives and negatives about the Temecula real estate market and its future from a licensed broker that’s in the trenches every day. This blog will talk about some important facts and hopefully help you make an informed decision on whether or not Temecula real estate will benefit you or your family in the future.
TEMECULA IS IN ITS INFANCY.
Even though Temecula has grown over 100% in the last 20 years, I feel it is still not known to the general public throughout the USA or the world as a top place to live or vacation. Whenever somebody talks about wine country in California, it’s always Napa or Sonoma, sometimes Paso Robles. When people talk about Southern California, they mean Los Angeles or San Diego. The way Temecula wine country is growing, with its affordability, safety, and sense of community, I feel that over the next 20 years, Temecula is going to be the place where people want to vacation or come to taste wine. Remember, Southern California has 20 million people, just by sheer volume, Temecula will become known.
My YouTube channel alone will bring in a hundred families over the next five years, lol. How does this relate to Temecula real estate? The more people who learn, hear, or read about Temecula, the faster the volume of vacations or weekend getaways will increase. Now you have more money and more people want to live here, which will drive up home prices. Temecula has many amenities to draw people in.
ARE PEOPLE REALLY LEAVING CALIFORNIA?
You hear it all the time: “I’m leaving California,” “I hate California,” “I can’t wait to leave.” Well, when you drive around Temecula, it sure doesn’t feel like people are leaving. Hundreds of homes are being built, and construction is crazy.
It is impossible to make the sun shine or the weather warm. One thing Temecula will always have is beautiful weather and lots of sunshine. When people get sick of the cold or want to retire, they typically move to an area where they can swim in pools year-round, golf year-round, and have tons of amenities to enjoy life.
People are going to figure out that Temecula is a beautiful city with tons to offer. I can go golfing tomorrow at 20 golf courses within a 40-minute drive for under $40. Where else in the United States can you do that? Not very many. This is good news for Temecula homeowners because more people wanting to live here means higher home prices. Simple supply and demand.
One of the best things about Temecula is that it has both beautiful neighborhoods and an amazing countryside that will never change. Reason being? Zoning only allows for one home on these 1–5-acre parcels of property. You have the best of both worlds here. If you like city life, Temecula has that; if you like horses or large properties, Temecula has that also. There are properties in Temecula to suit every lifestyle.
If you like the country feel, we’ve produced videos and blog posts on a few beautiful areas of Temecula with large lots and available horse property.
Schools that are safe, clean, and of high quality
As a real estate broker, these three things are very important to most people. Temecula has all three. I would have no fear walking down the streets in any part of Temecula late at night. You rarely see garbage on the streets or in public parks, and the schools are going to be in the top 20% with regards to the overall environment and test scores in the state of California. That’s a recipe for rising home prices. Of course, just like many other cities across Southern California, this could change. If the city takes pride in these three things and doesn’t let Temecula get overrun with drugs and homelessness, like many other Southern California cities, it will prosper.
This is something often overlooked but really important for people thinking about purchasing a home in Temecula. We have three airports within an hour and a half, the beach is 45 minutes away, Palm Springs is an hour away, skiing is 2 hours away, and Julian for apple pies is an hour away. I could go on and on. Temecula is in the middle of everything. A great example of convenience is when we lived in San Clemente, on the beach. Both my wife and I love Palm Springs, but we never went when living in Orange County. Reason being? The drive can be a nightmare, and half the time we didn’t feel like driving the two or three hours in traffic to get there.
So there you have it, five reasons why I think Temecula real estate and its future are very bright. This city is pretty amazing, and I can’t wait to see what happens over the next 10–20 years. If you are thinking of buying or selling in the area please keep us in mind. I am the owner and broker of Greenleaf Real Estate (see Google for reviews), and my wife is a certified and licensed appraiser. We have you covered, no matter what you need.
We have attached a local home search below showing all active homes in the area.