Agent Name Craig Druckrey

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Real Estate Agent San Juan Capistrano

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A Look Into the City of San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California

Have the best real estate agent San Juan Capistrano has to offer supply you with all the information you need about the city and its data. San Juan Capistrano is a part of the Orange Country in California. It is located in the southern part of the city, around 23 miles southeast of Downtown Santa Ana. The city is currently designated by the OMB as “Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, CA.” It serves as a home to 34,593 residents, as per the 2010 US Census, which showed an increase from the 33,826 residents during the 2000 census.

The City’s Landscape

San Juan Capistrano has the Mission San Juan Capistrano at its center. Strip malls and homes surrounding the mission are designed with Spanish architectural style similar to that of the mission. The city boasts of the most diverse styles of homes in the county. It has homes built during the 18th century in the central district, some of which are adobes, working ranches located in the city’s foothills, and multi-million dollar homes safely housed in gated communities. Aside from human residents, the city is also home to cliff swallows that migrate annually from Argentina to the mission.

The Population

According to the 2010 United States Census, San Juan Capistrano had 34,593. This meant that the population density of the city was 2,419.9 residents per square mile. The city is composed of 26,664 White, 55.8% of whom are Non-Hispanic White, 193 African Americans, 286 Native Americans, 975 Asians, 33 Pacific Islanders, 5,234 descended from other races, and 1,208 descended from two or more races. The Latinos or Hispanics of any race were 13,388 people.

The census also showed that there were 34,506 residents who lived in households and 87 who resided in non-institutionalized group quarters.

Out of the 11,934 households, there were 4,030 households that had minors living in them. There were also 6,706 households that are made of opposite-sex married couples, 1,089 households with only a female householder or single mom present, and 526 households with only a male householder present. Of the city’s households, there were also 456 households made of unmarried opposite-sex couples, 87 households with same-sex married couples and partnerships, and 2,381 households with individuals, and 1,407 households made of residents who are 65 years or older and living alone.

On the average, the household size in the city was 3.03. The census showed that there were 8,321 families and that the family size was 3.44 on the average.

The age makeup of the city’s population also varied. There were 8,518 residents who were under the age of 18; 3,066 residents who are aged 18 to 24; 7,804 residents who were aged 25 to 44; 9,792 residents who were aged 45 to 64; and 5,413 residents who were aged 65 or older. The median age of the residents was 40.2 years.

Gender wise, there was not much difference between the population of men and women in the city. There were 98.3 males for every 100 females. There were also 96.7 male for every 100 females who are aged 18 and over.

The city had 11,940 housing units, which brought the average density to 835.2 per square mile. Of these housing units, 8,462 were occupied by the homeowners and 2,932 were rented. The homeowner vacancy rate in the city was 1.3%, while the rental vacancy rate was higher at 4.7%. There were 24,052 residents who lived in units occupied by homeowners and 10,454 who resided in rental housing units.

The Educational Environment

San Juan Capistrano is included in the Capistrano Unified High School District. 

The San Juan Hills High School had 600 freshmen students in the academic year of 2007-2008. This is the only public high school in the city. It now educates almost all of the high school students from San Juan Capistrano, as well as those who are from San Clemente High School, Capistrano Beach, and southern Ladera Ranch. These residents refused to send their students to a school in San Juan because it was too far from the schools that they used to attend in their own communities. The tension between the residents of these communities has died down, but there is still lingering resentment in the fact that students from Capistrano Beach, who used to attend the San Clemente High School, are required to go to a much more distant high school in San Juan. The residents are lobbying for the Orange County to stick to its original long range plan and finish the making of the La Pata Parkway that passes through San Clemente. Once the project is completed, it would allow students residing in the Talega subdivision to go to the school that was built for them instead of still going to the San Clemente High School.

There are four private college prep Christian schools in the city. Three of the schools including the Capistrano Valley Christian Schools, Saddleback Valley Christian School, and St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, are all offering Pre-K through 12th grade. Only the J. Serra Catholic High School is offering 9th to 12th grade.

There are also two private kindergarten through 8th grade schools in the city, called the Rancho Capistrano Christian School and Mission Parish School. The Rancho Capistrano Christian School is on the Crystal Cathedral’s south campus, specifically off Highway 5. It also doubles as a venue for summer camps, conventions, and meetings. The Mission Parish School is located right on the Mission grounds and event uses some of the ancient buildings’ rooms as classrooms.

Our real estate agent San Juan Capistrano CA webpage is designed to provide information about the city. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the area, have the top Realtor in San Juan Capistrano assist you. Our real estate agents are experts in the local market, and know San Juan Capistrano inside and out. Real estate agents are not all the same; work with an agent with a proven track record. Our real estate agents combine their knowledge with an Orange County home loan expert to arrange financing for their clients if needed, to further assist in the home buying process. To find out more about our San Juan Capistrano real estate agent, please contact the agent listed above.

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