It’s important to decide where you want to settle before you begin looking for a new place to call home. Demographics, proximity to work or school, accessibility to public transportation, convenience to local amenities, proximity to family and friends, and other aspects of the neighborhood all play a role. There are a few ways to figure out if Airport Tract in Alhambra, California is the right place for you if you’re thinking about relocating there.
A section of Alhambra, Airport Tract is a local community. There are 1,035 people living in Airport Tract; 48% are men and 52% are women; the median age is 49; 17.5% of the residents are families with children; 27.5% are single women; 19% are single men; and 53.0% are couples. Average families in Airport Tract have 3.35 members, while the average size of a household is 2.90.
Airport Tract has a median household income of $69,410 and a median personal income of $36,545. Roughly 80% of the population has completed high school; 14% have attended college but do not hold a degree; 5% have earned an associate’s degree; 29% have a bachelor’s degree; and 6% have earned a master’s or doctorate. Condominiums and single-family homes are both available for purchase in the Airport Tract neighborhood of Alhambra. At $890,020, the median price of a home is at a record high.
In general, the public schools in the Airport Tract are above-average, scoring close to or even slightly above the Greater Los Angeles area mean. ZeroDown gives the restaurants in Airport Tract a score of 97 out of 100 for availability, quality, and variety. Because of its proximity to some of the best restaurants in the country, Airport Tract is a great place to live for foodies.
When compared to the rest of Greater Los Angeles, Airport Tract has a low crime rate.
The rate at which residences in the area have been selling in the past might be a useful predictor of the quality of the area as a whole. A high rate of home sales in the last, say, 5 years may suggest that this is a desirable location to put down roots. Low home sales after an area has been put up for sale may be an indication that locals are looking to leave. It would be interesting to hear from locals on the pros and cons of living in this area.
There are other considerations you might make beforehand. To what extent, for instance, do all the houses in the area share a similar appearance? That’s not necessarily a good sign that the HOA is the most flexible. Where can I park? If you had visitors from out of town, where would they leave their cars? It is possible that you already have a garage full of your own cars. How well-kept is the area where you live? As a result, you might be able to decide if you really want to live next to that kind of person.