Santa Monica Community Overview

90401

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2000)      18%
Population Density (ppl/mile)           6,910
Household Size (ppl)                               1.4
Households w/Children                        6.4%

Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover             21%
5+ Years in Residency                           23%
Median Year in Residency                    2%

Population Demographics:  5,938            Households:  3,725             Median Age:  41

Climate and Weather

Temperature (degrees F)

January – Low of  50/High of 64                  July – Low of 62/High of 69

Weather Risk

Scoring 100 for the national average – Earthquake risk – 379/Tornado risk – 63

Educational Climate Index – High

Highest Level Attained – Bachelor Degree – 30.9%/Graduate Degree – 16.6%

Workforce – 82% White Collar    – Median Income – $40,147

Fair Market Rents:

Studio   $1,000
1 Bedroom    $1,205
2 Bedroom    $1,505
3 Bedroom  $2,022
4 Bedroom $2,433

Crime

Robbery, assault, burglary, larceny and auto theft are all above the national average.

90402

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2000)    3%
Population Density (ppl/mile)         6,260
Household Size (ppl)                             2.23
Households w/children                       24.9%


Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover            14%
5+ Years in Residency                          43%
Median Year in Residency                  4%

Population Demographics

Total:  12,468         Households:  5,585      Median Age:  44

Climate and Weather

Temperature (degrees F)

January – Low of 50/High of 64                    July – Low of 62/High of 69

Weather Risk

Scoring 100 for the national average – Earthquake risk – 432/Tornado risk – 61

Educational Climate Index – 4 out of 5

Highest Level Attained – Bachelor Degree – 35.8%/Graduate Degree – 33.6%

Workforce – 83% White Collar    – Median Income – $135,986

Fair Market Rents:

Studio   $1,733
1 Bedroom    $2,089
2 Bedroom    $2,609
3 Bedroom  $3,504
4 Bedroom $4,217

Crime

This area is above the average in all crime categories.

90403

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2000)      -1%
Population Density (ppl/mile)           16,003
Household Size (ppl)                               1.67
Households w/Children                        12.5%

Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover           20%
5+ Years in Residency                         31%
Median Year in Residency                  3%

Population Demographics

Total:  22,243       Households:  13,064            Median Age:  41

Climate and Weather

Temperature (degrees F)

January – Low of 50/High of 64                    July – Low of 62/High of 69

Weather Risk

Scoring 100 for the national average – Earthquake risk – 420/Tornado risk – 62

Educational Climate Index – High

Highest Level Attained – Bachelor Degree – 37.9%/Graduate Degree – 24.9%

Workforce – 85% White Collar    – Median Income – $68,865

Fair Market Rents:

Studio   $1,090
1 Bedroom    $1,314
2 Bedroom    $1,641
3 Bedroom  $2,204
4 Bedroom $2,653

Crime

Violent crime and auto theft is above the national average.  Burglary is below.

90404

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2000)      5%
Population Density (ppl/mile)           10,862
Household Size (ppl)                               2.07
Households w/Children                        20.7%

Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover           22%
5+ Years in Residency                         30%
Median Year in Residency                  3%

Population Demographics

Total:  22,045       Households:  10,078          Median Age:  37

Climate and Weather

Temperature (degrees F)

January – Low of 50/High of 64                    July – Low of 62/High of 69

Weather Risk

Scoring 100 for the national average – Earthquake risk – 409/Tornado risk – 63

Educational Climate Index – High

Highest Level Attained – Bachelor Degree – 25.2%/Graduate Degree – 15.0%

Workforce – 82% White Collar    – Median Income – $47,766

Fair Market Rents:

Studio   $989
1 Bedroom    $1,192
2 Bedroom    $1,999
3 Bedroom  $2,204
4 Bedroom $2,406

Crime

This area is above average in all crime categories.

90405

Population Growth (since 2000)      -2%
Population Density (ppl/mile)           9,109
Household Size (ppl)                               1.8
Households w/Children                        15.3%

Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover           19%
5+ Years in Residency                         34%
Median Year in Residency                  3%

Population Demographics

Total:  24,567      Households:  13,546       Median Age:  40

Climate and Weather

Temperature (degrees F)

January – Low of 50/High of 64                    July – Low of 62/High of 69

Weather Risk

Scoring 100 for the national average – Earthquake risk 367/Tornado risk – 63

Educational Climate Index – High

Highest Level Attained – Bachelor Degree – 33.6%/Graduate Degree – 24.7%

Workforce – 82% White Collar    – Median Income – $65,445

Fair Market Rents:

Studio   $1,143
1 Bedroom    $1,378
2 Bedroom    $1,721
3 Bedroom  $2,311
4 Bedroom $2,781

Crime

This area is above average in most crime categories.

Jane Peters

Jane Peters is a Los Angeles Realtor®, specializing in absentee owners, out-of-town-buyers and those needing that extra personal touch to make the buying and selling of Los Angeles real estate a smooth and, believe it or not, fun process.

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