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Following is a typical Appraisal Location description utilized by the Appraiser in analyzing the general area market trends. 

San Jacinto Area Description

According to the 2000 official report of the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 23,923 residents in San Jacinto, California. This is equivalent to 5,967 families and 8,336 households. Also, the census report shows that there are 21,854 individuals who have been living in San Jacinto for at least five years.

Out of the total number of San Jacinto residents, there are 6,871 of individuals aged 3 years and above who are enrolled in school. This is further spread out to 293 nursery school entrants, 603 kindergarten pupils, 3,372 elementary school enrollees, 1,595 high school students and 1,008 college and graduate school enrollees.

In terms of employment status, the U.S. Census Bureau conveys that there are 8,677 individuals that comprise the city's labor force. This is from the 17,235 total number of San Jacinto residents that are aged 16 years and above. It is to say that therefore, there are 8,558 residents who are not in the labor force. San Jacinto's Civilian labor force has 8,603 workers while the armed forces has 74 servants.

From those who are in the labor force, 7,606 are employed workers and only 997 are unemployed. The employed workers include 3,502 working females. This is from the 9,167 total female population aged 16 and above, of which 4,019 are in the labor force.

The USCB official census report also shows that there are 7,606 employed civilians aged 16 years and above. There are 5,571 private wage and salary workers, 1,234 government workers, 740 self-employed workers and 61 unpaid family workers. Civilian occupations are spread out to 1,714 workers who are in management professionals and related occupations; 1,669 workers in service occupations; 1,711 workers sales and office occupations; 196 workers in farming, fishing and forestry occupations; 973 workers in construction, extraction and maintenance occupations; and 1,343 workers in production, transportation and material moving occupations.

The same census results reflect that the most frequented work industries are those that concern retail trade, manufacturing and educational, health and social services.

San Jacinto City has a per capita income $13,265. Of which, the male full-time, year-round workers reap a median earning of $31,764 and the female full-time, year-round workers have a median earning of $25,392.

The US census results of 2000 identify that there are 8,336 households in San Jacinto with a median income of $30,627. This is derived from 1,084 lowest-earning households with an annual income of less than $10,000 and from the 14 highest-earning households with an annual income of $200,000 and more.

In terms of family income, the US Census Bureau reports that the median income for all of 5,967 families in San Jacinto adds up to $ 34,717. This covers the 424 lowest earning families with annual earnings of $10,000 or less and also the highes earning ones with annual earnings of $200,000 or more. In terms of poverty status, the census report conveys that there are 4,803 individuals who are below poverty level. This is tantamount to 906 married couple families and 397 families with female householders and with no husband present.

Also, the US Census Bureau reports that among the 9,435 total number of housing units in San Jacinto, California, there are 2,306 mobile homes. This is excluding 272 housing units in boats and vans; 5,052 detached single units; 593 attached single units; 245 double housing units; 408 3 to 4-unit houses; 191 5 to 9-unit houses; 1 10 to 19-unit houses; and 269 20 or more- unit houses.

Out of the total number of housing units, only 8,336 are occupied. Among the occupied ones, 4,011 houses are occupied by the owners themselves while 2,366 houses are occupied by renters.

The owner occupied housing units have a median value of $96,900. Of which, 3,062 are mortgaged with a median expense of $941. On the other hand, there are 949 housing units that are not mortgaged, with a median expense of only $238.

Out of the 2,366 rented housing units, 139 houses have no cash rent. The median cash rent sums up to $513.

None of the vacant housing units were sold below $90,000. Only few of the vacant housing units had asking price between $90,000 and $99,999, and most had a $200,000 to $249,999 price tag. None of the housing units were sold above $250,000. The median asking price was $219,100.

On the other hand, the United States Census Bureau has found out that there are 215 vacant housing units that are for sale. The median asking price for such housing units amounts to $115,400. There are also 375 vacant housing units that are for rent and the median rent price is rated at $366.

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Additional statistical data for the area is presented below: Please note: differences between the above and below values are related to differing sources, though the ranges are considered to be quite reliable.