Chula Vista Real Estate Market
Real estate median, low and high prices are based on Chula Vista listings that are currently active in AlexiouRealty.com, including detaches homes and attached condos, townhomes and rowhomes. This data continually changes as new and updated listings come on the market and it is provided only for your information. Visitors should exercise caution and always consult a professional Realtor prior to drawing final conclusions based on just active live listings data.
Like most, the real estate market in Chula Vista, CA is ever changing. For this reason it is important to have accurate and up to date Chula Vista real estate trends and housing data in order to make informed decisions on whether to buy or sell your Chula Vista home. On the charts below you will see current 6-month Chula Vista real estate trends updated daily so feel free to come back periodically to see how the Chula Vista real estate market has changed. Charts show real estate data in 90 day rolling averages.
Chula Vista Schools
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Chula Vista, CA 91910
About Chula Vista
In 1911, the city was known primarily for its lemon orchards. Today, Chula Vista is recognized for its yacht harbor with two marinas, recreational vehicle parks, shopping centers, golf courses, lodging, restaurants, parks, picnic areas, fishing pier and boat launching facility.
U.S. Olympic Training Center, Knott’s Soak City USA Water Park and the Coors Amphitheater have put Chula Vista toward the top of the list as a “must” family getaway. Whether you choose to live in Chula Vista or are looking for an exciting vacation spot, you are sure to enjoy all that Chula Vista has to offer.
Chula Vista real estate during the last years is booming as new commercial and residential development in the eastern part of the city continues. Plans to transform the city’s waterfront into a vibrant spot for people to work, live and play are moving ahead, and opportunities for new and established businesses in the city’s urban core are emerging as extensive redevelopment efforts get under way. Already, downtown is beginning to reap the rewards of some early redevelopment projects.
Good schools, a business-friendly local government and a growing skilled labor force are among the key attractions for large companies moving to the area. Many also benefit from Chula Vista ‘s proximity to Mexico for manufacturing and distribution purposes. Being close to the Mexican border is economically advantageous for Chula Vista for another reason too – the city is a prime shopping destination for many Mexican residents who make a substantial contribution to the economy.