Patterson California Real Estate
This page looks at data from the California housing market in Patterson, provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Real Estate Statistics.
Patterson ranks No.1 and has the second highest median home price in California, behind San Francisco, and is larger than the Diablo Grande CDP, pictured below. The $1,503 rental rate is also useful for understanding affordable housing funds and provides a frequency of home price distribution across the region, but is only slightly higher than Patterson compared to the states of California. Patterson displays property taxes paid by homeowners in the region and provides information on the number of homes in Patterson and the total cost of living for each homeowner. This is the largest, showing that Patterson has one of the highest rates of affordable housing in California for homes with a median income above $100,000.
Patterson has a 9% share of income from rent, the highest in the state of California and the second highest in California.
Third, the percentage of homes with mortgages and mortgages is shown, and the percentage of homes financed by the government - insured loans are excluded if there is a mortgage where the principal exceeds the appropriate credit limit. NeighborhoodScout will update the rate of appreciation when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac buy or securitize additional mortgages. The median value of U.S. homes was $1.1 million at the end of the first quarter of 2012, according to the Federal Reserve, compared with $900,000 in the previous quarter.
Using the algorithm developed by Dr. Schiller at NeighborhoodScout, he combined the data into an updated historical database, which he then used to estimate the value added rate for each city, city, and neighborhood over the period. For example, some neighborhoods are at the top of the list of the highest appreciation rates in the US, but are only about half the average appreciation over the same period, and some are also reported as being below the 10% that are highest.
Patterson is portrayed as having one of the median property tax rates of $2,567 per unit, which is the second highest in the United States after New York City. Patterson is 16.1% larger in terms of median property taxes paid, compared to the US average of 2,471, but it is about one-twelfth the size of residential units. Compared to the median real estate tax rate of 1.5%, the average for California, and the U.S. average, Patterson was 16-1 higher over the same period.
Patterson is represented as a 24% mortgage, which is the largest of all major places in the Patterson region. Patterson California ranks second in the United States in terms of the number of units per square mile, and has the second highest median price per unit of $2,567, behind New York City. It turns out it has a "no mortgage" rate of 12%, which is less than most other places in the area, but it has a mean property tax rate of 1.5% and 2.1%.
Patterson is described as a "tenant" at 38.8%, which is the second lowest when the percentage of tenants from other places is sorted by larger regions. It is also shown having the second highest median price per unit of $2,567, behind New York City, while it has a tenant percentage (38%) of 8.5%, which was the second largest in the region, and illustrates the high proportion of owners - residential units in Patterson.
This analysis is useful for understanding affordable housing and residential ownership by excluding the financing costs of the areas depicted and the share of owners - units in Patterson.
Patterson is presented as a median home value of $306,900, which is the same as in Figure 10, but higher than the median home value in the entire Patterson metro area. Patterson has an average household income of about $50,000 a year, according to the data, $2,500 more than in other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. Figure 11 shows the proportion of people owning a home in Patterson and the metro area. This includes the cost of accommodation and associated costs such as mortgage interest, property taxes, insurance and property taxes, as well as the cost of utilities, utilities and utilities on the property.
Patterson has an average household income of about $50,000 a year, according to the data, $2,500 more than in other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. Patterson has a median home value of $306,900 and a median mortgage rate of 4.5 percent, but a higher median property tax rate than the metro region as a whole of 5.3 percent.
Patterson is portrayed as a median owner's cost of $1,680, about $500 more than in other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. Patterson has a median mortgage rate of 4.5 percent, but a higher median property tax rate than the metro region as a whole of 5.3 percent. It ranks third on the list of California's 10 most expensive real estate markets, with the highest median home value and the second highest mortgage rates in the state.