The news is in from CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS!
For the second consecutive year, six cities in California -- more than any other state -- were listed among the nation's top 25 safest cities, according to Morgan Quitno Press, publisher of the 12th annual "City Crime Rankings."
Based on 2004 crime statistics released by the FBI, the Golden State's "safest" cities are
Mission Viejo (#4),
Thousand Oaks (#7),
Lake Forest (#9),
and Simi Valley (#22).
Additionally, San Jose and San Diego are among the safest cities with populations of 500,000 or more, ranked first and sixth, respectively.
According to the report, Newton, Mass., is "America's Safest City," while Camden, N.J., is the nation's most dangerous city. Camden is joined at the bottom of the crime rankings by Detroit, Mich., St. Louis, Flint, Mich., and Richmond, Va.
If you are interested in purchasing in any of these cities or other ones in Southern California, give us a call, or email us with your name, phone number and address so we can send you more information on upcoming houses for sale.
If you need to sell your current property to purchase another house, we can help you and guide you with a 1031 exchange to save you money.
Call us to list your home for sale today.