Nestled in the southeast corner of Ventura County – and just a 40 mile drive to LA – Simi Valley, California (which is also oftentimes referred to as “Reagan Country”), can offer a lot of value for the money, without having to give up the conveniences of big city living.
Just some of the other accolades that Simi Valley has accumulated over the years is its raking of being the fifth-happiest city in the United States, along with being the seventh safest city in the U.S., per FBI statistics.
But with recent home prices inching ever so much higher in Simi Valley, is it too late to take advantage of the buyer’s market in this desirable area?
The answer is no – at least not according to data collected by Zillow. While the value of Simi Valley homes has risen by roughly 2.9% over the past year, future home values in Simi Valley are predicted to increase by more than 6% over the next 12 months.
With the median price of homes currently listed in Simi Valley hovering just under $600K, the actual sale prices, on average, have actually come in closer to $562,000. And with access to the mountains, the water, and a long list of other desirable amenities, there are a lot of advantages to calling Simi Valley home.
If you’re considering making a move soon, we can help you through the process of both finding your ideal next home, along with locating the right buyer for your current residence – and we can start by offering you a no-cost, no obligation valuation of your present home so that you’ll know where to start with the list price.
Have questions or want more information on making a move in the Southern California locale? Just contact us.