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  • 1. San Bernardino County
    Economic Profile
    June 2010
    The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) forbid the unauthorized reproduction of this report by any means,
    including facsimile or computerized formats. Copyright © 2010, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 2. San Bernardino County Profile
  • 3. Sales of Existing Detached Homes and Pacific West Consumer Confidence
    San Bernardino County, May 2010: 545 Units, Down 22.0% YTD, Down 20.7% YTY
    UNITS
    1000
    900
    INDEX
    160
    140
    Sales
    Consumer Confidence
    800
    120
    700
    100
    80
    60
    600
    500
    400
    300
    40
    200
    20
    0
    100
    0
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    The Conference Board
    Jul-90
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-90
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
  • 4. Sales of Existing Detached Homes
    San Bernardino County, 2009: 7,937 Units, Up 34.5% YTY
    MONTHLY
    ANNUAL
    UNITS
    9,000
    8,000
    7,000
    800
    700
    600
    6,000
    500
    5,000
    400
    300
    200
    4,000
    3,000
    2,000
    2006
    2007
    2008
    2009
    2010
    1,000
    0
    100
    0
    1989
    1992
    1995
    1998
    2001
    2004
    2007
    Jul
    Apr
    Oct
    Jun
    Jan
    Aug
    Feb
    Mar
    Dec
    Nov
    May
    Sept
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 5. Median Price of Existing Detached Homes
    San Bernardino County, May 2010: $153,770, Up 13.8% YTY
    $400,000
    $350,000
    $300,000
    $250,000
    $200,000
    $150,000
    $100,000
    $50,000
    $0
    Jul-90
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-90
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 6. Median Price Annual Comparison
    San Bernardino County, 2009: $149,578, Down 31.9% YTY
    MONTHLY
    ANNUAL
    $400,000
    $350,000
    $300,000
    $250,000
    $200,000
    $150,000
    $400,000
    $350,000
    $300,000
    $250,000
    $200,000
    $150,000
    $100,000
    $50,000
    $-
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
    2006
    2007
    2008
    2009
    2010
    $100,000
    $50,000
    $-
    1989
    1992
    1995
    1998
    2001
    2004
    2007
    Jul
    Oct
    Apr
    Jan
    Jun
    Feb
    Mar
    Aug
    Dec
    Nov
    May
    Sept
  • 7. Median Home Sales Price
    San Bernardino County
    Yearly %
    Change
    May-10
    May-09
    San Bernardino County
    Adelanto
    Apple Valley
    Barstow
    Big Bear City
    Big Bear Lake
    Bloomington
    Chino
    Chino Hills
    Colton
    Crestline
    Fontana
    Hesperia
    Highland
    Joshua Tree
    $160,000
    $90,000
    $123,500
    $54,000
    $140,500
    $231,000
    $160,000
    $299,000
    $437,750
    $121,000
    $102,500
    $221,000
    $115,500
    $171,750
    $76,500
    $137,750
    $75,000
    $100,000
    $65,000
    $217,500
    $301,750
    $100,000
    $260,000
    $405,000
    $100,000
    $138,500
    $182,000
    $122,000
    $183,500
    $98,000
    16.2%
    20.0%
    23.5%
    -16.9%
    -35.4%
    -23.4%
    60.0%
    15.0%
    8.1%
    21.0%
    -26.0%
    21.4%
    -5.3%
    -6.4%
    -21.9%
    SOURCE: C.A.R.; DataQuick Information Systems. The
    price statistics are derived from all types of home sales --
    new and existing, condos and single-family.
  • 8. Median Home Sales Price
    San Bernardino County
    Yearly %
    Change
    May-10
    May-09
    Lake Arrowhead
    Loma Linda
    Montclair
    Ontario
    Rancho Cucamonga
    Redlands
    Rialto
    San Bernardino
    Twentynine Palms
    Upland
    Victorville
    Yucaipa
    Yucca Valley
    $402,500
    $244,000
    $259,500
    $210,000
    $307,500
    $215,000
    $165,000
    $105,000
    $79,250
    $344,000
    $127,000
    $205,000
    $102,000
    $321,500
    $284,000
    $221,500
    $193,500
    $287,500
    $222,500
    $130,000
    $70,000
    $70,750
    $320,000
    $109,500
    $208,000
    $109,250
    25.2%
    -14.1%
    17.2%
    8.5%
    7.0%
    -3.4%
    26.9%
    50.0%
    12.0%
    7.5%
    16.0%
    -1.4%
    -6.6%
    SOURCE: C.A.R.; DataQuick Information Systems. The
    price statistics are derived from all types of home sales --
    new and existing, condos and single-family.
  • 9. Unsold Inventory Index
    Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, May 2010: 4.1 Months
    MONTHS
    30
    Inland Empire
    25
    20
    15
    10
    5
    0
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
    Riverside & San Bernardino
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
  • 10. Median Time on the Market
    Single-Family Homes – Riverside/San Bernardino, May 2010: 31.3 Days
    160
    140
    120
    100
    80
    60
    40
    20
    0
    1/1/1989
    1/1/1990
    1/1/1991
    1/1/1992
    1/1/1993
    1/1/1994
    1/1/1995
    1/1/1996
    1/1/1997
    1/1/1998
    1/1/1999
    1/1/2000
    1/1/2001
    1/1/2002
    1/1/2003
    1/1/2004
    1/1/2005
    1/1/2006
    1/1/2007
    1/1/2008
    1/1/2009
    1/1/2010
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 11. Foreclosures
    San Bernardino County
    18000
    16000
    14000
    12000
    10000
    8000
    6000
    4000
    2000
    0
    Q1/89
    Q3/89
    Q1/90
    Q3/90
    Q1/91
    Q3/91
    Q1/92
    Q3/92
    Q1/93
    Q3/93
    Q1/94
    Q3/94
    Q1/95
    Q3/95
    Q1/96
    Q3/96
    Q1/97
    Q3/97
    Q1/98
    Q3/98
    Q1/99
    Q3/99
    Q1/00
    Q3/00
    Q1/01
    Q3/01
    Q1/02
    Q3/02
    Q1/03
    Q3/03
    Q1/04
    Q3/04
    Q1/05
    Q3/05
    Q1/06
    Q3/06
    Q1/07
    Q3/07
    Q1/08
    Q3/08
    Q1/09
    Q3/09
    SOURCE: Real Estate Research Council
  • 12. Ratio of Foreclosures to Home Sales
    San Bernardino County
    140%
    120%
    100%
    80%
    60%
    40%
    20%
    0%
    1992
    1993
    1994
    1995
    1996
    1997
    1998
    1999
    2000
    2001
    2002
    2003
    2004
    2005
    2006
    2007
    2008
    2009
    SOURCE: Real Estate Research Council
  • 13. Mortgage Rates
    10%
    9%
    8%
    7%
    6%
    5%
    FRM
    ARM
    Federal Funds
    4%
    3%
    2%
    1%
    0%
    SOURCE: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
  • 14. Housing Affordability Index
    San Bernardino County, 1st Quarter 2010: 69%
    % OF HOUSEHOLDS THAT CAN BUY
    80%
    70%
    60%
    50%
    40%
    30%
    20%
    10%
    0%
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
    QTRLY
    Monthly
    ----
    Jul-90
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    2007.2
    2008.4
    Jan-90
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
  • 15. First-time Buyer Housing Affordability Index
    San Bernardino County, 1st Quarter 2010: 81%
    % OF HOUSEHOLDS THAT CAN BUY
    100%
    90%
    80%
    70%
    60%
    50%
    40%
    30%
    20%
    10%
    0%
    Q1/03
    Q3/03
    Q1/04
    Q3/04
    Q1/05
    Q3/05
    Q1/06
    Q3/06
    Q1/07
    Q3/07
    Q1/08
    Q3/08
    Q1/09
    Q3/09
    Q1/10
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 16. Nonfarm Employment
    Riverside/San Bernardino Metropolitan Area, May 2010: Down 3.1% YTY
    Y-T-Y PERCENT CHANGE
    10%
    8%
    6%
    4%
    2%
    0%
    -2%
    -4%
    -6%
    -8%
    -10%
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Division
  • 17. Unemployment Rate
    San Bernardino County, May 2010: 13.8%
    16%
    14%
    12%
    10%
    8%
    6%
    4%
    2%
    0%
    Jul-90
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-90
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Division
  • 18. Unemployment Rate
    San Bernardino County – May 2010
    Area Name
    San Bernardino County
    Adelanto city
    Apple Valley town
    Barstow city
    Big Bear City CDP
    Big Bear Lake city
    Big River CDP
    Bloomington CDP
    Bluewater CDP
    Chino city
    Chino Hills city
    Colton city
    Crestline CDP
    Labor Force
    863,000
    7,000
    26,300
    10,700
    3,500
    3,100
    500
    8,300
    100
    34,700
    39,300
    25,000
    6,300
    Rate
    13.8%
    20.9%
    15.0%
    17.1%
    7.7%
    10.2%
    15.5%
    18.2%
    27.3%
    12.3%
    7.0%
    14.8%
    12.6%
    CCD Census County Division
    CDP Census Designated Place
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Department
  • 19. Unemployment Rate
    San Bernardino County – May 2010
    Area Name
    Fontana city
    Grand Terrace city
    Hesperia city
    Highland city
    Joshua Tree CDP
    Lake Arrowhead CDP
    Lenwood CDP
    Loma Linda city
    Mentone CDP
    Montclair city
    Morongo Valley CDP
    Mountain View Acres CDP
    Muscoy CDP
    Labor Force
    62,500
    7,200
    30,900
    23,200
    1,900
    5,000
    1,700
    10,100
    4,300
    16,200
    1,100
    1,200
    3,200
    Rate
    14.3%
    7.2%
    17.6%
    17.2%
    15.4%
    7.0%
    24.5%
    8.4%
    11.9%
    13.2%
    9.7%
    5.0%
    24.0%
    CCD Census County Division
    CDP Census Designated Place
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Department
  • 20. Unemployment Rate
    San Bernardino County – May 2010
    Area Name
    Nebo Center CDP
    Needles city
    Ontario city
    Rancho Cucamonga cit
    Redlands city
    Rialto city
    Running Springs CDP
    San Antonio Heights CD
    San Bernardino city
    Searles Valley CDP
    Twentynine Palms Base
    Twentynine Palms city
    Labor Force
    400
    2,200
    82,300
    76,600
    36,700
    44,300
    3,000
    1,800
    85,500
    900
    600
    6,200
    Rate
    28.6%
    10.4%
    14.6%
    9.1%
    10.1%
    17.5%
    5.4%
    3.4%
    18.3%
    11.9%
    9.9%
    16.5%
    CCD Census County Division
    CDP Census Designated Place
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Department
  • 21. Unemployment Rate
    San Bernardino County – May 2010
    Area Name
    Upland city
    Victorville city
    Wrightwood CDP
    Yucaipa city
    Yucca Valley town
    Labor Force
    39,900
    30,200
    2,400
    21,900
    7,400
    Rate
    9.5%
    16.5%
    9.7%
    11.1%
    12.7%
    CCD Census County Division
    CDP Census Designated Place
    SOURCE: CA Employment Development Department
  • 22. Taxable Sales
    San Bernardino County
    ANNUAL PERCENT CHANGE
    25%
    20%
    15%
    10%
    5%
    0%
    -5%
    -10%
    -15%
    -20%
    Q1/89
    Q3/89
    Q1/90
    Q3/90
    Q1/91
    Q3/91
    Q1/92
    Q3/92
    Q1/93
    Q3/93
    Q1/94
    Q3/94
    Q1/95
    Q3/95
    Q1/96
    Q3/96
    Q1/97
    Q3/97
    Q1/98
    Q3/98
    Q1/99
    Q3/99
    Q1/00
    Q3/00
    Q1/01
    Q3/01
    Q1/02
    Q3/02
    Q1/03
    Q3/03
    Q1/04
    Q3/04
    Q1/05
    Q3/05
    Q1/06
    Q3/06
    Q1/07
    Q3/07
    Q1/08
    Q3/08
    Q1/09
    SOURCE: CA State Board of Equalization
  • 23. New Housing Permits
    San Bernardino County, April 2010: 84 Units, Up 6.0% YTD
    3000
    2500
    Single Family
    Multi-Family
    2000
    1500
    1000
    500
    0
    SOURCE: Construction Industry Research Board
    Jul-88
    Jul-89
    Jul-90
    Jul-91
    Jul-92
    Jul-93
    Jul-94
    Jul-95
    Jul-96
    Jul-97
    Jul-98
    Jul-99
    Jul-00
    Jul-01
    Jul-02
    Jul-03
    Jul-04
    Jul-05
    Jul-06
    Jul-07
    Jul-08
    Jul-09
    Jan-88
    Jan-89
    Jan-90
    Jan-91
    Jan-92
    Jan-93
    Jan-94
    Jan-95
    Jan-96
    Jan-97
    Jan-98
    Jan-99
    Jan-00
    Jan-01
    Jan-02
    Jan-03
    Jan-04
    Jan-05
    Jan-06
    Jan-07
    Jan-08
    Jan-09
    Jan-10
  • 24. Median Price for New Homes
    San Bernardino County 1Q10 Detached: $305,000, Attached: $234,990
    $500,000
    $450,000
    Detached
    Attached
    $400,000
    $350,000
    $300,000
    $250,000
    $200,000
    $150,000
    $100,000
    $50,000
    $0
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    Hanley Wood
    Q1/88
    Q1/89
    Q1/90
    Q1/91
    Q1/92
    Q1/93
    Q1/94
    Q1/95
    Q1/96
    Q1/97
    Q1/98
    Q1/99
    Q1/00
    Q1/01
    Q1/02
    Q1/03
    Q1/04
    Q1/05
    Q1/06
    Q1/07
    Q1/08
    Q1/09
    Q1/10
  • 25. New Home Sales
    San Bernardino County (Attached), 2010 Q1 Sales: 62 Units
    600
    500
    400
    300
    200
    100
    0
    Q1/88
    Q1/89
    Q1/90
    Q1/91
    Q1/92
    Q1/93
    Q1/94
    Q1/95
    Q1/96
    Q1/97
    Q1/98
    Q1/99
    Q1/00
    Q1/01
    Q1/02
    Q1/03
    Q1/04
    Q1/05
    Q1/06
    Q1/07
    Q1/08
    Q1/09
    Q1/10
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    Hanley Wood
  • 26. New Home Sales
    San Bernardino County (Detached), 2010 Q1 Sales: 272 Units
    4000
    3500
    3000
    2500
    2000
    1500
    1000
    500
    0
    Q1/88
    Q1/89
    Q1/90
    Q1/91
    Q1/92
    Q1/93
    Q1/94
    Q1/95
    Q1/96
    Q1/97
    Q1/98
    Q1/99
    Q1/00
    Q1/01
    Q1/02
    Q1/03
    Q1/04
    Q1/05
    Q1/06
    Q1/07
    Q1/08
    Q1/09
    Q1/10
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    Hanley Wood
  • 27. Asking Rents for Class A&B Apartments
    Inland Empire, 2010 Q1: $1,054 Down 5.2% YTY
    $1,200
    $1,000
    $800
    $600
    $400
    $200
    $0
    Q3/97
    Q2/98
    Q1/99
    Q4/99
    Q3/00
    Q2/01
    Q1/02
    Q4/02
    Q3/03
    Q2/04
    Q1/05
    Q4/05
    Q3/06
    Q2/07
    Q1/08
    Q4/08
    Q3/09
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    REALFACTS
  • 28. Vacancy Rates for Class A&B Apartments
    Inland Empire, 2010 Q1: 7.2%
    VACANCY RATE
    9.0%
    8.0%
    7.0%
    6.0%
    5.0%
    4.0%
    3.0%
    2.0%
    1.0%
    0.0%
    1990
    1993
    Q4/95
    Q2/97
    Q1/98
    Q4/98
    Q3/99
    Q2/00
    Q1/01
    Q4/01
    Q3/02
    Q2/03
    Q1/04
    Q4/04
    Q3/05
    Q2/06
    Q1/07
    Q4/07
    Q3/08
    Q2/09
    Q1/10
    SOURCE: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®;
    REALFACTS
  • 29. Population Percent Changes
    San Bernardino County (1971-2008)
    8.0%
    San Bern County
    7.0%
    CA
    Nation
    6.0%
    5.0%
    4.0%
    3.0%
    2.0%
    1.0%
    0.0%
    -1.0%
    SOURCE:U.S. Census Bureau; California Department of Finance;
    CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
    1971
    1972
    1973
    1974
    1975
    1976
    1977
    1978
    1979
    1980
    1981
    1982
    1983
    1984
    1985
    1986
    1987
    1988
    1989
    1990
    1991
    1992
    1993
    1994
    1995
    1996
    1997
    1998
    1999
    2000
    2001
    2002
    2003
    2004
    2005
    2006
    2007
    2008
  • 30. Sources of Population Growth
    San Bernardino County (1981-2008)
    THOUSANDS
    100
    90
    80
    70
    60
    50
    40
    30
    20
    10
    0
    -10
    -20
    07
    01
    81
    85
    83
    87
    03
    99
    97
    95
    05
    93
    89
    91
    20
    19
    19
    20
    19
    20
    20
    19
    19
    19
    19
    19
    19
    19
    SOURCE: CA Department of Finance
  • 31. Net Immigration Vs. Domestic Migration
    San Bernardino County
    THOUSANDS
    40
    Net Immigration
    Domestic Migration
    35
    30
    25
    20
    15
    10
    5
    0
    -5
    -10
    -15
    -20
    1991
    1993
    1995
    1997
    1999
    2001
    2003
    2005
    2007
    SOURCE: CA Department of Finance
  • 32. Household Relocations
    San Bernardino County
    County
    Los Angeles County, CA
    Riverside County, CA
    Orange County County, CA
    San Diego County, CA
    Clark County, NV
    Maricopa County, AZ
    Mohave County, AZ
    Kern County, CA
    Harris County, TX
    Ventura County, CA
    Total-Top 10
    All Migration
    Outflow
    10,853
    9,914
    3,067
    1,693
    1,255
    928
    427
    374
    286
    279
    29,076
    45,084
    Inflow
    15,428
    7,330
    3,108
    1,285
    787
    476
    235
    302
    129
    248
    29,328
    40,543
    Net Outflow
    (4,575)
    2,584
    (41)
    408
    468
    452
    192
    72
    157
    31
    (252)
    4,541
    596,852
    0.0%
    0.8%
    Total Number of Households
    Top 10 as % of All Households
    All Net Mig as % of All Households
    Source: NAR Relocation Report 2008 – IRS Data; Item 187-06071, US Census Bureau
  • 33. Where are new San Bernardino County
    households coming from?







    Los Angeles (15,428)
    Riverside (7,330)
    Orange County (3,108)
    San Diego (1,285)
    Clark (787)
    Total incoming for 2008: 40,543
    Total outgoing for 2008: 45,084
    Source: NAR Relocation Report 2008 – IRS Data; Item 187-06071
  • 34. Net Immigration by Ethnic Group
    San Bernardino County (1990 Census to 2000 Census)
    White, Non-Hispanic
    Hispanic
    Asian/Pacific Islander
    Black or Afr. Amer.,
    Non-Hisp.
    Amer. Indian & Alaska
    Native, Non-Hisp.
    -200
    -150
    -100
    -50
    0
    50
    100
    150
    200
    Thousands
    SOURCE: CA Dept. of Finance
  • 35. Number of Households by Ethnicity
    San Bernardino County (1990 Census vs. 2000 Census)
    White
    Hispanic
    Asian/Pacific Islander
    1990
    2000
    Black
    0
    SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau
    50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000
  • 36. Top 10 Home Buyer Surnames
    San Bernardino County
    GARCIA
    HERNANDEZ
    M ART INEZ
    LOPEZ
    RODRIGUEZ
    GONZALEZ
    SANCHEZ
    RAM IREZ
    PEREZ
    SM IT H
    0
    50
    100
    150
    200
    250
    Number of Buyers
    Note: Data is based on 2007 data.
    SOURCE: DataQuick Information Systems
  • 37. Population by Age Group
    San Bernardino County (2000-2010)
    Thousands
    2000
    500
    2010
    450
    400
    350
    300
    250
    200
    150
    100
    50
    0
    0-14
    15-24
    25-34
    35-44
    45-54
    55-64
    65-74
    75+
    SOURCE: California Department of Finance;
    CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
  • 38. Homeownership Rates
    Riverside-San Bernardino Metropolitan Area, 2009: 65.9%
    70%
    65%
    60%
    55%
    50%
    45%
    40%
    35%
    30%
    25%
    20%
    15%
    10%
    5%
    0%
    6
    7
    8
    9
    0
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    0
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    198
    198
    198
    198
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    199
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    200
    SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 39. Homeownership Rates by Age
    San Bernardino County (2000 Census)
    100%
    80%
    60%
    40%
    20%
    0%
    15-24
    25-34
    35-44
    45-54
    55-64
    65-74
    75-84
    85+
    SOURCE: California Department of Finance;
    CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

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