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Daly City , CA

  • 110,610

    Population
  • 464

    Homes for Sale
  • 46,888

    Renters
  • 62,823

    Homeowners

Daly City is known as the largest and 65th most populous city in the San Mateo County, California. Daly City is stretched eastward nearly to the San Francisco Bay and bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west. The city sits adjacent to San Francisco and has been known as the “Peninsula Gateway.” With the availability of great transportation systems, Daly City has been transformed into a center for healthcare, retail, and small businesses. Residents in Daly City have confirmed and talked about the cheaper housing rates which have led to an influx of other people trying to reside in the area.The community of Daly City has proven to play an important role in the region’s history. Developers from the area turned to lands around Daly City as a place for suburban expansion from San Francisco and brought about new homes and shopping centers. The act had a great effect on the local population which changed the area from a rural community to a more urban one. The city now has some great places of interest like the Golden Gate Park, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Moscone Center. Education in the city is well heard of with schools like the Jefferson High School, Marjorie H Tobias Elementary School and the Westmoore High School.Home shopping in this area is not as competitive as the rest of the peninsula with a good number of housings both for rent and for sale. The city is made more attractive by the fact that it has abundant land offered for sale at affordable rates. Living in Daly City also gives you the additional benefit of being close to San Francisco with attractive businesses at your disposal.

HOUSING MARKET DATA

Below you can find the real estate sales data of different neighborhoods ranked from the highest number of sales to the lowest within 90 days. You can also choose other ranking metrics or property types.

Sl No Neighbourhood No: of Sales Trends Average Sale Price Median Sale Price
1 John Daly Blvd / N Mayfair Ave 3
1,448,333 1,400,000
2 Skyline Blvd 1
1,208,000 1,208,000
3 Southgate Ave / Park Plaza Dr 1
930,000 930,000
4 Junipero Serra Blvd / Serramonte Blvd 0
- -
5 Skyline Dr / Westline Dr 5
1,063,778 985,000
6 Bayshore 1
1,300,000 1,300,000
7 Broadmoor 8
977,855 925,000
8 Southgate Ave / Maywood Ave 5
1,133,600 1,150,000
9 Bellevue Ave / Whittier St 1
800,000 800,000
10 Sullivan Ave / Eastmoor Ave 2
1,077,500 1,077,500
11 Oak Ct / Saddleback Dr 2
1,201,250 1,201,250
12 Hoffman St / Hillside Blvd 1
1,060,000 1,060,000
13 Mountain View / Reservoir Dr 2
962,500 962,500
14 Saint Francis Blvd / Southgate Ave 0
- -
15 Bellevue Ave / Templeton Ave 1
1,005,000 1,005,000
16 Southgate Ave / Higate Dr 4
1,265,847 1,259,194
17 City Center 3
880,000 900,000
18 Barbara Ln / Michelle Ln 2
1,083,000 1,083,000
19 Mission St / Westlake Ave 1
1,020,000 1,020,000

DEMOGRAPHICS

Population

Total Population

population

110,610

Gender

50.39%

49.61%

Ownership

42.74%

57.26%

Education

26.69% Bachelor:
26.69% Graduate:
33.72% Associate:
20.52% HighSchool:
13.04% Others:

Age

6.88% 75 +:
21.56% 55 - 74:
27.68% 35 - 54:
16.3% 25 - 34:
13.48% 15 - 24:
14.1% 0 - 14:

Household Income

7.87% 200K +:
10.21% 150 - 200K:
19.98% 100 - 149K:
14.97% 75 - 99K:
17.37% 50 - 74K:
10.28% 35 - 49K:
19.32% 0 - 34K:

Commuters

  • 2.24 %
  • 0.92 %
  • 76.46 %
  • 20.38 %