Riverside New Homes Directory
The Riverside New Homes Directory is designed to be the most simple, easy to use real estate resource on the web, for finding new homes for sale, green homes, new home builders, and new home communities in Riverside County, California. You may search for new home communities in Riverside County by Price, Location, Builders, and by Master Planned Communities, and by Active Adult and Senior Communities. You can also find new homes in other cities like new homes in Palm Springs.
Most people in Riverside County consider the county's climate close to perfect. Temperatures below freezing are rare, while hot weather, 90 degrees and above, are more frequent. Winter is considered the rainy season; however, each winter month averages 1.5 inches of rainfall, hardly enough to qualify for monsoons.
Riverside's climate makes it a great places to live. Investments in Riverside real estate abound and builders cannot seem to build new homes fast enough. New homes in Riverside, CA are being built at a rapid rate particularly in the Temecula, Murrieta, and Riverside areas, and these new home communities have proven to be an excellent value. In most cases, demand is high for homes in these areas. The Temecula Valley and all its open space has been a great place to construct golf courses and golf course communities to go along with them.
The median-priced home in Riverside County was just over $189k in November of 2002 (C.A.R.). New homes in Riverside County are some of the most affordable homes in Southern California and because of this demand continues to grow and prices continue to climb. Purchasing real estate in Riverside County can be a challenge because of the demand. Many people are becoming interested in Riverside's real estate because of the high prices in San Diego and Orange County. As new home prices continue to rise so does demand. High home prices are just one of the costs of living in what may be the world's best climate.
The Riverside County Real Estate market is quite different from other markets of similar climates. Low inventory and high demand characterize the Riverside County housing market.