Trabuco Highlands is a suburban subdivision in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, that was established in 1989. In Trabuco Highlands, single-family homes ranging in size from large (four, five, or more bedrooms) to medium (three or four bedrooms) and apartment complexes/high-rise apartments are the most prevalent types of real estate. The vast majority of residential real estate is owned and occupied by the property’s owner. Despite being established, many of the homes in the Trabuco Highlands area were built between 1970 and 1999, making them very young in age. A handful of residences have also been constructed between the years 2000 and the present.

The current vacancy rate in Trabuco Highlands is 0.0 percent, which is a lower rate of vacancies than the national average of 100.0 percent for all neighborhoods in the United States. This means that the housing supply in Trabuco Highlands is extremely limited when compared to the high demand for real estate in the neighborhood.

Most neighborhoods are made up of a mix of different ages of houses, but the Trabuco Highlands is notable for having nearly all of its residential real estate constructed in a single time period, especially between 1970 and 1999, which is widely considered to be established, but not old, housing.

When you walk about or drive around this neighborhood, you’ll notice that many of the houses have a similar appearance to one another due to the fact that they are all of a similar age. A staggering 97.6 percent of the residential real estate in this area was constructed during this time period.

Furthermore, one way in which the Trabuco Highlands area truly distinguishes itself is that it contains more huge four-, five-, and additional-bedroom homes and real estate than 99.3 percent of the neighborhoods in the United States. Walking or driving about this area, you’ll immediately notice the size of the residences, which makes for a striking visual statement in and of itself.

It’s also worth noting that certain areas are entirely apartment buildings. Several are row houses, and the vast majority – by far – are a combination of other types of dwellings. The Trabuco Highlands neighborhood, on the other hand, stands apart due to the overwhelming presence of detached, single-family homes in this area. There are virtually no other types of residential real estate available in the surrounding area. As a matter of fact, this neighborhood’s real estate stock contains a higher proportion of single-family houses than 98.7 percent of all American neighborhoods.

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