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6 Reasons to Move to The Victor Valley

As stated in Livability.com, January 26, 2023, the Victor Valley has earned a reputation as a wonderful place to live. Compared to the state’s typical home price (nearly $790,000 as of August 2022, according to Zillow), median prices from the high $300s to the mid-$400s give the region a decided advantage. Here are six reasons why the Victor Valley might be right for you.

1. Feel Right at Home the Victor Valley has much to offer, as does each respective community within it. Hesperia’s population of 101,000 gives it a bigger, more bustling feel whereas northwestern Adelanto’s 38,000 residents makes it a quieter and more rural place to call home. For the City of Victorville (population 136,000), meeting the community’s housing needs is a high priority. A rise in population was met with an addition of more affordable housing, especially single-family homes, apartments and mobile homes.

2. Find Plenty of Job Opportunities the Victor Valley is also an attractive place to live given its job opportunities across multiple industries and household-name companies. Key industries include manufacturing, aerospace, logistics and health care. Victorville is home to the Southern California Logistics Airport, one of the largest employment centers in the High Desert.

3. Explore the Outdoors – the region offers an abundance of lakes and lakeside parks, and boundless recreation opportunities including hiking, biking and horseback riding along the Pacific Crest Trail, equestrian trails in the Lucerne Valley, skiing in Big Bear, Wrightwood and Snow Valley or ziplining and rappelling at Big Pines in Wrightwood.

4. Enjoy Tons of Fun Activities you can find plenty of dining and shopping, from outlets and shopping centers to independent shops. Residents can also enjoy a variety of recreational opportunities, including aquatics, parks and rec centers, and special events.

5. Get Ready for High-Speed Rail – Brightline West plans a high-speed electric train that will connect the Victor Valley to Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The project is expected to break ground in 2023. When it’s complete, riders will be able to reach the LA region in 35 minutes and Las Vegas in 90 minutes.

6. Meet Your Company’s Need for Logistics – the region has attracted major distribution operations, thanks in part to assets such as Southern California Logistics Airport, and its great location in the western U.S. (The region is 90 miles from downtown Los Angeles and about 180 miles from Las Vegas.)

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