The population of Hawthorne is less affluent than average compared to others in California with a median income of $40,520 per household. It's also considered an expensive city in terms of affordability with a cost of living adjustment score of 139.0. 90250, 90260, and 90304 are the three largest zip codes in terms of population. Hawthorne is made up of homes that are considered older than most with a median of 40 years. The top schools in the city are Peter Burnett Elementary School, Richard Henry Dana Middle School, and Hawthorne Math and Science Academy.
Hawthorne has some of the more expensive homes in the state with a median home value of $333,400 and a current average list price of $595,694. A three-week rough patch for the overall sales trend continues in the Hawthorne market. On a positive note, the number of sales actually rose 9.1% over the last 30 days to hit 24.
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The typical dwelling in Hawthorne is a three-bedroom detached home worth about $606,194. To purchase a similar home, a buyer with good credit and a $121,239 cash down payment could obtain a mortgage with a 3.95% interest rate and a $2,645 monthly payment. The property tax rate is $7.73 per $1,000 of taxable assessed value.
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