The High Desert’s expansive land is bathed in sunshine nearly year ‘round – few weather events hold strong enough to reach beyond the adjacent mountain ranges. The large skies and open space allows air to flow freely, dissipating chances of smog that easily accumulate in the congested lower regions of the Inland Empire and Coastal cities.
Cost of Living & Doing Business
Still considered a tertiary market, the High Desert is affordable for residents and businesses alike.
Access/Proximity – Freeways, Railroads, Airports, Sea Ports
The High Desert Region is located approximately 90 miles east of the Port of Los Angeles, traversed by Interstate 15, Interstate 40, Hwy 395, Hwy 18, BNSF Railway and UP Railway. Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) provides the region with an international logistics airport and surrounding multi-tenant industrial development.
Growth Potential – Vacant Land & Population
The abundance of vacant, developable land in the region gives the High Desert the greatest potential for future growth in Southern California.
Many significant industries call the High Desert home, including: Aerospace, Cement, Education, Healthcare, Logistics, Manufacturing and Transportation.
High Desert cities are growth focused, offering substantial incentives to major projects for the betterment of the region.
Why is the High Desert becoming a major choice in real estate investment in Southern California?
“From trades to professions, [San Bernardino County] is leading the way.’ ‘…if you’re between the ages of 15 and 50, the opportunities in front of you are just incredible.”Robert Lovingood, State of the County, San Bernardino County March 2018
“California is number three in the country for new home construction…”Pete Reeb, John Burns Real Estate Consulting April 2018
“San Bernardino County added another 20,000 new residents, coming in at No. 18 [largest population growth of any county in the nation].”Press Enterprise, March 2018