Looking at homes in Irvine for sale and wondering what your new neighbors will be like when you move? Well, there are a few stereotypes that are both funny and true.
1. Everyone has a nice ride
Irvine is part of Orange County, and that means a lot of nice rides rolling around. It’s not just the well-to-do adults, either, the teenagers here are known to receive shiny, new cars as birthday or graduation gifts. The city even has an event called Cars and Coffee where proud car owners gather to have a coffee and show off their pride and joy.
2. Everyone is really smart
Nearly everyone here has graduated from high school, 97 percent of people in case you were wondering, most hold a bachelor’s degree, and many have advanced degrees. In fact, UCI has its own early childhood education center that develops baby geniuses. UCI has also been ranked in the top 100 of the best colleges in the world.
3. Everyone is green
Not literally. But everyone in Irvine does their part to help the environment through the many sustainability and conservation programs in the city. From the many, many parks to the smart homes, Irvine is a great place for eco-conscious people.
4. Everyone loves a beach day
People in Irvine frequently pack up the car and head to one of the many beaches just outside the city. If one of the beautiful beaches nearby isn’t cutting it, they’ll take a road trip to nearby San Diego or Santa Barbara.
5. UCI students are everywhere
The college plays a large role in the community and the students make up a significant portion of the city’s population. Whether you’re headed to a coffee shop, farmers market, or the mall, you’ll likely see a current student, teacher, alumnus, or a student’s parent sporting some UCI garb.
From the nearby beaches to the friendly people, Irvine is without a doubt a great place to live. If you’re looking to put roots down in our fine city, call (714) 454-6304 today. We take the time to understand your non-negotiables and show you condos and houses in Irvine for sale until we find exactly what you’re looking for.