Benjamin Campbell founded Campbell back in 1846 when he bought 160 acres and planted it with hay and grain. This area eventually became Campbell’s historical downtown core. Campbell became officially incorporated as a city in 1952 transforming from a small farming community to a populated progressive community.
Campbell, CA is a medium sized city with an estimated population of 40,939 as of 2016. It is the 1,000th largest city in the United States. The median household income in Campbell is 71% higher than the national average.
With many tech companies around, Campbell is filled with working professionals such as managers, marketing professionals, sales, finance, and more. Almost half of Campbell residents (47.2%) pursued a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The median household income for Campbell residents is $103,704 as of 2016 which is much higher than the national average. Campbell’s employment rate is lower than the national average at only 2.4% as of September 2017.
Campbell is a very diverse city. Most residents reported their race to be Caucasian, followed by Asian and Hispanic. The median age of Campbell residents is 37 years old.
Campbell’s home prices and value has gone up over the years with the median house value being a little more than $1.3 million.
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Campbell Average Sale Price 2015-2018
Campbell Inventory 2015-2018
Campbell # of Properties Sold 2015-2018
Campbell Listing Price vs Selling Price 2015-2018
Campbell Price Per SqFt 2015-2018
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