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Growth In Supply Of Single-family Homes

December 03, 1988|Clipboard researched by Susan Davis Greene, Henry Rivero and Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Leavett Biles / Los Angeles Times

City 1984 1988 % Change Yorba Linda 9,672 14,012 +44.9 Laguna Beach 6,261 8,319 +32.9 San Clemente 7,869 9,976 +26.8 Irvine 21,372 26,732 +25.1 Unincorporated areas 76,564 85,320 +11.4 San Juan Capistrano 6,167 6,833 +10.8 Stanton 3,996 4,422 +10.7 Tustin 5,896 6,508 +10.4 Orange 22,635 24,804 +9.6 TOTAL COUNTY 469,146 501,211 +6.8 Placentia 8,848 9,396 +6.2 Seal Beach 5,871 6,135 +4.5 Anaheim 43,163 44,861 +3.9 Huntington Beach 40,927 42,326 +3.4 Brea 7,938 8,157 +2.8 Costa Mesa 17,251 17,535 +1.7 La Palma 3,818 3,881 +1.7 Newport Beach 19,083 19,415 +1.7 Buena Park 14,751 14,957 +1.4 Fountain Valley 13,958 14,158 +1.4 Fullerton 24,746 25,002 +1.0 Cypress 10,584 10,671 +0.8 Garden Grove 28,373 28,482 +0.4 Villa Park 1,862 1,867 +0.3 Santa Ana 38,046 38,073 +0.07 La Habra 10,511 10,507 -0.04 Westminster 16,486 16,428 -0.4 Los Alamitos 2,491 2,434 -2.3

Source: California Department of Finance, Population Research Unit

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