Burnt Ranch 49 Poor
Burnt Ranch Livability #1,171 ranked city in California#25,834 ranked city in the USARanks better than 11% of areas

Pros and Cons of Living in Burnt Ranch

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  • Amenities

    A majority of amenities are not ideally situated within a reasonable walking distance, which may lead residents to rely on a vehicle or public transportation.

  • Commute

    Public transportation is not readily available in this area and the average commute time to work could also be longer than the national average.

  • Cost Of Living

    Based on the most recent cost of living data, this area is more expensive to live in. You can expect to pay more for everyday goods and services, housing, groceries and utilities.

  • Crime

    This area is reporting high crime rates per 100,000 people and could signify that it is a dangerous place to live. Crime rates include both violent and property crimes.

  • Housing

    With a lower than average score in the housing category, this area could struggle with housing affordability, poor appreciation rates and home values well below the national average.

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      Burnt Ranch transportation information

      Statistic Burnt Ranch California National
      Average one way commute21min28min26min
      Workers who drive to work66.0%73.5%76.4%
      Workers who carpool34.0%10.6%9.3%
      Workers who take public transit0.0%5.2%5.1%
      Workers who bicycle0.0%1.1%0.6%
      Workers who walk0.0%2.7%2.8%
      Working from home0.0%5.4%4.6%
      Source: The Burnt Ranch, CA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).