NO STEERING ALLOWED: 3 Important Facts To Know As A Buyer
Donâ€™t Get â€˜Steeredâ€™ in the Wrong Direction
However, we CAN tell you where to go to get information. In your case, crime statistics, go to the following sites:
I know someone who lives across the street from a police station who has experienced a residential burglary. There is no guarantee of total safety no matter where you live.
The area that you described is, in general, as safe as any area in Fremont.
When people ask me this question, I generally refer them to various sites.
CrimeReports.com - This is probably my favorite. I entered my home address in Alameda CA, chose the type of crime activity I wanted to see (for example, homicide, robbery, assault) and â€œlayeredâ€ them. This is what it shows.
Neighborhood Scout --- hereâ€™s an introductory video on how to navigate their site that provides information on the neighborhood, public schools, real estate values appreciation, crime rates, and even find a real estate agent. Some of the information is free, while others are by subscription.
Trulia also has a terrific map that even provides dates and types of criminal activity within the area.
Sperlingâ€™s Best Places has some good information, too, and allows you to compare cities at different angles: schools, climate, cost of living, crime rates, etc.
Bottom line --you have to do your own research based on your own understanding of what is "safe".