Baker Park is excellent for raising a family - the low crime rate means you'll feel comfortable with your children playing outside or running errands at the local store by themselves. Many of the residential areas here are close to the commercial areas where people often work, meaning that there are many people here who commute on foot.
The majority of homes are occupied by owners rather than tenants in Baker Park, so you can be sure of some security around here. This neighborhood is home to a particularly high percentage of people who have completed college or some other form of higher education. Baker Park has a higher per-capita income than the US average.
In Baker Park, average listing price significantly grew between last year and this year by 30.9 percent. The average listing price increased from $267,400 to $349,900, indicating a general rise in property values in the hot local real estate market. At the same time, this neighborhood's inventory significantly dropped 50 percent, from 2 listings last year to 1 listings this year. So, future house hunters may want to get a jump start on their home search if the market continues to tighten in the same fashion as it has in the past year.