Hemet and SJ differ in their approaches to residential development

Hâ–  Matt McPherson / Contributed emet and San Jacinto are taking two separate approaches towards residential development as the real estate market continues to improve throughout the valley. Hemet emphasizes low-income housing developments within the heart of the city while encouraging single family developments to the east and west. In contrast, San Jacinto is advancing an assortment of developments from affordable 55+ communities to affluent equestrian neighborhoods along the periphery of the city. Hemet has taken a path towards high density residential. Speculation suggests this is an attempt to cater to the low-income demographic within the nucleus of the city. Properties such as the northeast corner of Sanderson and Devonshire are

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