Lincoln Properties

Once known as the fastest growing cities in the entire country, Lincoln, CA began as a railroad town and has grown into a prosperous city of about 44,000 people. Lincoln is also known as the "home" to Thunder Valley Casino & Hotel, which is one of the driving forces in its current economy. With the recent expansion of the Highway 65 bypass and expanding economic base, Lincoln properties are making a progressive statement in the local real estate market.

Lincoln MLS Listings

Total # of Listings: 340
Average Price: $577,203
Highest List Price: $5,900,000
Lowest List Price: $156,000

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About Lincoln, CA Real Estate

Lincoln, CA real estate consists mainly of single-family homes, luxury estates and townhomes. These properties are move-in ready and extremely spacious. Lincoln homes for sale have large square footage where residents can create their own oasis. Additionally, the oversized windows, contemporary interiors and open floor plans make these homes bright and welcoming.

Growing families will fall in love with Lincoln properties. The lots are vast and perfect for children to play outside. Or if you prefer, you can build a new swimming pool for family and friends to enjoy all year long. Furthermore, the neighborhoods in Lincoln are very family-friendly and a strong sense of community is felt throughout the entire city.


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The History of Lincoln

Lincoln, CA is located in Placer County and was named after Charles Lincoln Wilson, who was one of the original directors of the California Central Railroad. What was originally a rail link between Marysville and Sacramento, soon began to flourish in the early 1870's when clay deposits were discovered within the city limits, and companies like Gladding, McBean & Co. began to create economic opportunity. The pottery that they would eventually become famous for, is still known in the town of Lincoln today while Gladding, McBean & Co. is now one of the oldest companies in the State of California.

Beginning in the 1990's, the new Lincoln began to take new shape, as they experienced an incredible population growth of over 280%.  That impressive growth would soon cause Lincoln, CA to be recognized as the "fastest growing city in America", with approximately 46,000 residents. The National Civic Leauge would also recognize Lincoln as an All-American City in 2006, a prestigious award that only nine other cities in America could claim.

The current economy of Lincoln cannot be examined without mentioning the on-going effect of the growing Thunder Valley Casino and Hotel, an indian-tribe property that draws a significant local crowd as well as a certain portion of gamblers from the Bay Area, who can now stop short of traveling all the way to Lake Tahoe. With the recent expansion of the Highway 65 bypass, Lincoln continues to exhibit residential growth.

Has a Lincoln home for sale caught your eye? Contact the RE/MAX Gold team to schedule a viewing or to learn more about Placer County real estate trends.

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Listing information last updated on August 17th, 2017 at 9:37pm PDT.