What Does This Price Range Buy Me In Riverside County?

Riverside Homes For Sale

Have you ever wondered what kind of house you can buy in Riverside, based on a certain price range? Lets look at what each one of these price ranges will get you in today’s real estate market. Below are prices listed in the $300, $500, and $700,000 range.

$300,000 Range

View More: Riverside homes for $300,000-$400,000 

Riverside Homes For Sale

4031 Overland ST ( Coldwell Banker Blackstone)

Listed for:

$379,999

Address:

4031 OVERLAND ST RIVERSIDE, CA 92503

Features:

Home Office, Updated Kitchen, landscaped backyard, 4 bedrooms

About the Area:

Centrally located in the heart of the Ramona neighborhood in Riverside. With many fine parks and public/private schools in the area, it will be easy to find the amenities you are looking for.

$500,000 Range

View More: Riverside homes for $500,000-$600,00.

Riverside Homes For Sale

18121 Golden Leaf (Coldwell Banker Blackstone)

Listed for:

$553,888

Address:

18121 Golden Leaf Lane, Riverside, CA 92504

Features:

Quiet cul-de-sac, turnkey property, 4 bedrooms, formal living and dining room, and attached 3 car garage

About the Area:

Mockingbird Estates Residence!

$700,000 Range

View More: Riverside homes for $700,000-$800,000.

Riverside Homes For Sale

17260 Armintrout Dr (Coldwell Banker Blackstone)

Listed for:

$698,888

Address:

17260 Armintrout Dr, Riverside CA, 92504

Features:

Landscaped backyard, lots of space, 5 bedrooms, horse stable, RV parking.

About the Area:

Hard-to-find horse property in the heart of Woodcrest!

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Riverside Real Estate Market 

Yes, median prices have climbed in the Inland Empire, making it harder to find good Riverside homes for sale. But the overall view is more optimistic. If you need it, help is out there. Talk to your real estate agent about loan officers. Loan officers are the ones that qualify you to buy a home. You can discuss price, down payments, and what you can afford. For example, did you know that the National Association of Realtors reports that the average down payment for first-time buyers is 6 percent, not 20. Not only that, but loan officers are versed in state and federal buying programs.

Talk to your real estate agent, they work with these helpful people everyday! Be sure to check out our blog page to read up on home buying tips,  real estate news, and more!

By | 2017-09-18T14:09:54+00:00 September 18th, 2017|Buyers, Neighborhoods, Real Estate News, Sellers|0 Comments

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