The Central Valley

The Central Valley is found on the central part of California State. Mainly subdivided into two valleys composing of North and South Valleys. Indeed, northern half area is part of Sacramento Valley and its southern half area belongs to San Joaquin Valley. Its total area measures  around 42,000 square miles  or equivalent to 110,000 km2. Fresno is considered as its largest city and Sacramento as its state capital. Agricultural activities and products is also rich in Central Valley.

One of its main characteristics is the the large and flat area wherein the flatness of the valley floor is contrasting the rugged hills or gentle mountains which California terrains are typically found. Also, it’s been considered as a valley below sea level.

Due to the vastness of land area, real estate properties are as well as diverse and outnumbering other fields of business. From different styled-homes to modern houses up to newly constructed townhouses are present in Central Valley Real Estate in the different cities and towns.

Indeed, counties like Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, and Tulare and other major cities include Fresno, Sacramento, Bakersfield, and Redding. Central Valley offers a wide variety of options for any home buyer or real estate investor.

Central Valley home styles include all sorts of Ramblers, Cottages, Twin Homes, Two Story Homes, Tri Level Homes, Split Entry, Half Staircase, Craftsman Style, Log Cabins, Luxury Mansions, Contemporary, New England, Victorian, Cottages, Manufactured, Modular, and Trailer Homes.

Central Valley real estate community is a well-deserved real estate venue for first time home buyers and investors.

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