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What you get in Modesto - $600k to $675k

The data shows that Modesto homes are great values compared other parts of the state, but what features do you get for that value? Today, I’ll be comparing homes within $75k price point differences, within the $600 to $675k price range.

While this price point begins to reach into the higher end of the market, the amount of homes available is a bit limited. Currently there are 13 homes in Modesto available at this price point. All of these homes feature at least four bed rooms and three baths, with newer appliances and refinished kitchens. While pools are common at this price point, not all homes have them. 


2820 ProsperityProsperity Court - Located near Roselle and Floyd in Modesto’s northeast area, this beautiful 2-story Modesto home offers five bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and an expansive 2,978 sqft of living space. High ceilings and the abundance of windows flood the interior with natural light and creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Primary bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom.  View the listing here



konynenburgKonyenburg Lane  - Located off Dale Road near the Vintage Faire Mall, this four-bed / three-bath home includes a dining room with a deck for morning coffee, fireplace, and central HVAC, with environment friendly heat pump system. The backyard features low maintenance landscaping along with a pool and water feature. A three car garage allows for ample storage.  View the listing here



HintzeHintze Ave - Located just off McHenry and situated conveniently close to amenities and parks, this modern oasis features brand new flooring, cabinets, countertops, and fresh paint throughout. The thoughtfully designed kitchen features top-notch appliances and sleek finishes. Abundant natural light fills every corner, while the primary suite boasts a private en-suite bathroom. View the listing here


Buying a house is a big decision, but with some basic steps, you can make the process easier. Here’s a simple guide to help you navigate buying a house:

Determine your budget: Before you start looking at houses, figure out how much you can afford. Consider your income, expenses, and any debts you have.

Get pre-approved for a mortgage: This will give you a better idea of what you can afford and make you a more attractive buyer to sellers.

Find a real estate agent: A good agent can help you find houses that meet your criteria, negotiate with sellers, and guide you through the buying process.

Start house hunting: Look for houses that fit your budget and meet your needs in terms of size, location, and amenities.

Make an offer: Once you find a house you like, work with your agent to make an offer. Consider factors like the condition of the house, the current real estate market, and the seller’s asking price.

Get a home inspection: Before closing the deal, hire a professional to inspect the house for any issues that could be expensive to fix.

Finalize the mortgage: Work with your lender to finalize your mortgage and ensure all necessary paperwork is in order.

Close the deal: Sign the final paperwork, pay any closing costs, and take possession of your new home.

Move in: Once you’ve closed the deal, it’s time to move in and start enjoying your new home!

Remember, buying a house can be a complex process, so don’t hesitate to ask questions and seek guidance from professionals along the way.

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Screenshot 2023-02-14 at 11.56.30 PMEd Justen -DRE: 02221512  - Affiliated with  Keller Williams.  Portions of this blog post created via artificial intelligence and lightly edited by the post author. All  information presented here sourced from publicly available websites