Property DescriptionThis beautiful property has so much to offer! Great opportunity for a first time home buyer! This home has been completely upgraded from top to bottom, new tile flooring in living room, original refinished hard wood floors in bedrooms, new central heating and cooling system, new dual pane windows, all new paint through out, too much to list! The kitchen has new cabinetry, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. The bathrooms have been completely remodeled with tile flooring, new tub/tiled showers, new cabinetry and beautiful granite counter tops. You will love the abundance of natural lighting in this home! New fencing has been installed on this larger 9,000 sqft lot with a new canvas for you to tailor your backyard to what ever your heart desires. Schedule your showing today!
- Property Type: Single Family Residence
- Year Built:1953
- Square Footage:1456.00
- Lot Size: 9000.00 SqFt (0.21 acres)
- Baths:2.00 (Tub/Shower,Shower)
- Siding / Exterior:Stucco
- Drive way:Attached
- Features: Dual Pane Windows, Sprinklers Front, Sprinklers Auto
- Air Conditioning / Heating:Central Heat & Cool
- Water/Sewer:Public Water, Public Sewer
- Appliances:F/S Range/Oven
- School District:Fresno Unified
- High School:McLane
- Junior High School:Scandinavian
- Grade School:Norseman
- Listing Broker:Taylor Olson
- Listing Office:Gentile Real Estate
Amenities / Utilities
- Energy Efficiency
- Tennis Court
A government loan program geared towards owner-occupied, first-time home buyers. Down payment can be as low as 3.5%. However, the buyer will have to pay the PMI (Principal Mortgage Insurance).
Down payment can be as low as 5%. For down payments lower than 20%, the buyer will have to pay PMI (Principal Mortgage Insurance). If the down payment is 20% or more, there will be no PMI charged to the buyer. When purchasing an owner-occupied property, interest rates may be lower as compared to purchasing an investment property. The limit for a conventional loan in Fresno County is $453,000. Loan limits are subject to change.
A loan above the conventional loan limit is considered a jumbo loan.