If you think that this might be an option for you, you can find out more information from the following:
1. Contra Costa Department of Conservation and Development - (855) 323-2626
2.Tri-Valley Housing Opportunity Center - (925) 373-3130
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Arturo Shivers, A.B.R., S.F.R. | BRE Lic. 01779941
Keller Williams Realty Inc. (MC#308, Northern California/Hawaii Region)
760 Camino Ramon, Suite 200
Danville, CA, 94526
Office: (925) 855-8333 ext. 272
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Historically, the most affordable area in Danville used to be Cameo Acres, which is fairly central, just a few minutes drive to downtown. These are among the oldest homes here, originally small ranchers, but I haven't seen many listed for sale at low prices for a while. Many people have bought run down homes here and remodeled them considerably so we may not see many low priced ones for a while.
The other area that springs to mind is California Chateau / Danville Ranch. These are definitely more affordable than most homes here. Location is very close to the Danville / San Ramon border, just off San Ramon Valley Boulevard.
Inventory is very low here right now, incidentally, but there are definite signs of improvement.
All The Best
The following list of Active Condo and Townhome properties will provide you with a feel for the market in Danville.... warningâ€¦â€¦â€¦ "TN to CA sticker shock" ahead!
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Town homes will be alot more affordable. On the west side, they are older but the newer ones which I think are very nice are Shadowhawk, behind the Tassajara shopping center
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The West end tends to be older ranchers on nice size lots and more expensive. There are newer developments in the East part that tend to be less expensive. I can put you on a customized search if you have a price point in mind. There are also townhouses and condos in Danville if the price of a single family is too high.