Mobile Homes For Sale In Sacramento, CA

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What Do I Need To Know Before Buying A Mobile Home In Sacramento, CA?

As California’s coastal real estate becomes ever more expensive people from all over the county are looking farther inland to places like Sacramento. A mobile home in Sacramento might be a very good deal – the cost of living is low and the job market is very energetic, after all.

In this article we’ll explore the city of Sacramento, as well as some of its most sought-after neighborhoods – exactly the kinds of places people buying a mobile home in Sacramento need to know about. We’ll explore the city’s general climate and weather patterns, and what the people in Sacramento do for fun. Finally, we’ll try to help you imagine yourself living there.

History

The part of California that would become Sacramento has been occupied by native American groups like the Maidu and the Nisenan for at least 19,000 years. Originally, that part of California was claimed by the Spanish, and then Mexico. Sacramento was named after the Sacramento River, which was originally called the Río del Santísimo Sacramento or ‘Most Holy Sacrament’. The movement of European peoples into the region after contact was slow, that is until the discovery of gold in 1848. After that, Europeans came in droves, mostly from other parts of Mexico and the United States. By 1850, California was formally made a US State, and Sacramento was one of its more important inland cities.

Things to do in Sacramento

Anyone interested in mobile homes in Sacramento, CA might want to explore the city’s entertainment and recreational options as well. You might visit Old Sacramento State Historic Park, see the California State Railroad Museum, or tour the Crocker Art Museum.

It is always worth taking the family to see the animals at the Sacramento Zoo, or exploring Abandoned Sutter’s Fort. The California State Capitol Museum is a lovely day out, as is visiting the California Automobile Museum, seeing a show at the B Street Theater, sightseeing at the Cathedral Of The Blessed Sacrament, or learning about the region’s native peoples at the California State Indian Museum.

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Location

Before you start looking for land in California, you should know a bit about the geography of Sacramento. The city is built at the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers, which have historically been prone to flooding. Today, much of the land west of the city is reserved as a flood control basin. This river provides a deep water port via a channel to the San Francisco Bay, a rarity for an inland city. This makes Sacramento a rail shipping hub for the entire valley. Sacramento is set on a coastal plain with fairly dry weather. It gets an average of 20 inches of rain every year, just over half the national average of 38 inches. It rarely if ever snows in Sacramento. The high temperatures in July top out at around 93 degrees F, and the average low temperature in January is 39 degrees F. Freezing temperatures are unusual, but not unheard-of. Sacramento is very sunny, with the average year producing 265 sunny days. That is a solid 2 more months of sun every year than the US average. Sacramento Neighborhoods Before you decide whether or not any of the mobile homes in Sacramento, CA are right for you, think about what kind of neighborhood you might want to live in. Will you need a quick commute into the city? Is it more important to be near the best schools? Are you more interested in the city’s nightlife, or its public parks? Each of the following neighborhoods offers something unique. College Greens, Sacramento The College Greens neighborhood is named for Sacramento State University. It is a lovely residential area, with more green space than many places in the city. It is a fine place to hunt down Sacramento, CA mobile homes for sale as well. The median home listing price in College Greens is just under $560,000, but the median home sale price is closer to $585,000, so expect some competitive bidding. On average, homes in College Greens sell after around 43 days on the market, so don’t wait too long to bid! South Land Park, Sacramento You’ll find South Land Park a great place to buy a mobile home in Sacramento, CA. In addition to the odd Sacramento County condo building, you’ll find plenty of large, mid-century ranch homes as well. It offers 9 of the best schools in the city, as well. The median listing price for real estate in South Land Park is just under $660,000, but again the median sale price is higher – around $710,000. Properties here sell even faster than in College Greens as well, with a median time on the market of just 32 days. East Sacramento “East Sac,” as the locals call it, is a very upscale neighborhood, and might be the most sought-after place to buy in Sacramento County, California. One of the neighborhood’s finest points is the 32-acre McKinley Park and all of its recreational amenities. While you might struggle to find Sacramento mobile homes for sale there, you won’t have trouble with other kinds of high-end real estate. Median home prices – both asking and actual sales – are around £$800,000 right now, or about $528 per square foot. The median time on the market is a quick but not hurried 43 days. Midtown Sacramento You won’t have trouble buying a mobile home in Sacramento Midtown. It is an eclectic neighborhood that sees hipsters rubbing shoulders with the last few hippies in existence, and plenty of young professionals in the mix for color. You can find nearly any type of real estate here, from the palatial to more modest manufactured and mobile homes. It is also a very walkable and bikeable area of the city. Median home asking prices here are around $760k, but the actual median sale price is lower, at just $747,000. This works out to around $550 per square foot. As you might suspect when the asking price tends to get negotiated down, homes stay on the market longer in Midtown – around 74 days on average. This helps to give buyers more negotiation room as well, if they are in a position to close quickly.

Sacramento demographics

Sacramento’s population as of the 2020 census was 524,923, up nearly 50,000 from the prior census in 2010. Many people choose to buy a mobile home in Sacramento because they can be built and delivered much more quickly than a traditional home, and are therefore in greater supply.

Just under 86% of Sacramento residents over the age of 25 have high school diplomas, and just over 34% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income was $65,847in 2020, and the median value of owner-occupied housing units was $361,300 in the same year.

Arts in Sacramento

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While the art and culture of the Sacramento Valley bring in plenty of immigrants, they also attract tourists in greater and greater numbers. One of the best parts of buying a mobile home in Sacramento, California is having this kind of activity on your doorstep.

Don’t miss events include the Sacramento Aloha Festival, Big Fair in Little Saigon, the Sacramento Harvest Festival, the Japanese Food & Cultural Bazaar, the California State Fair, the Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival or the Sacramento Arts Festival.

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Schools in Sacramento

Options for education in and around Sacramento include Mira Loma High School, Rio Americano High School, San Juan High School, Louis Pasteur Middle School, Will Rogers Middle School, Sylvan Middle School, Arlington Heights Elementary, Cambridge Heights Elementary and Cameron Ranch Elementary. Colleges and universities in the Sacramento Metro Area include Sacramento State, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, the UC Davis School of Medicine, Los Rios Community College, American River College, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento City College and Folsom Lake College.

Why Sacramento?

There are plenty of reasons to buy a mobile home in Sacramento right now. The economy is recovering quickly there, and as people migrate in from the California coast – and much farther afield – the towns and suburbs surrounding Sacramento are growing rapidly. The real question is whether you can see yourself being happy in Sacramento, and whether you want to pay the asking price for land there.

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