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Fresno, California
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices

Updated On: April 2, 2020
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
93704 2,400 sf $408,000 4
93706 2,000 sf $386,000 1,700 sf $263,000 13
93711 2,400 sf $434,000 4
93720 2,000 sf $369,000 1,800 sf $358,000 10
93722 2,100 sf $307,000 1,300 sf $223,000 14
Updated on:   April 2, 2020

Asking Price in 93704 - 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes
93704 real estate listing price trend

Homes for Sale in Fresno

Fresno Real Estate & Homes for Sale in California

Fresno is truly a community of diversity. Both an agricultural and industrial center, Fresno offers many recreational, cultural, and economic opportunities. Located in the large, central California valley, Fresno has thrived on its fertile soils for many years. The city is actually the country’s largest producer of agricultural products, but Fresno’s large and capable population, 450,000 strong, has additionally prompted exciting business growth. Fresno is roughly four hours north of Los Angeles and three hours south of San Francisco. Several major roadways, State Routes 99, 180,and 41, provide convenient access to outlying communities and the rest of the state. The city offers a full range of cultural and fine arts activities, including performances by the Fresno Philharmonic, local dance troupes, and the Fresno Ballet. Regional parks, municipal golf courses, public swimming centers, skateboard parks and more ensure that residents of all ages always have a retreat nearby. The city’s community services programs are strong; available programs include youth and adult sports leagues, after-school activities, and other special events. In addition, Fresno is close to some of California’s most stunning recreational sites, including Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. Public education is provided by Fresno and Clovis Unified School District. The organization operates over 100 campuses serving kindergarten through the 12th grade, and maintains an average student-to-teacher ratio of about 20 to 1. Higher education campuses nearby include California State University at Fresno, Fresno City College and Fresno Pacific College.

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Price Range of Fresno Houses

From starter homes to expansive, lakefront mansions, Fresno offers many choices for home seekers. The wide range in home prices reflects the diversity of the market. Detached, single-family homes range in value from the low-$100,000s up to $1 million or more. Below the $500,000 level, there are many three- and four-bedroom options, including modern homes and charming, well-maintained older homes. Amenities include lake frontage, water views, community facilities such as tennis courts and swimming pools, fenced yards, and acreage. The condominium/townhouse market is substantially smaller than the thriving single-family market, but there are units available. More specifically, suburban housing in Fresno increased by 27,000 new homes during the 1990s, with more on the drawing board, including a 2,800-home planned community. The current median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California is $475,000, while Fresno’s median ranges between $250,000 and $300,000. For those who wish to custom build, there is a selection of undeveloped residential land lots.

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