View Calipatria,CA Real Estate Listings
Considered as the lowest city in the entire western hemisphere because it only rises 56 meters below sea level, Calipatria is a quaint multicultural place within the Imperial County and the El Centro Metropolitan Area. It is conveniently positioned along State Route 111 and offers urban amenities, attractions and residential neighborhoods festooned with swaying palm trees. Tourists from all over the country are flocked to this area because of its notable attractions like the uniquely-made Salvation Mountain and its 184-fee flag-pole which is considered as the tallest of its kind in the whole world.
Schools, shopping centers, recreational areas and emergency services are all offered in Calipatria making it an easy magnet for those seeking a peaceful city that offers both the comforts of rural and urban living. It also allows its residents easy access to the Mexican border and bustling metropolis like Los Angeles, Palm Springs and San Diego. If you are looking for an affordable small town living that offers serene atmosphere and easy access to urban areas then the city is perfect for you. You can get yourself a real
estate agent from the established JohnHart Real Estate who will take care of all the necessities. But first, it is always wise to check out the Calipatria short sale listing. The list offers different kinds of properties for sale that come with reasonable rates.
If you are from the city and are planning to sell because of mortgage problems, default issues and impending bankruptcy then it is also wise to seek help from JohnHart Real Estate. They not only provide helpful real estate agents but also mortgage help services like foreclosure prevention, short sale and loan modification which all help in preventing your home value from dropping. Whether buying or selling a distressed property, our company is your best bet in enjoying satisfying deals.
Active Properties within 10 miles of Calipatria,CA
Nothing to show yet
Sold Properties within 10 miles of Calipatria,CA
Nothing to show yet