12012 Celine St. ~ El Monte
Incredible Layout In a Sought After Community
Celine St. is a charming 3 bedroom, 1.75 bathroom single story home, located in a great neighborhood of El Monte. This home offers a formal living room and dining room, a quaint kitchen, an indoor laundry, in addition to an oversized detached garage. Celine St. has a lot to offer as it includes a spacious dining room right off the entry, a charming kitchen with hardwood cabinets, two bedrooms with attached bathrooms, recessed lighting throughout, window coverings, and a new wall furnace. What makes this home so unique is the large lot as it offers an abundance of fruit trees including cherries, apricots, oranges, avocados, and so much more. The opportunities for this great property are endless!
Additional Property Details:
|List Price:||$399,900 – $419,900||Sq. Feet:||1422|
|Baths:||1.75||Lost Size:||6266 sq. ft.|
|MLS#:||TBD||Parking:||1 Car Detached|
|HOA:||$0||Schools:||El Monte City School Dist.|
Celine St. is located within in the El Monte City School District. Click on any of the images below, where you will be taken directly to the school district, or specific school websites.
El Monte is a great place to call home… It’s convenient to schools, shopping and local freeways throughout. Check out all of the community features below on our Hyper Local website at www.NorthOrangeCountyMarketWatch.com. In addition to viewing the local amenities, you can compare schools from all over the country, view available properties, tract inventory, view closed sales and so much more…
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Last thought… Here is a special report that we have prepared to better help buyers like you reach their goals.
The 6 (Not-So-Simple) Steps to Securing a Home Loan
From the word “mortgage” to the methods used by lenders to determine how much to loan, the home loan process can be confusing to first timers. In fact, one third of the respondents to a 2011 Wall Street Journal survey of homebuyers said that the most difficult part of buying a home was understanding the loan process.
It can also be quite stressful, especially when you’ve got your eye on a cute Craftsman bungalow and are waiting on pins and needles to learn if you qualify to purchase it.
Let’s take a look at the conventional home loan process, from start to finish. Here’s a breakdown of the process in six steps to help you get a better understanding of it. (Please note that VA loans, FHA and USDA loans are a bit different.)