The High Desert is still the most affordable housing in the state of California. This includes Victorville, Barstow, Apple Valley, Hesperia and all the smaller towns around these. Check out my website at www.ElegantDesertHomes.com Patrick
by pgabrielson1 - 16 hours ago
The desert is the cheapest real estate. If you want the cheapest real estate you'd actually want to live in, I think you've found it. $30-40k is nothing for a house.
by intelbarn - 16 hours ago
Anywhere not by the ocean, try the northern border (along Oregon's southern border) or the eastern border (up and down the Nevada/Arizona border).
by rjakjr - 16 hours ago
The central farming towns in the middle of the state (Soledad, etc.) also have cheap real estate, though I don't know if there is property as low as $30-$40k.
by apropos2001 - 16 hours ago
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