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Dublin is situated amongst the rolling hills of the Bay Area. It sits along the north side of Interstate 580 at the intersection with Interstate 680. Only behind Santa Clarita, Dublin is the second fastest-growing city in the state of California. With its own BART station, traveling to any part of the Bay Area is a breeze. Dublin is a diverse, safe, and family-friendly city to perfect for raising a family! Immerse yourself in the great mix of shopping centers, parks, schools, and restaurants.
Located in the central San Joaquin Valley, Lathrop is within a short proximity to San Francisco, the Delta, and Sierra Mountains, in addition to other popular destinations. Although commonly considered as a commuter city, Lathrop can also be the perfect location to settle down in. This family-friendly city is home to an excellent school system and the Parks and Recreation Department. Catering to 23,110 people, you will easily be able to fit in.
California’s oldest wine region, Livermore is located in Alameda County, housing over 84,852 people. Its vast range of wineries, farmlands, and ranches, in addition to its diverse arts and culture, contribute to the city's western heritage. Besides remaining true to its heritage, Livermore continues to be the most academically engaged and technologically advanced city within the area. Whether looking to get away from the congested lifestyle of the Silicon Valley or desiring to be in close proximity to it, Livermore is the destination for your next home.
Tree-lined streets and a small village atmosphere characterize Los Alto. located in the heart of world-famous Silicon Valley, it is easy to access cities such as San Jose, Cupertino, Palo Alto and even San Francisco to the north. This gives the city the ability to be near technology while staying un-tech itself. Thinking of raising a family here? Los Altos carries some of the top schools in the state and provides great preparation and opportunities for college. Being very quaint, safe, and friendly is what makes this town a wonderful place to live in.
Coined as the "Family City," Manteca is located in the Central Valley of California and is home to over 79,000 people. This small city caters to both commuters, considering it is located amongst major highways and railroads, and families due to its many family favorite attractions, such as Bass Pro Shop and Big League Dreams Sports Complex. This continuously growing city continues to be of high interest to both individuals and their families as housing becomes more expensive in the Bay Area.
An ever growing city, with a population of over 201,165 people, Modesto is situated in the Central Valley. It's close proximity to Fresno, Merced, San Francisco, Sacramento, Yosemite National Park, and many other points of interest make it a popular location to raise a family. Within this 45-mile city you, in addition to your family, are guaranteed to find something to do, whether it be enjoying the many shopping plazas, sports complexes, or downtown area.
Located on the outskirts of Tracy, CA this all-inclusive, family-oriented housing community caters to a population of 9,700 people, all of whom contribute to this vibrant community. Free from the fast-paced city lifestyle, Mountain House is only a quick drive to the city of Tracy, where shopping plazas and restaurants can be found. The housing community, itself, consists of state of the art schools, gorgeous parks, countless recreation choices, and cutting-edge technology.
Nestled between the Santa Cruz Mountains and San Francisco Bay, Mountain View is a diverse community, ideally located 10 miles north of San Jose and 35 miles south of San Francisco. The City is home to approximately 75,000 residents, many nationally and internationally known corporations, and a thriving small business base. While leading the region in innovation and ideas, the City remains committed to the traditional values of strong neighborhoods and citizen involvement. Mountain View boasts strong safety and public education records and is considered one of the best places to live in the Bay Area.
Situated just across the bay and a short BART ride away, Oakland enjoys easier access to downtown San Francisco with much more affordable housing. Job opportunities are more abundant as Oakland has been experiencing a massive growth in jobs, especially in tech and media. Oakland has warmer and sunnier weather throughout the year. The city continues to be heavily focused on being green with its sustainability and gorgeous landscape. Connect with the diverse, artistic, and culturally minded community.
The City known as "Birthplace of the Silicon Valley," Palo Alto is located within Santa Clara County and borders San Mateo County. Palo Alto is easily accessible to major surface routes, including Interstate 280, Highway 101, Highway 84 - the Dumbarton Bridge and Highway 92 - the Hayward-San Mateo Bridge. The blend of business and residential areas anchored by a vibrant downtown defines Palo Alto’s unique character. Proximity to Stanford University with its cultural and educational offerings add to the vibrance, innate charm and beauty of Palo Alto.
Pleasanton is a major suburb identified by the U.S. Census as one of the wealthiest middle-sized cities in the nation. Pleasanton’s highly educated population, workforce, and school system ranked among the top 10 in California reflect a community that values education. Never get bored with the 1,200 acres of surrounding parks, over 220 dining establishments, and multiple festivals and parades along Main Street. Pleasanton is perfectly located at the junction of I-580 and I-680 and is proximate to the major business markets of Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and the Central Valley.
Although a relatively small community, located in central San Joaquin Valley, Ripon prides itself as being a "Quality of Life" city. Ripon's traditional values, combined with its recreational lifestyle, make it the right fit for any individual or family looking to be a part of a tranquil and friendly community. This close-knit city is always striving to find ways to bring the community together, whether it be through festivals or downtown events. With a population of over 15,000, this city continues to grow into the wonderful community that it is.
The closest town to the south bank of the Stanislaus River, Salida is known as one of the farming centers of the Central Valley. Aside from this, Salida offers boutique shopping, a world-class Gallo Center for the Arts, and live music, allowing you and your family plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved with the community. Despite its many activities, Salida still provides a very relaxed and easy going lifestyle, suitable for raising a family.
Enjoy the Suburban feel while still being in proximity of San Francisco and the Silicon Valley! The City of San Ramon is located in the San Ramon Valley of Contra Costa County, approximately 35 miles east of the City of San Francisco. The San Ramon Valley has long been considered one of the most desirable living areas in the Bay Area because of its scenic beauty, suburban charms, excellent school systems, and proximity to major employment centers. San continues to grow and has the potential for the development of a new culture.
Located in the heart of the Central Valley, Stockton is home to 310,000 people, all of whom make up the rich heritage and diverse community. Designated as an “All-American City,” Stockton is the perfect distance between Sacramento and San Francisco, providing a wide variety of things to do for you and your family. Whether looking for a home to settle down in or one that provides quick commuter access, Stockton is the perfect location for you.
Sunnyvale has a prime Silicon Valley location less than an hour away from two of California’s largest cities (San Francisco and San Jose), the Pacific Ocean, and California’s famed Redwood Forests. Sunnyvale enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate with temperatures rarely soaring above the high 70s in the summer, and infrequently falling below the low 50s in the winter. The City’s park and recreation system boasts 23 parks; facilities for golf, tennis and swimming and plenty of other options to keep you busy. With a population of 153,389 it is easy to fit right in.
Classified as one of the "friendliest little cities" in the Central Valley, Tracy continues to serve as a community full of tradition and charity. Originally established as a farm town, Tracy continues to grow into an innovative city, looking to grow the community towards prosperity. Its small downtown area showcases community events and a farmers' market so that there is always something to do, whether it be with friends or family. Tracy remains as one of the communities that continues to value family, faith, education, and the arts.