Downtown Estates is a neighborhood in Union City, California. Downtown Estates mostly features cozy homes that are high value. This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Union City area.
This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy. Residents can spend days swimming and relaxing at the community pool.
Downtown Estates is largely a condo community. The homes in Downtown Estates represent a wide range of time periods and styles. In general, homes in Downtown Estates are about $250,000 – $500,000 and sit on half-acre lots with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The most common types of parking are carport - 1, off street parking, covered parking, space per unit - 1, attached garage, carport, guest parking, tandem parking, carport - 2 or more, parking spaces, garage parking, carport/pad, none, lot, other, space per unit - 2 and attached.
We understand that buying a house for the first time can be stressful and challenging, but we hope that the resources below can assist you in your efforts to afford a down payment and secure your first home loan. Below is some additional information on first time home buyer assistance. You can also take a look at our First Time Home Buyers Informational Handout for a list of resources available.
A NEW down payment assistance program for Alameda County. AC Boost provides financial assistance to middle-income working households to purchase a home in Alameda County. The program offers shared appreciation loans of up to $150,000 to first-time home-buyers who live in, work in, or have been displaced from Alameda County. Applying for AC Boost is free, fast, and simple! AC Boost is funded by Alameda County Measure A1 and administered by nonprofit organization Hello Housing.
A Below-Market-Rate (BMR) home is a home that is priced to be affordable to households that are low to moderate income. Usually, the BMR price is lower than the prices of similar homes that are being sold on the open market. BMR owners must occupy the home as their primary residence and cannot rent the home.