This foreclosed property is in the heart of Otay Ranch, Chula Vista. The reason why we like this home for you is that it is a 1-story home. No worries about falling & hurting joints from stairs is why you will buy this home. It has 4 bedrooms and a very good size backyard with a patio. We can easily see this home go for about $600k, but you can get it for much less. For military owners (eventual PCS) or future landlords, by having a 1-story home, you are focusing on a very specific demographic tenant who would be more willing to give you higher rents, due to the convenience/ease of a 1-story rental home. There are lots of possibilities here! Give us a call at 619-800-2619 to schedule a tour ASAP.You can also get more information on this link: Otay Ranch 1-story Foreclosure
Author:Jeff Luzadas Phone: 619-800-2619 Dated: March 16th 2016 Views: 3,185 About Jeff: Jeff Luzadas has had more than a decade's worth of experience in real estate. He's helped out in fin...
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