Select Page

North Highlands Cali Fast Home Buyers

this is an image of house we buy in North Highlands, California

North Highlands is a census-designated place nestled in Sacramento County. Some 50,000 people call it home. Recently, portions of North Highlands have been renovated to attract business owners and make a better impression upon visitors. Some people have likened the city to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Jekyll and Hyde, in that the streets are quiet and sweet by day, but can become rather dangerous by night. Working-class families, living together, make up most of the neighborhoods. The soldier on through a changing America, punching the clock, paying utility bills, and perhaps stopping to realize—as rocker John Mellencamp once pointed out—that you can’t tell your best buddy that you love him.

But let us not travel too far down a dreary road. North Highlanders do say hello to their neighbors quite often. By day at least, the smiling, cheerful faces of its residents reflect a pleasant little niche of the world where owning a house wouldn’t be such a bad thing at all. Having said as much, we at Cali Fast Home Buyers understand that things seldom last forever. Should you ever find yourself needing to sell your North Highlands home fast, for any reason, we’re the ones to call. Dial (916) 516-1417 to get a brief evaluation, followed by a fast cash offer. It’s that simple.

More about North Highlands

The city owes its ties, in part, to McClellan Air Force Base, which operated from 1935 to 2001. During the base’s run, military housing was needed, and North Highlands seemed the perfect place to build. In 1993, the Pentagon named McClellan Air Force Base for closure, but this was put off for several years as delegates went back and forth with the Clinton administration about why the decision had been made, and whom for. Eventually, the base did close. Today, it is known as McClellan Business Park. Hundreds of private companies now occupy 8 million square feet of space. Besides them, a few state, government, and federal agencies call the area home.

In North Highlands, a lot of stark changes exist between neighborhoods. On one street, a resident might compliment the city for its safety and serenity, while just one block over, another resident has given up hope on a noisy, dangerous town, and is planning to leave. It’s a city in flux from happy days at the public park to keep your windows locked at night. We feel that the former will eventually overcome the latter. Already officials are rolling out plans to truly make North Highlands a great place to live. All it takes is a little time and a little care. Cali Fast Home Buyers knows much about both. When you call us to come to look at your home, we seldom judge by what we see. Rather, it’s what can become of what we see. That’s why you’ll always get a fair cash offer for the property, regardless of its size, location, or condition. Best of all, you won’t have to go back and forth with real estate agencies that can take months to provide results. Cali Fast Home Buyers gets the deal closed in days—sometimes even hours.

Activities in North Highlands

The aforementioned McClellan Business Park is also home to the Aerospace Museum of California. It includes both outdoor and indoor exhibits, plus a theater and a gift shop. The displays you’ll encounter are nothing short of amazing. Get up close and personal with authentic military and civilian aircraft. Sit in some of the cockpits and understand that you don’t need to go to college to become a pilot (a frightful fact). Numerous rocket engines from different eras of space travel are on display. When you’re done looking at them, take a trip to Mars by way of the Mars Theater. That’s right, you don’t have to be Douglas Quaid to explore the red planet. Just have a seat in the facility’s “Mars Habitat Pod” and enjoy the show.

Stalactites and stalagmites are not exactly common in the Golden State. Want to see some anyway? Visit the Black Chasm Cavern. It exists just a short drive down the road, in the little hamlet of Volcano, California. But if you’re into this sort of thing, the trip is well worth the gas. On an underground tour, guests get to see three huge chambers, one of which has a blue lake about 80 feet below the viewing platform. An experienced guide takes visitors through a wondrous tour, explaining things and answering questions.

In nearby Carmichael is the Jensen Botanical Gardens. Take a peaceful stroll through multiple species of flora and fauna. The charming little trails lead to secret groves where flowers sway in a whispering breeze. Photo opportunities abound beneath the shady trees. Before long you’re sure to be hit on social media. And even if that doesn’t pan out, the Jensen Botanical Gardens is easy to love. Should you ever chance to visit the area, put it on your list of things to see?

North Highlands housing

A typical North Highlands home is going to cost about $270,000. That is…wait for it…103% lower than the state average of $552,800. Sound appealing? We’d suppose so if you happen to be a buyer. For sellers, the figure may not inspire much optimism. Now couple that with the fact that most of the area’s homes receive multiple offers, which means more time between the day the For Sale sign goes up and the day of closure.

If you don’t have that kind of time, or if you’d simply rather not ride the merry-go-round of cleanings, repairs, stagings, and showings, call Cali Fast Home Buyers for a quick solution. Inside of just one week, we’ll come to see the house and present you with a cash offer. It’s a great deal for homeowners looking to get a jump on other property that’s up for sale, or need to relocate fast. And again:  Don’t worry about making repairs, or even resolving possible code violations. We take care of that stuff so you can be out the door sooner. Give us a call today at  (916) 516-1417 to find out more.