Why should I buy real estate in Soquel, CA?
Soquel, CA rests along the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The small, quaint-like town of Soquel neighbors the vibrant commercial district in Capitola which consists of restaurants, shops, and entertainment. Sunset Magazine named Capitola one of the best beach towns. Nearly 10,000 people live here, most likely attracted to its natural beauty and other attraction. The beach town has its own public library, several well-used parks, established neighborhoods, and home to the only indoor shopping mall in Santa Cruz County. Also, you can find these local festivals every year:
- Concerts and music in Esplanade Park and the beach every summer.
- The Capitola Beach Festival every September on Labor Day.
- The Capitola Art & Wine Festival in the Fall.
- The wharf and Capitola Historical Museum offer year-round diversions.
Are there first-time homebuyer programs for Soquel, CA real estate?
Santa Cruz County offers homebuyer programs that can be useful for first-time buyers. You can read more details about it here. The state of California, along with the U.S. government, offers many other programs for first-time homebuyers that might be applicable for purchasing your first home in Soquel, CA.
Do you include MLS listings for Soquel, CA homes for sale?
Yes, we include MLS listings for real estate available to buy in Soquel, CA.
Can I find condos and townhomes in Soquel, CA as well?
You can find condominiums ("condos") and townhomes in Soquel, CA by using the Property Types filter at the top-right. In case you're wondering about the differences between a condo and townhouse, here's an explanation below:
- A condo is a type of real estate where you share joint ownership of the building with other residents. You own the airspace and interior of the structure section that you purchase, but not the building itself. The building is managed by an Association, and the condo owner only owns the land surrounding the building and the building itself.
- A townhouse refers to a type of construction where living spaces are connected and not free-standing, but also not internally interconnected. You own the front yard and backyard and assume ownership of your building.