The 2019 $0 down, FED home loan limit for Contra Costa County is $726,525.
Located on the western edge of California, Contra Costa County is the perfect place for outdoors-lovers. The county has several different regions, each with a feel all their own, so you are sure to find the perfect fit for your lifestyle. If you are a fan of being outdoors, then you will love all of the natural areas in Contra Costa County. There are a multitude of attractions in the county that are sure to interest anyone, including museums, historic sites, and much more! Have your next party or family gathering at one of the many beautiful parks in Contra Costa County. The current population of Contra Costa County is 1,126,745. Contra Costa was one of the original California counties to be created in 1850.
Be sure to engage in all of your favorite outdoor activities at one of the scenic locations in Contra Costa County. The Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge is home to some of the most interesting a beautiful wildlife. The Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge is also the location of the San Joaquin River, which is an excellent place for fishing, boating, swimming, and much more. The most famous landmark in Contra Costa County is Mount Diablo. Thousands of visitors come to Mount Diablo for its excellent hiking and climbing opportunities. The view from the top of Mount Diablo is a can’t miss!
There are many interesting attractions in Contra Costa County, where people of all ages can have a good time. The Blackhawk Museum is known for its massive collection of antique and rare automobiles. People interested in automobiles should check out all of the interesting exhibits and artifacts available at the Blackhawk Museum. The Lindsay Wildlife Experience is a great place to learn about many different plant and animal species. A popular attraction within the Lindsay Wildlife Experience is a beekeeping experience, where visitors can learn more about the life of a beekeeper! Other great attractions in Contra Costa County include the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site and the John Muir National Historic Site.
Those looking for the perfect place to spend time with their families should visit one of the beautiful parks in Contra Costa County. Briones Regional Park offers beautiful views of the California landscape and is home to several hiking trails and landmarks. Along the hiking trails of Briones Regional Park you are sure to see some of the most amazing wildlife species. Mount Diablo State Park allows visitors the opportunity to take in views of the majestic mountain. Other parks in Contra Costa County include Howe Homestead Park, San Pablo Recreational Area, and Marsh Creek State Park.
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Contra Costa County Major Areas
Antioch, Brentwood, Clayton, Concord, Danville, El Cerrito, Hercules, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, San Pablo, San Ramon, Walnut Creek
95219, 94596, 94595, 94598, 94597, 94507, 94506, 94509, 94511, 94801, 94513, 94803, 94802, 94805, 94804, 94517, 94807, 9451, 94806, 94519, 94518, 94521, 94520, 94523, 94525, 94505, 94526, 94528, 94531, 94530, 94548, 94547, 94549, 94553, 94556, 94561, 94563, 94564, 94569, 94572, 94583, 94582
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