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Top 10 Reasons to Live in Cypress

  • Upward trend for home values. If you want to put your hard-earned dollars into something that's becoming more valuable, whether it's rent to own or financed by a mortgage, Cypress homes are the investment for you. Property values increased by over 13% over the past year. They're predicted to rise by over 6% in the coming year.

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  • Cheer the horses. At the Los Alamitos Race Course, which is wholly within the city of Cypress, you can bet on a horse or two as they run down the track. You can also dine before, during or after the excitement in the elegant surroundings of the course's Vessels Club.
  • Jump into a buyers' market. You can still take advantage of real-estate appreciation because Cypress is a buyers' market. Median list prices are $520,000, but median sale prices are 7% less at $485,300. Your local agent will know if any for sale are rent to own homes.
  • Bond with the community. Enjoy the company of locals at two citywide events. The Cypress Community Festival is one of the largest in Orange County and typically includes a chili cook-off, car show, booths and games. The Cypress Halloween Carnival encourages costumes by offering professional photographs at a nominal cost.
  • Better price per square foot. The median price per square foot of a Cypress home for sale is $307. This is a better value than the $325 per square foot you'll spend for a house in the Los Angeles metro area.
  • Sun-drenched activities. Outdoor lovers can find fulfillment in area parks such as Oak Knoll Park, which contains lighted baseball and softball fields, a sand volleyball court and picnic shelters. Veterans Park has the distinction of having a skate park, which requires a helmet and pads for use.
  • Single-family heaven. Rightly or wrongly, areas with more single-family residences are seen as more desirable than those with multi-family real estate. Over 87% of Cypress residences are single family. Only 8% are condos and 4% are other units, such as apartments. In Los Angeles, only 63% of the residences are single family, with 17% condos and 19% others. To gain the advantages of a single-family option with the financial flexibility of a rental, look for a rent to own houses.
  • Shopping sanctuaries. Born buyers can find fulfillment at Cypress Plaza, where over two dozen merchants vie for your dollars. A local dining favorite is Joe's Gourmet Deli, where all the eats are freshly made.
  • Improve your home-buying chances. The city government wants individuals to experience the joys of home ownership by making the process easier and more affordable. The Home Enhancement Loan Program helps households with home improvements with ten-year forgivable loans.
  • Celebrate successfully. If you're looking for a place to celebrate an anniversary or hold a birthday, Cypress offers several facilities to make that happen. The Cypress Senior Center features a multi-use room that seats up to 280 for dinner or 450 theater style. The Cypress Community Center has four separate spaces and a kitchen. Both are open to outsiders, but locals receive discounted prices.