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California Department of Housing and Community Development - Nor
9342 Tech Center Dr Ste 550, Sacramento, CA 95826

This office is just one of two the California Department of Housing and Community Development in the entire state forMore licensing manufactured homes, mobile homes and employer-provided housing. The office on Tech Center Drive near National University provides services to developers and individuals looking to add a new home in a mobile park, build a new park, or license or register a new manufactured home.

These types of construction are regulated by federal building codes and this department is considered California's expert on the subject.

Eberle Remodeling
9245 Beatty Dr, Sacramento, CA 95826
Eberle Remodeling is a home design-build company that specializes in kitchens, bathrooms, interiors, room additions andMore whole house building.
Larry's Moving Helpers
3519 Mignon St, Sacramento, CA 95826
Larry's Moving Helpers is a home-based business that is located on 3519 Mignon St. This private company was establishedMore in 2004 and the moving helpers come to the client's house and helps move furniture and belongings to the new house. This company employs between five and nine moving helpers to assist with clients' needs.
Metro Financial Realty
9521 Folsom Blvd Ste O, Sacramento, CA 95827
Metro Financial Realty is a mortgage and loan firm owned by real estate agents since 1991. The agents specialize inMore getting clients loans to buy homes as well as finding homes for lease for tenants. This realty specializes in commercial loans and mortgages and also shows open houses to future homeowners.
Stanford Home
8912 Volunteer Ln, Sacramento, CA 95826

Originally housed in an historic mansion that had been donated by local philanthropists, Stanford Home providesMore alternatives to institutional care for children. The organization focuses on "The top one percent of the most challenged and complex youth within Sacramento County's Child Protective Services, Probation Department and Children's Mental Health."

Previously, Stanford Home did this through group homes. Having closed all its group homes in 2006, it now provides foster care, therapeutic behavioral services, community protection and treatment and family-centered programs.

The organization's current facility near Folsom Boulevard opened in 2008.