Strong Demand For Homes in Orange County, CA

Home Living Report – Orange County Real Estate News by Diego Loya If you own a home in Orange County, CA you are in HOT demand. The trend of 2013 continues. Houses, condos and townhomes in Orange County have continued to appreciate month over month. Substantial profits have been made this year from homeowners that […]

Patient Homeowners Take Advantage of Freak Market

Home values in the State of California have been in an uncharacteristically steep rise since the beginning of the year 2013. While many worry that this steep rise in home values is a sure sign of another Real Estate bubble, the reality is that while values continue to increase, patient homeowners are crawling into positive […]

Real Estate Sizzles in Orange County, CA

Real estate is sizzling in Orange County, CA as home prices continue to climb year over year, month over month. I’ll say it again, if you are contemplating selling, do it! Don’t miss the boat. Real estate prices will not stay high forever and we cannot predict the future, all we know right now is […]

Property Taxes from Orange County Real Estate Boom to Fuel Local Economy

When Orange County homeowners hear that the property tax base is rising, that may sound a bit unsettling at first, but when it’s factored in that this is occurring because of how much more home’s are worth this year, the trend makes sense. What’s more, a higher property tax base means billions of California tax […]

Real Estate is Hot Hot Hot in Orange County, CA

Helpful Tips For Home Buyers          Helpful Tips For Home Sellers As potentially the brightest sun in the current economic recovery, housing  activity has followed the mercury higher this summer. Interest rates and new construction activity have been in the spotlight lately, fueled by concerns over tapering Federal Reserve activity and ongoing inventory […]

Foreclosure Filings Down as Housing Market Improves

Foreclosure rates are on the decline, according to an article from money.cnn.com. The report indicates that foreclosures filings are near where they were before the housing bubble burst, and the situation should only get better for Brea real estate in the next year. There are several factors that contribute to lower foreclosure rates, including an […]

Newer Homes Save Brea Home Owners Cash

Older homes might be cheaper to buy, but they will cost more in the long-run when purchasing real estate in Brea, California, According to an article from realtormag.realtor.org., home buyers can purchase new, bigger homes and actually save some cash. A study from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) looked at various home owner […]

Foreclosures Fall In Brea and Orange County

RealtyTrac recently listed those cities with the most foreclosures anticipated for 2013. Not one California location made the list, even those counties which had been amongst the foreclosure leaders in years past such as Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Compared to states like Florida, which had eight listings on the report, this is a landmark […]

Multiple Offers are Becoming the Norm in Orange County Real Estate

The shortage of inventory in the Orange County real estate market has created something of a buying frenzy. Recent survey results from the California Association of Realtors® show that 60% of all available property in the marketplace receives more than one offer. That is the highest percentage of multiple offer scenarios in over ten years, […]

Inventory Shows Signs of Real Estate Recovery in Orange County

The California Association of Realtors® recently reported a three-month supply of available property, a volume estimate so low that it is creating intense competition and bidding processes and driving prices northward. Orange County housing prices are increasing at rates and to levels that haven’t been seen since 2006. Interest rates remain at historic lows and […]