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Trying Something New…

Keeping an open mind Dana Point

Life hands us things we don’t expect; it’s up to us what we do with them.

Buyer Home Purchasing Power

Purchasing a Home Orange County Home Buying

Home Buyers should expect interest rates to rise due to all the current economic changes. While a modest increase may not signal the end of the world, it WILL eat into their purchasing power and the amount of home they can afford. They should take this into consideration when timing their home purchase.

Choosing a Neighborhood

It’s easy to get excited about a beautiful home that meets your criteria, but take the time to check out the area and neighborhood, too. The neighborhood and location can impact your monthly payment, enjoyment of your home and your lifestyle.

Orange County Real Estate Market At a Glance

Orange County Homes Housing Market

Here are some highlights of the current Orange County Real Estate Market. Currently a tepid seller’s market, but inventory is still low, especially in the lower price ranges.

A Home You Can Afford is a Home You Can Love

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You don’t have to spend a million dollars to find happiness in a home here in Orange County. There are many affordable alternatives in nice locations that would make good investments and great homes. Let’s face it; if you dread that monthly house payment,…

Home Price Appreciation

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Everyone wants to make a good deal when they buy a home or condo. The best way to insure that is to invest in an Orange County home where you can see yourself living for many years.

Let’s Make a Deal

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When a buyer sees an overpriced listing, they should not dismiss it out of hand. Research the recent sales and contact the agent to see if the seller will look at a reasonable offer. It could turn out to be a win-win deal for all parties.

Home Buying and Selling Stress

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Yes, buying and selling your home can be very stressful, especially if it is your first time doing so. There are so many factors to consider and so much paperwork! But the benefits are ultimately worth it otherwise no one would be doing it….