Orange County Real Estate Market Report
Orange County Real Deal News
- Orange County Real Estate Market Report – January 2018 As we’ve mentioned previously, in a “normal market cycle” prices bottom out in December and January. So far we are seeing the same trend. In December, however, there was a slight bump in listings which was most likely due to tax reform. The stock market volatility of the last couple of days is also worth a ...
- 2-1-1 Orange County’s 2017 Homeless Count & Survey The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires that communities administer a Point-in-Time (PIT) Count every two years. The goal of the PIT is to tally all people experiencing homelessness over a 24 hour period of time in the county. The Point-in-Time Count for 2017 in Orange County took place in late January ...
- Video: Orange County Real Estate Market Update, Fall 2017 Hello there, it’s me, Steven Thomas, with ReportsOnHousing.com. You know how the Orange County housing market has been on fire all year long and I have been touting how the inventory has been ultra-low with fewer homeowners placing FOR SALE signs in their yards? That’s not going to change for the rest of the year. The supply ...
Orange County Real Estate News
5 love languages of commercial real estate brokers
by Allen Buchanan on October 19, 2019 at 3:00 pm
The kind of language that defines a broker tells you a lot about the way he or she works a deal. […]
Make sure your home shines before hitting the market
by Leslie Sargent Eskildsen on October 19, 2019 at 2:39 pm
Polish the baseboards, wipe down the back splash and clean out the cobwebs before buyers come a-knocking. […]
Drawbridge Realty acquires office buildings in Aliso Viejo
by Kevin Smith on October 19, 2019 at 12:12 am
Drawbridge Realty has expanded its portfolio with the purchase of two office buildings in Aliso Viejo. […]
Real estate news: WeWork opens its first members-only offices in Newport Beach
by Staff report on October 18, 2019 at 3:00 pm
Also: Jamboree Housing Corp. and WISEPlace in Santa Ana have formed a $21 million building partnership to design and expand the nonprofit's facility, which offers resources and housing to homeless women in transition. […]
State regulators don’t second-guess low-ball appraisals
by Jeff Lazerson on October 17, 2019 at 6:35 pm
Just 15 out of 10,000 California appraisers got their license revoked last year, none for assessments that were too low. […]