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
How the online marketplace has changed commercial real estate
by Allen Buchanan on May 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm
The online hunt for commercial spaces is hindered by a lack of good technology. The buying process, however, remains mostly the same. […]
Real estate news: Work begins on $36 million kinesiology complex at OCC; Westminster School District buys $5 million condos in Rancho Santa Fe
by Staff report on May 17, 2019 at 3:30 pm
Also in the news: The Westminster School District has bought a five-unit apartment/condominium complex in Rancho Santa Fe for $5.1 million or $1.02 million per unit. […]
Sliding home prices make a U-turn in parts of Southern California
by Marilyn Kalfus on May 17, 2019 at 3:06 pm
Sales volume was down statewide, but the median resale home price set a record high in California in April, reaching $602,920. […]
KB Home unveils new home wellness features in Irvine
by Jeff Collins on May 16, 2019 at 9:56 pm
The Delos home-wellness package controls air and water quality while setting lighting to mimic sunrise and sunset. […]
Controversial housing bill that challenges single-family zoning is dead for the year
by Marisa Kendall on May 16, 2019 at 6:49 pm
SB 50, tabled until January, would allow fourplexes in neighborhoods zoned for single-family homes, and force cities to approve taller, denser apartment buildings near transit stops and in “job-rich” communities. […]