Category: Housing Report

Orange County Housing Report: Last Call for 2021

October 4, 2021 Housing will shift to the Holiday Market in just 7-weeks and buyer and seller activity will plunge […]

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Orange County Housing Report: Luxury Soars

Written BySteven Thomas LUXURY HOUSING EMERGED FROM THE LOCKDOWNS OFCOVID-19 WITH UNBELIEVABLE STRENGTH AND HASREACHED UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS. In June of […]

Housing Report September 2021

Orange County Housing Report: The Autumn Calm

The Autumn Market is officially here and with it typically comes a drop in the supply of available homes to […]

Housing Report | Jeanette Nelson

Orange County Housing Report: Unhealthy Pace

August 23, 2021 Although home values have been skyrocketing at a record pace, eating into affordability, the housing market is […]

Housing Report | Jeanette Nelson

Orange County Housing Report: Forbearance, Foreclosures, Facts

Seemingly everyone is expecting a wave of foreclosure due to forbearance, yet taking a closer look at the facts reveals […]

Permanently Parked | Jeanette Nelson

Orange County Housing Report: Permanently Parked

Ever since the Great Recession, far fewer homeowners have been selling their homes annually, and now even fewer are opting […]

Not a Good Time to Buy? | Jeanette Nelson

Orange County Housing Report: Not a Good Time to Buy?

Potential buyers are being fooled into thinking it is not a good time to purchase and are delaying their plans, […]

Top 5 Trends | Jeanette Nelson

Orange County Housing Report: Top 5 Trends

When there is so much noise swirling around housing, it is a good idea to take a step back and […]

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Orange County Housing Report: Summer Transition

The distractions of summer impact the housing market. The busiest time of the year in terms of demand, the Spring Market, comes to an end with the conclusion of the school year and graduations.

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Orange County Housing Report: Is Housing Unaffordable?

It boils down to perspective. Looking only at housing prices tells only part of the story. It is important to also consider household incomes and the prevailing mortgage rates.

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