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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 […]

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10 Orange County Children’s Charities You Can Support

It’s comforting to know that there are so many great charitable organizations in Orange County that help children. Nonprofit organizations in the area help families and children from all backgrounds deal with trauma, and physical and mental health challenges, as they transition into adulthood.

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 […]

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The 10 Best Happy Hours in Orange County, California

If you’re looking for that perfect happy hour spot to unwind and socialize with friends then you’re going to want to check out this list of Best Happy Hours in Orange County, CA. Check out the small sample of exciting happy hour destinations below and get ready to get happy.

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 […]

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Q2 2021 Housing Market Update

In the short term at least, real estate market growth in Orange County seems to show no signs of slowing down any time soon, as seen through the three market indicators discussed below.

Is it Time to Move into a Single-Story Home?

“Nationwide, the share of new homes with two or more stories fell from 53% in 2018 to 52% in 2019, while the share of new homes with one story grew from 47% to 48%.”

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