Don’t miss out on these fun events all around the OC this weekend!
Tomatomania! at Roger’s Gardens Mar. 2-11 The world’s largest (and most fun) tomato plant sale! Scott Daigre and his staff of Tomatomaniacs offer an astonishing selection of over 200 varieties of heirloom and hybrid tomato plants, including new varieties for 2018 & the Tomato of the Year. Time/Place: 9am-6pm / 2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd., Corona del Mar Contact: 949-640-5800 / www.rogersgardens.com Parenting
When it Comes to Explaining Low Inventory Some Theories Are Better Than Others Everyone agrees the U.S. housing market is being squeezed by low inventory. What they don’t agree on is why. As home inventory sits near post-recession lows, there are many hypotheses on why there are so few homes for sale today. Here are the five leading theories: (1)
7 simple steps to help you save for a house in just twelve months. Want to buy a home but don’t have a pile of cash in the bank? You’re not alone. Trulia research tells us that saving up for a down payment is the biggest obstacles to homeownership for first-time buyers, behind poor credit history, qualifying for a mortgage, and rising home prices. When
Nestled in the hills and trees of Aliso Viejo, California, you find Ridgecrest Park. This week on Community Park Spotlight Troy Gregory tours the beauties of this expansive, secluded park! Have you been here? Location: Right off Aliso Creek Road — so it’s most easily reached by exiting the 73 Tollroad at Glenwood Drive. Head towards Aliso Creek Road and
With half of 2017 in the rearview mirror, it is helpful to take a look at where housing has been, where it is now, and where it is heading. Orange County Housing Report July 19th, 2017 by Steven Thomas: Quantitative Economics and Decision Sciences Housing Checkup: Every once in a while, it is helpful to take a step back and evaluate the
The Lynch Group Agent, Troy Gregory, spotlights Pavion Park in Mission Viejo, California. OPENED: December, 2014 LOCATION: 24051 Pavion, Mission Viejo, CA 92692 HIGHLIGHTS: – It’s universally accessible! – They integrated a little natural history with interpretive signs about animals that are (or were once) native to the area. – Colorful adirondack chairs grouped for socializing. – A big colorful
The eight-year seller drought is a relentless trend that has significantly contributed to Orange County’s hot market. Active Inventory: Within the past couple of weeks, the active inventory only increased by 3%. Since January 1st, the active inventory has only grown by 377 homes. Within the past couple of weeks it added 128, or 3%, and now sits at 4,448.