New Orange County Home Developments in Brea, Yorba Linda,
Irvine, Ladera Ranch, La Habra, Orange, Rancho Mission Viejo
Yorba Linda-La Habra
Santa Ana New Homes
WEDGEWOOD - YORBA LINDA
One and Two-story Single Family Homes
in Yorba Linda. Estate-sized home sites
and floor plans designed for
entertaining and outdoor living.
4,308-5,529 Square Feet
Priced From $1,770,000
PADOVA AT ORCHARD HILLS
Two-story, single family homes in
the gated enclave of the Groves at
Orchard Hills. Spacious and elegant
designs feature downstairs bed/baths, conservatory rooms or outdoor rooms
and the convenient, Irvine lifestyle!
2,864-3,474 Square Feet
Priced from $1,425,000
Two-Story Single Family Homes located just a few miles from the beach. Featuring Coastal California Rooms, a first-floor master suite, covered decks and ocean breezes daily.
3,496-4,074 Square Feet
Priced from $1,537,000
ARTISAN AT SOUTH COAST
Gated, two-story single family homes near South Coast Metro. Minutes from South Coast Plaza & Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Spacious floor plans featuring outdoor rooms and downstairs bed/bath. Convenient freeway access and close to
John Wayne Airport!
2,800-3,056 Square Feet
Priced from $1,024,090
SKYLARK - LA HABRA
Three-story attached homes with spacious & smart floor plans that feature game rooms, lofts and covered decks. Close to the brand-new a La Habra Civic Center, schools, employment and all that
North OC has to offer.
1,979-2,121 Square Feet
Priced from $629,000
DUET AT CADENCE PARK
Pulte's newest addition to Irvine in one of the most appealing areas in Great Park. Duet offers an exciting new line up of 96 homes that showcase unique floor plan designs with many options to choose from and generous rear yard spaces.
2,820-2,900 Square Feet
2 Car Garages
Priced from $1,069,880
AZURE AT ESENCIA'S THE NORTHWALK
Luxury Meets Value in Irvine. Boasting a central location within the established Village of Portola Springs, these thoughtfully designed three- and four-bedroom homes inspired by Monterey, Santa Barbara and Spanish styles feature desirable first-floor bedroom suites, chef-caliber kitchens, and private outdoor yards. Portola Springs offers prestigious schools, resort-style recreation, and easy access to Woodbury Town Center, Irvine Spectrum and I-5 and I-405 Freeways from these homes for sale in Irvine, CA. Students have access to top-notch Irvine Unified schools, including the prestigious Northwood High School.
3 to 4 Bedrooms
3 to 3.5 Baths
2,040 to 2,382 Sq Ft of Living Space
From the Mid $900,000's
Beverly at Eastwood Village
Executive Homes in Premier Irvine, CA Location. A limited collection in Irvine’s most prestigious Village of Eastwood, these large and luxurious 3,200-3,500 square foot homes feature the ultimate of luxury and style. Stately exterior architecture distinguishes these finely appointed 4, 5 and 6 bedroom new homes in Irvine, CA with plentiful options for personalization, including spacious first-floor guest suites, dual master suites and superb chef kitchens. California Rooms with expansive glass doors and coveted second floor California Terraces capture the best of outdoor living. Homeowners enjoy the advantages of living in a highly desirable Irvine location with access to I-5 and I-405, top resort amenities and excellent Irvine Unified schools, including Eastwood Elementary School just steps away.
4 to 6 Bedrooms
3.5 to 5.5 Baths
3,239 to 3,500 Sq Ft of Living Space
From the Mid $1 Millions
New Homes in Irvine,
Ladera Ranch, Orange &
Rancho Mission Viejo
MARYWOOD HILLS - ORANGE
Luxury, Single-Family Homes
3,509 to 4,357 Square Feet
4 to 5 Bedrooms
4.5 to 5.5 Baths
Bonus Rooms, Loggias and Offices
Mid $1 Millions to Mid $2 Millions
LUCCA AT ORCHARD HILLS
Lucca represents an extraordinary and rare opportunity to live in a secluded, European-inspired village, high in the countryside of a working avocado orchard at Orchard Hills in Irvine. Situated within the gates of the Groves, Orchard Hills’. Single-Family Residences Designed by Bassenian Lagoni
5 to 7 Bedrooms
4.5 to 6.5 Baths
4,189 to 5,178 Square Feet
Optional Casitas on Select Homesites
Optional Multi-Generational Suites
Priced From High $1 Millions-Low $2 Millions
MORROW AT EASTWOOD VILLAGE IRVINE
Morrow offers the very best of Irvine living. Connected by an abundance of community amenities, a new elementary school and a convenient underpass to the Jeffrey Open Space Trail, Eastwood Village offers the perfect place to start building your future. Residents enjoy an abundance of outdoor amenities and family recreation including several parks, green spaces, pools, paseos and pathways that encourage healthy living and outdoor fun. Morro represents the finest that Eastwood Village has to offer. Contemporary, spacious homes set within a village environment that connects everyone.
Designed by LCRA Architects
4 to 5 Bedrooms
5 to 5.5 Baths
3,513 to 4,022 Square Feet
From the High $1 Millions
SKY RANCH AT COVENANT HILLS
Sky Ranch presents a rare opportunity to experience the best of Ladera Ranch living. This new, exclusive hilltop enclave offers the most elevated address in Covenant Hills surrounded by natural beauty and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and rolling hills of San Juan Capistrano. The location within Covenant Hills is centrally located close to everywhere you want to be. An abundance of office, retail and dining is just around the corner at the Urban Activity Center, Mercantile East & West, Bridge Park Plaza and Sendero Marketplace.
4 to 6 Bedrooms
4.5 to 6.5 Bathrooms
4,071 to 4,914 SQ FT of Living Space
Hillside, Single-Family Homes
Designed by EBTA Architects
High $1 Millions
TOPAZ AT ESENCIA'S NORTHWALK
RANCHO MISSION VIEJO
Topaz at Esencia's NorthWalk, one of the most extraordinary new communities in Rancho Mission Viejo, will offer more room to grow for thriving move-up families who desire a more traditional single-family living experience. Topaz is a collection of spacious detached homes with generously sized lots and living areas that ensure there is room both inside and outside of the home to move freely.
Single-Story & Two-Story Design
3 to 6 Bedrooms
3.5 to 5.5 Bathrooms
2,897 to 4,420 SQ FT of Living Space
Two to Three-Car Garages
Average Lot Size: 8,850 Square Feet
From the Mid $1 Millions
AZURE AT ESENCIA'S THE NORTHWALK
RANCHO MISSION VIEJO
Azure at Esencia's NorthWalk, one of the most extraordinary new communities in Rancho Mission Viejo, is an ideal opportunity for first-time homebuyers and young couples who want to experience the best of Rancho Mission Viejo community living. Azure is comprised of two-story attached residences with contemporary town home designs. The NorthWalk Neighborhoods feature inspired architecture styles from contemporary Californian to farmhouse urban. Amenities
like our incredible 5.5-acre linear park, The Backyard, break the mold with eclectic community spaces for playing and gathering together. There is something for nearly every buyer at Azure.
1 to 3 Bedrooms
1 to 3 Baths
707 to 1,619 SQ FT of Living Space
Agave at La Floresta
Agave is a new residential enclave within the master-planned community, La Floresta
in Brea, designed to promote a convenient, yet elevated lifestyle. Set along the northernmost edge of La Floresta’s gated and 55+ age-qualified enclave of Buena Vida, the residences of Agave will offer a new and distinct architectural style – stacked single-story flats served by semi-private elevators. Agave offers the opportunity to own a new state-of-the-art residence set within in a town and community you love, making it the perfect place for the young at heart to call home. Agave, designed by Dahlin Group, will feature: • 80 Single-Story Flats • 1,389 to 1,726 Square Feet • 2 to 3 Bedrooms + Den • 2 Baths • Private Deck Area
Priced From $569,900
New Homes in Brea-Yorba Linda
PORTAROSA TOWNHOMES - BREA
Community of beautiful new two story townhomes is set behind private gates conveniently located near the Birch Hills Golf Course in Brea, CA. Innovative new home designs provide open interiors, private courtyards, and indoor-outdoor living space.
1,518 TO 1,867 Square Feet
2 - 2.5 Bathrooms
PRICING FROM UPPER $600,000's
MAGNOLIA AT LOMA VISTA
Magnolia at Loma Vista is a new collection of town homes in Yorba Linda. Loma Vista is located in a desirable neighborhood off Bastanchury - just a 5 minute drive from the Nixon Library & Museum and a mere 10 minutes from the spectacular Carbon Canyon Regional Park - this community includes a recreation center with a pool, tot lot and outdoor tables. Choose from three unique floorplans that showcase Lennar’s Everything’s Included®features, which offers a high level of upgraded appointments as standard such as stainless-steel appliances with refrigerator, beautiful cabinetry, exquisite counter tops, and more. In addition, Lennar is including the world’s first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Home Design™ with activation and support by Amazon.
1,578 to 1,878 Square Foot
3 to 4 Bedrooms
2.5 to 3.5 Bathrooms
Pricing from Low $600,000's
PRIMROSE AT LOMA VISTA
Primrose at Loma Vista is a new collection of townhomes in Yorba Linda. Choose from four unique floorplans that showcase Lennar’s Everything’s Included® features, which offers a high level of upgraded appointments as standard such as
stainless-steel appliances with refrigerator, beautiful cabinetry, exquisite countertops, and more. In addition, Lennar is including the world’s first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Home Design™ with activation and support by Amazon. Loma Vista is located in a desirable neighborhood off Bastanchury offering no mello roos, a recreation center with a pool,
tot lot and outdoor tables.
Loma Vista is located in a desirable neighborhood off Bastanchury offering no mello roos, a recreation center with a pool,
Tot lot and outdoor tables.
1,238 to 1,794 Square footage
2 to 4 Bedrooms
2.5 to 3.5 Bathrooms
Pricing from Mid $500,000's
ENCLAVE AT YORBA LINDA
Welcome to your dream home! Spacious home sites and luxurious quality homes ranging from approximately 4,700-6,000 square feet in the hills of Yorba Linda. Your choice of two-story home designs includes up to 6 bedrooms, 4.5 to 6.5 baths, library/office, and up to 4-car garages. Our neighborhood is conveniently located only minutes from major freeways, Disneyland®, the Brea Mall, the mountains and beaches. No Mello Roos, low property taxes and HOA fees. Award-winning Placentia/Yorba Linda School District including the new, state-of-the-art Yorba Linda High School. Staff-gated entry and recreational center with a park. Near freeways, employment, shopping, dining, hospitals, Disneyland, mountains and beaches. Around the corner from Black Gold Golf Club.
3 to 6 Bedrooms
4.5 to 6.5 Bathrooms
4,700 to 6,000 SQ FT of Living Space
Up to 4 Car Garages
Average Lot Size: 8,850 Square Feet
Priced From $1,779,995
ESTANCIA AT YORBA LINDA
Estancia at Yorba Linda, Toll Brothers newest community in Yorba Linda, features distinctive architecture, one- and two-story home designs, and estate-sized home sites, some with spectacular views of Orange County. This luxury community of single-family homes, situated within walking distance of the proposed Yorba Linda Town Center, features five unique home designs ranging from 4,677 to 6,213 square feet with 4-6 bedrooms and 4.5-6.5 bathrooms. Excellent schools, proximity to world-renowned beaches, convenient shopping and dining, and premier access to major transportation hubs in Orange County make Estancia at Yorba Linda an excellent place to call home. Expansive home sites averaging over 20,000 sq. ft., some with sprawling views. Award-winning home designs with luxury outdoor living spaces, courtyard-style driveways, with the option of single-story living. Top-rated Placentia/Yorba Linda Unified School District, including Lakeview Elementary, a California Distinguished School. No Mello Roos, low property taxes and HOA.
Priced From $2,029,995
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As the housing market slows, builders are offering buyer discounts-Article Source in LA Times article by ANDREW KHOURI JAN 11, 2019 | 6:00 AM. Follow the link to see article: https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-home-builders-slowdown-20190111-story.html
As the housing market has downshifted, more builders are offering sweeteners to close the deal. Companies large and small are paying closing costs, buying down mortgage rates and trimming square footage to offer a cheaper abode. Some are countering the high cost of a mortgage with a more direct method — outright lowering prices on newly built homes.“We are really working a little bit harder ... to get people in the door and to get people excited,” said Mark Mullin, a real estate agent selling several new projects in the Los Angeles area. At the Gallery, a project in the Valley Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, a builder even offered to pay the lease on a Mini Cooper car if potential buyers agreed to go into escrow on a home.“These are things they were not having to do a year ago,” said Mullin, who’s not working with the Valley Village builder. Nationwide surveys indicate concessions are still minor compared to last decade’s downturn, and a recent pullback in mortgage rates could put some heat back into the market. But there has been a decided shift in favor of the buyer.
A John Burns Real Estate Consulting survey found that in December, 23% of builders lowered net prices, which would include list price reductions, as well as incentives such as money toward an upgraded wood floor that consumers previously would’ve had to buy. A year earlier, only 4% dropped prices. In November, 27% of builders were cutting prices. That’s still lower than just after the financial crisis; in 2010, concessions were as high as 43%. The housing market slowdown has been particularly pronounced in high-cost markets like California, where the state’s Realtor association says only 27% of households can reasonably afford the median priced single-family house. Sales of all homes dropped 12.5% in the three months ended November, from the same time a year earlier. Prices, which had been rising steadily, slowed considerably. Sales of newly built homes in Southern California dropped just 2.5% in the three months ended in November, according to CoreLogic. But new-home data can mask a weak market because a buyer often signs a contract before the home is built, delaying the time the sale shows up in records tracked by CoreLogic. Rick Palacios, research director with the John Burns consultancy, said builders prefer to offer deals such as money for upgraded appliances before cutting prices outright, because they don’t want people who signed contracts at a higher price to back out. A separate survey from the National Assn. of Home Builders found the median price cut was 4% — a level the group’s chief economist called “measurable, but minor.” Several months ago, Newport Beach-based Planet Home Living started marketing an eight-home, small-lot community near the North Hollywood arts district. It started the cheapest unit at the Palmea project at $809,000, but “we weren’t getting the [desired] movement,” Chief Executive Michael Marini said.So in November he cut prices on the townhome-like units by $10,000 and installed upgraded floors that previously would’ve cost buyers an extra $20,000. On Sunday, Planet Home Living put its strategy to the test when it held an open house. It was nearly an hour before the first potential buyers showed up and left uninterested. A short time later, Dominique Worden and her fiance, Shawn, toured the three-story model. The couple rent in Sherman Oaks and can’t afford a house they’d like there, but they’d like to stay in the Valley. They may not end up at Palmea, but Worden, a producer in the entertainment industry, said it’s “technically in our range.” She had been eyeing the project and Marini’s price drop got her in the door. “It’s why we came,” she said. Real estate agent Mullin, who is working with Planet Home, said that by day’s end six groups came through. Potential buyers said they liked the homes, he said, but no one’s put in an offer. Marini said he doesn’t expect to drop prices further and thinks the reduction will be enough to juice demand for the remaining homes. A number of major builders are reflecting the sales slowdown in their quarterly earnings reports. KB Home, a Los Angeles company that has a major presence in California’s more affordable markets, said that in its fourth quarter ended Nov. 30, consumers ordered 2.9 homes each month per community, compared to 3.4 a year earlier. In the three months ended Oct. 31, Pennsylvania-based luxury home builder Toll Bros. saw signed contracts in California fall by nearly half, from 10.4 per community during the quarter to 5.8. California saw the largest drop-off of its markets. John Mulville, the Southern California regional director for research firm Metrostudy, said there’s more fear among companies that focus on pricier homes. Even in good times, there are few people who can afford a house above $1.5 million. Some have even used the “p-word” — panic — Mulville said. To stave off jitters, Mulville said builders are “hand-holding” clients through the home-building process and offering more concessions if they threaten to cancel. It’s not always working. Metrostudy data show cancellations in Southern California are up compared to a year earlier. Builders and agents blame a variety of factors for ebbing demand. Fewer buyers can afford homes following a jump in mortgage rates in 2018 and more than six years of steady price increases. Some of those who can afford a mortgage believe prices simply can’t keep rising — a sentiment worsened by uncertainty on Wall Street and in Washington — and don’t want to buy at the top. “They are waiting for reassurance that we are not in a crash,” said Mullin. While predicting a collapse is always a fraught business, economists, citing strong job growth and relatively tight lending standards, generally don’t foresee a crash. They do disagree on exactly what comes next. Some experts believe price growth is simply slowing as buyers adjust to higher rates. Others think values will come down a bit, arguing they have gotten too far out of whack with incomes. Many families struggling to afford a mortgage in California coastal markets would cheer price declines. But on quarterly earnings calls, major home builders are quick to point out a variety of factors that would continue to put upward pressure on values. Not only is job growth proceeding despite uncertainty — California added 30,700 jobs in November, and its 4.1% unemployment rate is the lowest in more than 40 years — the large millennial population is entering prime home-buying years and oversupply doesn’t appear to be a looming problem. In California, builders on average have constructed an average of 91,000 homes a year during the current housing upswing, according to data from the Construction Industry Research Board. That compares to an average of 158,000 a year during the boom of the late 1990s to mid 2000s. In the 1980s housing expansion, construction averaged 267,000 units a year. “Long term, we really love California,” Douglas C. Yearley Jr., chief executive of Toll Bros., said on a recent conference call. Builders may have gotten too aggressive on pricing. On a recent single-family project in downtown Huntington Beach, luxury builder WJK Development tried unsuccessfully to push prices up to $2.2 million, 10% above the previous per-square-foot record for the area. “We took prices beyond the realm of reality,” said Grant Keene, chief executive of the Irvine-based company. “It made consumers balk.” A surer picture will emerge in the spring, when many families usually launch their home search. One thing that may boost demand is a steady decline in mortgage rates from a high of 4.94% in November. This week, Freddie Mac said the average for a 30-year fixed mortgage was 4.45%, still up considerably from 3.99% a year earlier but at its lowest level since April. The drop-off has been caused in large part by uncertainty surrounding the economy, but there are signs it helped spur a recent burst in mortgage applications. Interest has perked up at the Valley Village development, for instance, and for now the builder is no longer marketing the Mini Cooper lease, said Marc Tahler, the property’s agent. Others see better times ahead. “I believe spring should be a pretty healthy, normal selling season,” Douglas Bauer, chief executive of Irvine-based home builder TRI Pointe Group Inc., said in an interview. Not everyone is so sure. According to Tom Dallape, co-owner of prominent local land broker the Hoffman Co., some builders have backed out of buying lots they had previously agreed to scoop up. They didn’t want to move forward, Dallape said, because they wanted to “see what happens in the spring.”
Home Prices are up in Orange County, CA. With very little inventory of Properties for sale, it has created a seller's market once again. If you were waiting for the value of your home prices in Orange County areas of Brea, Fullerton, Buena Park, Yorba Linda, Placentia, La Mirada, La Habra and surrounding cities have gone back up, your wait may finally be over. The average sales price for North Orange County Single Family homes are steadily climbing in 2015 through 2017. We pride ourselves on working with first time buyers as well as Military Veterans, VA Loans and FHA buyers. Home values in the cities of La Mirada and Whittier are still at very affordable pricing. Solid school districts in the cities of Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda and parts of Buena Park continues to drive home sales. House values in cities throughout North Orange County, CA can fluctuate not just from one city to the next, but from one neighborhood to the next. So you're wondering "How Much is my Home Worth? "You can find out your home value through this website! You might be surprised to find out how much home prices have gone up the past year or two. As you search internet sites such as Redfin.com, Zillow.com, Trulia.com, Realtor.com and Homeseekers.com, you will get various information from computer generated averages. The most accurate way of finding out how much recently sold homes in cities around Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Buena Park, La Mirada, CA have sold for in the last few months. You can have a professional real estate agent who is experienced in listing and selling homes in your neighborhood do what we do best on your behalf. Home prices in local neighbors throughout North Orange County, CA are based on the previously sold home prices, derived from the county public records, and California real estate information. Looking at home prices can be counter productive as current homes for sale in Orange County and Los Angeles Counties don't enter the valuation picture until they sell and record with the county they are located in. Some Counties can take up to 30 to 60 days to accurately be recorded in their system. We can provide you with an Estimate of value for your home and we will assist you in forming your plan for a real estate purchase or sale. The David Clesceri Real Estate Team is a good choice if you are looking for experienced and knowledgeable Realtors . Not only is The David Clesceri Real Estate Team a team of full time local Realtors, we also have over 60 years of Combined real estate experience. The David Clesceri Team Agent who is very familiar with La Mirada, David has spent more than 30 plus years in the La Mirada area. Other more costly methods of finding out what your La MIrada home may be worth is by paying for the services of a home appraisal which can cost you $300-$500. My home valuation or Comparative Market Analysis if FREE to you! Need more help? We can also assist when searching for homes for sale, or homes for lease. Or if you are interested in receiving a free comparitive market analysis of your homes value, The David Clesceri Real Estate Team can provide that for you also. You may be very surprised to learn how much your Orange County House Value is currently. With less inventory of homes for sale throughout Southern California, it has created more of a seller's market again. What that means for you as a seller? If you were to list your home for sale, you would more than likely generate quite a bit of interest from pre-approved buyers who are just waiting for properties to come on the market for sale. It has never been a better time to list your home for sale in Orange County, CA.
경험과 최선을 다하는 부동산 전문인들이 성심을 다해 도와 드리겠습니다! 우리는 한국어로 말할 수있는 상담원을 도와드립니다. 우리는 풀러 턴, 브레아, 라 미라다 및 부에나 파크의 도시에서 주택을 사고 파는 경우 당신을 도울 수 있습니다. Orange County의 신규 주택 개발을 위해 주택을 사려고한다면 저희에게 연락하십시오. 새로운 주택은 현재 Brea, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Orange City, Santa Ana, Ladera Ranch, Rancho Mission Viejo, Huntington Beach 및 La Habra시에서 구입할 수 있습니다.