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Weekly Wednesday Orange County Foreclosures And Short Sales Market Update November 10, 2010

Here’s a look at the inventory in Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, and Laguna Beach.

Below is a look at the number of homes identified in the MLS as being ‘in the foreclosure process,’ ‘short sale offer submitted,’ ’short sale/subject to lender approval,’ ‘notice of default,’ ‘REO/Lender-owned,’ or ‘REO Offer(s) submitted.’  These homes are currently either active listings, accepting backup offers or pending sales. 

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 Costa Mesa:

158 total homes listed as in the above categories 

Huntington Beach:

379 total homes listed as in the above categories

Newport Beach:

139 total homes listed as in the above categories

Laguna Beach:

59 total homes listed as in the above categories

Please note that these numbers only reflect what is reported in the SoCal Multiple Listing Service. We will continue to follow the numbers and share the changes in the local Orange County real estate market. Please comment or email us at shortsales@torellirealty.com if you’d like additional information.

See some of our short sale listings here.

About Torelli Realty: Torelli Realty  has been servicing the Orange County real estate market for over 25 years. The company is located in Mesa Verde Costa Mesa and has 100% success with short sales. Feel free to contact Torelli Realty for a consultation and for all your Orange County real estate needs.

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Costa Mesa Short Sales – Pentridge Cove Condo

Pentridge Cove Condo  

2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms 

1,100 sq. ft.

HOA

Reduced to $299,000

 

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774 Wesleyan Bay, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

 
 

Modern upper unit features highlights that only come with living at the top.

Beautiful architectural design due to the vaulted ceilings that flow through the space.

The living area is flooded with natural light and features a corner fireplace surrounded

by earth toned tile. The open floor plan flows into the dining area which adjoins to the

gleaming kitchen. A long hallway leads to an oversized master suite complete with

ample closet space and a bathroom with double vanity, tub, and white tile. A second

bedroom offers plenty of space and privacy. There is a beautiful deck for entertaining that

is private and picturesque. Enjoy the scenic community complete with turquoise pool,

2 spas, and beautiful stoneworkplus landscaping. The unit has been upgraded with

soundproof Milgard windows and has newer carpet, new paint, and a detached

2-car garage. Extra storage!

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Torelli Realty

Listed by Nick Nonis

nick@torellirealty.com 

(714) 540-7355

 

 

Latest Real Estate Trends – Suburbs, Downsizing, Short Sales and More

Ah, how the times change. Cities used to be the hot spot for singles. The tides are turning and for good reason. Inman News reported on a few real estate trends that we are noticing more in Orange County.

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1. Singles are moving to the suburbs. Why? The number one reason is money. In many cases people can buy a home outside the city limits for about the same cost as they would spend renting in the city – sometimes even less! Also, many buyers found that they were able to gain more space in the suburbs. Finally, many singles were excited to take advantage of the tax credit and did not want to miss the opportunity it presented. (An interesting sidenote – with the popularity of Facebook and online “communities” some firms believe that it makes sense that homebuyers want to be part of communities like the ones that exist in suburbs!)

2. More and more homeowners are downsizing. Statistics are showing that more people are buying smaller homes than they can afford. According to the National Association of Homebuilders there are several reasons for this. For instance, homeowners are more concerned about energy costs so having a smaller home helps to limit those costs. Also, due to the decline in home prices recently some transitional homebuyers have had less equity to parlay into a larger home. Another valid point is that there has been a rise in the amount of first time homebuyers due to recent tax incentives and first time homebuyers typically buy smaller homes.

3. With real estate prices at a low, many homebuyers are keen to get a good deal. Short sales and foreclosures can often present great opportunities for buyers to get a good deal. The NAHB report found that 38 percent of males and 29 percent of women polled said they would consider a foreclosure property or short sale property.

About Torelli Realty: Torelli Realty is proud to represent Costa Mesa real estate. We’ve been meeting the needs of Costa Mesa home buyers & sellers since 1984. Torelli Realty deals with Costa Mesa homes, Costa Mesa apartments, Costa Mesa rentals, Costa Mesa property management, and offers home improvement and home staging tips to help your home’s value throughout Costa Mesa and in Mesa Verde. We also have an expert on staff, Holly Schwartz, who came to us as a producer from Home and Garden Television (HGTV) and extensively studied the most effective home staging techniques, as well as home values and markets locally and nationally. Torelli Realty is also an expert in Costa Mesa short sales and Orange County short sales. Feel free to contact Torelli Realty for a consultation and for all your real estate needs.

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