On behalf of the buyer, The Aaronson Group has opened escrow on 3 Oceanfront Lane, Dana Point, Orange County, California. (MLS® #OC15246773)
The sheer experience of entering this brand new, custom home is indescribable. The contemporary property offers one of the most exhilarating, panoramic ocean views to grace Dana Point and rivals some of the best in Orange County. Nestled in the Strand at Headlands, the home boasts a premier guard gated oceanfront community that is mere steps away from Strand Beach. Seamless and luxurious indoor/outdoor living permeates the grounds to complement the visual pleasure of its picturesque views. Featuring five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, and over 6,000 square feet, the property is meticulously detailed and
The Aaronson Group has sold 1 Sandy Pond Road, Ladera Ranch, Orange County, California, for $790,000. (MLS® #OC16762334)
As a beautifully upgraded, model perfect home with 4 bedrooms and a separate guest casita, this corner lot home resides in the highly desirable green community of Terramor Village. Striking the perfect balance between family space and designer finishes, this home’s rarely available floor plan offers a chef inspired kitchen with beautiful granite countertops, travertine backslash, custom cabinets, over-sized island, stainless steel appliances, and a built-in oven and stove. In addition to the new zero VOC paint, the living space features crown molding throughout, mahogany maple wood, Venetian travertine floors, French doors,
Buying a residence is one of the largest life decisions a person can make. For those who bought homes in 2016, 35% of purchasers were first time buyers. Forty four year olds were the most common age of buyers while two thirds were married couples. Further stats can be seen below.
Compared to 2015, 2% more of California households could afford to purchase a median-priced single-family home in 2016. With the average price for this type of property coming to $515,940, check out the most and least affordable counties in the Golden State below.
Making up 9% of the population, the Matures, those 70s and beyond, have made up their minds on where they want to live in their later years. 90% of this generation would like to stay in their current homes for as long as possible and not be relocated to a nursing home.
Easy access to public transportation is becoming progressively more important to American home buyers. Potential buyers would pay to live near better transit options with the younger the generation the more it is willing to pay for location.