Demand from homebuyers has skyrocketed this year, giving today's sellers a prime opportunity to sell. This won't last forever, though, since more sellers will come to the market in the spring, creating more choices for buyers and more competition among sellers.
The Aaronson Group has sold 25472 Nottingham, Laguna Hills, Orange County, California, for $1,450,000. (MLS® #OC20183315)
Enjoy luxury living indoors and out from this exceptional Brock Estates home located in Moulton Ranch and highlighted by a breathtaking tropical oasis yard with pool and waterfall. There are voluminous ceilings throughout and an open floorplan offering five bedrooms, a bonus room, and a sought-after main floor bedroom and upgraded bath. Opening up to the large family room, the spacious chef’s caliber kitchen is finely appointed with stainless steel appliances, center island and counter bar, and a breakfast nook overlooking the pool. The upstairs features an oversized master suite with retreat, a double sided fireplace, spa-like
On behalf of the buyer, The Aaronson Group has opened escrow on 57 Marseille, Laguna Niguel, Orange County, California. (MLS® #OC20195970)
Residing in the exclusive guard-gated community of Laguna Sur, this three bedroom, three bathroom home offers stunning panoramic views of the ocean and coastline. After entering through the private courtyard and double front doors, soaring ceilings highlight the main level. Additional features include a dining and living area with fireplace, kitchen with dining nook, laundry room, powder room, and balcony overlooking the coastal scenery. The lower level boasts a master suite, including a fireplace, patio, walk-in closet, and soaking tub. An open loft area, skylight, and two bedrooms with Jack and Jill bath round
The resilience of the residential real estate market has been a key factor in 2020's economy. According to ShowingTime, a showing software and market stats service provider, homebuying has been growing consecutively month after month. Specifically, ShowingTime reported,
"Home buyer traffic jumped again in July, recording a 60.7 percent year-over-year increase in nationwide showing activity."
This growth has spanned all regions and proves sustained buyer demand among a dwindling supply.
From the downturn earlier this year that was caused by stay-at-home orders, the real estate market has come back stronger and is actually ahead of where it was at this time last year. There are predictions that this momentum will continue and home sales