February Market Matters Report – Week Ending 02.07.14

U.S. Banks Start to Ease Limits on Lending
Source: Wall Street Journal

A brightening economic outlook for the country could be enhanced as big banks begin to ease limits on lending, thereby creating new opportunities for consumers and businesses to borrow and obtain credit. According to the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, institutions’ risk appetite has grown, along with the economy, as access to loans has steadily increased.

Making sense of the story:

• According to new reports, banks relaxed the criteria for businesses and consumers to obtain credit during the 18 months leading up to June 30, 2013.

• A limited pool of loans and a sustained low-interest-rate environment has supported this credit thaw, in addition to the rosier economic picture.

• A decrease on limits in lending is expected to bolster growth projections. The Federal Reserve predicts U.S. growth between 2.8 and 3.2 percent.

• In the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008, U.S. loan growth ground largely to a halt and has remained weak in light of the easy-lending policies that contributed to inflating the credit bubble.

• Banks are offering the following changes to entice customers: Less onerous conditions for corporate borrowers, giving banks fewer tools if a loan gets in trouble, and longer terms for auto loans.

• Loan growth has hovered at about 3 percent since late 2012 but is poised to increase. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s measurement of U.S. household debt increased slightly in the third quarter of 2013, despite a downward trend since 2008.

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In other news …

Income Growth Remains a Challenge for Housing
Source: Eye on Housing

The decline in income growth of key age groups for home buying is holding back a more robust recovery, as home demand is affected by the inability of some to rent their first apartment or purchase their first home. Data reveals that since 2000, the largest reductions in income have been experienced by those under age 24, followed by people 45 to 54.

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Southern California’s luxury housing market rebounds
Source: Los Angeles Daily News

Sales of homes costing $1 million or more soared 45 percent, which is reportedly their highest level in six years for the luxury housing market. While there were 10,602 buyers in 2013 for these luxury properties, it was Southern California in particular that dominated the luxury market.

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Officials Press for Quicker Action on Fannie, Freddie
Source: Wall Street Journal

Overhauling the government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should happen sooner than later, according to White House advisers and officials who are worried about the window of opportunity closing and momentum dissipating. If a bipartisan plan is not ratified in the Senate this year then the process will start from scratch in 2015.

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Mortgages get new rules. Do you qualify?
Source: San Diego Union-Tribune

New mortgage-lending rules were implemented in January to prevent risky lending practices that powered the housing bubble. Ability-to-repay requirements will be imposed on consumers under the qualified mortgage rule, or QM.

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Why the Homeownership Rate Is Misleading
Source: The New York Times

The nation’s homeownership rate fell to 64.9 percent in 2013, the lowest level since 1995. But is that percentage misleading? One expert says the headship rate is the more important number because it determines the total number of households, so a rise in the headship rate means more new households. The headship rate is expected to increase as more young adults move out.

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Not all housing bubbles crash equally
Source: CNN Money

As the global economy still recovers from the financial crisis triggered largely by the collapse of America’s housing market, investors and economists are worried a similar boom-and-bust scenario is developing in China due to soaring home prices. But a real estate bubble in China is likely to have very different effects since its economy has major differences from America.

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How Will History See Bernanke’s Legacy?
Source: Wall Street Journal

Ben Bernanke has departed as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, which has led to evaluations of his legacy after eight years in the role. Bernanke led during a challenging period, and his efforts to stabilize the economy had a lasting impact on markets.

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Talking Points …

• According to Clear Capital’s Home Data Index (HDI) Market Report, prices have normalized post-bubble and future rates of growth will look more like historical rates of growth based on the fact that home prices are right in line with inflation adjusted long-run average levels.

• The report indicates that home prices have typically gained between three and five percent a year, and at the current quarterly rate of national growth (1.2 percent), peak prices won’t be reached until the year 2021, which is healthy for the industry overall.

• Inflation adjusted home prices at the metro level show 46 out of 50 metro markets’ home price levels at pre-2003 levels, with 25 out of 50 metros reporting prices below 2000 level. Each market saw yearly gains top out around 30 percent and now are seeing price gains cool substantially.

Thank you for reading!

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

California Median Home Prices

Values by County, California:

Median Home Price Up

Median home values are on the rise.  Call me with questions!

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

December Market Matters Report IV

Record rebound in home equity gives owners new options
Source: LA Times

In what amounts to a record rebound for a 12-month period, homeowners’ net equity holdings soared $2.2 trillion from the third quarter of 2012 to the third quarter of this year. This turnaround has provided some much-needed relief to the personal finances of hundreds of thousands of owners, who for years have been underwater on their mortgages. With increased equity, homeowners now have more options at their disposal.

Making sense of the story: 

—> With these improved conditions, homeowners are able to borrow against their equity to help pay for college tuition, home improvements, and other items. They also may be able to refinance their mortgages without having to use a government-aided program.

—> Equity is typically improved in the following ways: Reduced debt from making payments to your lender, improved market conditions that increase the value of your home, or upgrades that raise the home’s sales value. 

—> If your house is worth $300,000 and you owe the bank $150,000 — whether from a single mortgage or multiple loans — you have $150,000 in equity.

—> CoreLogic estimates that 791,000 homes moved from negative to positive equity status during the third quarter of this year alone, and more than 3 million have done so since the beginning of 2013.

—> According to the CoreLogic’s study, 92 percent of all mortgaged homes in the country valued at more than $200,000 have positive equity, while just 82 percent of homes valued at or below $200,000 have positive equity.

—> Values have roared back in the last two years in California, as now the state has just a 13 percent negative equity rate. This is significantly lower than Ohio (18 percent), Michigan and Illinois (both 17.7 percent), Rhode Island (16.6 percent) and Maryland (15.6 percent) 

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In other news…

Predictions for the New Year
Source: New York Times  

Experts predict that in 2014 mortgage rates will continue to increase, lenders will loosen up requirements a little, adjustable-rate mortgages will make a comeback, and homeownership rates will flatten or fall.

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Wall Street Unlocks Profits From Distress With Rental Revolution
Source: Bloomberg

With rental housing turning into an industry, big landlords are benefiting from access to financing at a time when banks remain reluctant to lend to home buyers. Investors from multibillion dollar hedge funds to individuals buying as few as 10 properties have acquired more than 1 million homes in the past three years. 

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Single-family refi purchases still dominate Freddie’s portfolio
Source: HousingWire

Freddie Mac’s total mortgage portfolio fell at an annual rate of 2 percent in November, as its mortgage portfolio continues to shrink. Refis are still making up 53 percent of the GSE’s total single-family mortgage portfolio, and single-family refinance loan purchase and guarantee volume hit $11 billion last month.

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Delaying Fannie, Freddie Fee Hike
Source: Wall Street Journal

The incoming director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Rep. Mel Watt (D., N.C.), announced that he intends to delay an increase in mortgage fees charged by the housing-finance giants. These fee increases would likely be passed along to borrowers in the form of higher mortgage rates. 

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Move-in-ready homes are the latest fad in high-end housing
Source: LA Times

Fully appointed homes are the latest fad in the ultra-luxury market, as high-end buyers look to purchase an instant lifestyle with designer furnishings, art, knickknacks, and linens included with the home. 

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U.S. early warning system for financial crises gets low marks
Source: Reuters

The Office of Financial Research at the U.S. Treasury, which was created to help the nation avoid the next financial crisis, is struggling to stay relevant after passage of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law. Other regulators are hesitant to share data and expertise with the office.

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Saving Loses Its Allure
Source: Wall Street Journal

The saving rate has been trending down among American consumers. Households saved just 4.2 percent of the after-tax income in November. The average was close to 6 percent from 2009 until 2011. Wealth gains from existing assets, such as rising home values, may explain why households are saving less.

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Talking Points …

—> According to Realtor.com’s predictions for the national housing market in the new year, the market will see a rise in inventory to bring it in line with more normal levels. The beginning of 2013 was in many ways characterized as the “year of low inventory.”

—> Realtor.com reports that 10 million homeowners have less than 20 percent equity in their homes, but since prices are expected to continue rising in 2014, it predicts that more homeowners will be lifted into positive territory.

—> September marked the 36th straight month of declining foreclosure activity on an annual basis, according to Realtor.com; this movement is expected to continue in 2014.

Hope this information helps!

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

December Market Matters Report III

How Important Is Down Payment in Determining Default?
Source: DSNews.com

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently released a working paper on the impact of down payment amounts on loan performance at the GSEs and Federal Housing Administration (FHA). In light of new regulations and increased focus on underwriting standards, the agency issued the findings, and overall found a nonlinear relationship between loan-to-value (LTV) ratio and foreclosure rates.

Making sense of the story:

—> For loans with FICO scores of 620 and debt-to-income (DTI) ratios of 31 percent, the foreclosure rate for GSE loans with 100 percent LTV is a little more than twice that of loans with 80 percent LTV.

—> When it comes to FHA loans with the same credit characteristics, the foreclosure rate is almost three times as much among loans with LTVs of 100 percent compared to loans with LTVs of 80 percent. 

—> LTV ratios hold a stronger relationship with foreclosure rates among FHA loans than GSE loans.

—> The FHFA found that the LTV-foreclosure rate relationship is sensitive to FICO. This finding was evident when observing various LTV ratios among different classes of FICO scores.

—> According to the FHFA, once LTV rises above 95 percent, the foreclosure rate tends to correlate less with LTV ratio.

—> The relationship between LTV and foreclosure is most dramatic between LTVs of 90 and 95 percent when it comes to FHA loans. 

Read the full story…

In other news…

Housing starts surge in November — sign of housing pickup?
Source: LA Times

The U.S. Commerce Department reported this week that housing starts in November increased by nearly 23 percent from the previous month. Clearly, the housing market recovery is picking up pace heading into next year. The number of homes that builders started last month was well above October estimates.

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Jumbos Surge 34% With Record ARMs Belying ’08 Anxiety: Mortgages
Source: Bloomberg

Jumbo loans, both adjustable and fixed-rate, increased by 34 percent to $216 billion in the first nine months of this year, with ARMs comprising the majority of the gain. 

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Where the Renters Live Now
Source: The Atlantic

The Census Bureau has unveiled a new mapping tool which allows for the visualization of the share of residents, by census tract, who live in homes they own themselves. This data maps out where homeownership rates are the highest and, conversely, where renters live.

Read the full story… 

U.S. Home Builders’ Confidence Climbs
Source: Wall Street Journal

The National Association of Home Builders has reported that its housing-market index rose to 58 this month from 54 in November. This is the highest level since August, and an index rate over 50 indicates expansion for the industry. 

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FHA reports improvements in finances, but net worth still negative
Source: LA Times

Coming off a $1.7-billion bailout, the Federal Housing Administration is projecting that it will replenish its financial reserves to required levels in 2015. The agency’s net worth is still in the red by $1.3 billion, but its finances have improved by $15 billion from a year ago. 

Read the full story…

Many California families struggle to pay for basics, study says
Source: LA Times

According to the California Budget Project, a nonpartisan research group, many California families are struggling from paycheck to paycheck, and expensive housing, high childcare costs and rising healthcare expenses are the main factors. Nearly one-third of households in the state spent at least half their income on rent.

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US Federal Reserve pulls back on stimulus effort
Source: BBC News

The Federal Reserve has announced that it will scale back its stimulus for the economy by cutting the amount of bonds it purchases every month by $10 billion, citing the improved outlook of the labor market. With the start of the new year, it will buy $35 billion in mortgage bonds and $40 billion in Treasury debt.

Read the full story…

Talking Points…

—> According to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.), an increase in home prices, coupled with higher interest rates, put downward pressure on housing affordability and led to the fourth straight month of sales declines in November. 

—> The available supply of existing, single-family detached homes for sale edged up in November to 3.6 months, up from October’s Unsold Inventory Index of 3.4 months. The index was 3 months in November 2012.  The index indicates the number of months needed to sell the supply of homes on the market at the current sales rate.

—> The median number of days it took to sell a single-family home also increased to 36.7 days in November, up from 33.1 days in October, but was down from 37.5 days in November 2012.

Hope this information helps!

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

December Market Matters Report II

When Buying A Home Is Too Costly And The Rent Is Too High
Source: NPR

A new report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies finds that affordability problems for renters have skyrocketed over the past decade, and in the aftermath of the economic recession, more people have been driven out of the housing market and into rental housing. As monthly rent swallows ever larger portions of Americans’ paychecks, homeownership grows out of reach. Overall, the number of American renters paying unaffordable amounts for housing reached an all-time high last year.

Making sense of the story:

- More than half of renters – 21.1 million              households – were cost burdened in 2012, paying more than 30 percent of income for housing. This is the greatest number of housing-cost-burdened renters on record. 

- According to the study, between 2000 and last year, the nation’s median rent, adjusted for inflation, increased 6 percent, while the median income for renters fell 13 percent.

- Twenty-eight percent of renters paid more than 50 percent of their income on housing in 2011.

- From 2001 to 2011, nearly one in five households headed by someone in their 30s switched from owning a home to renting at some point; nearly one in seven households headed by a person in their 40s did the same.

- In order  to pay their monthly housing costs, low-income households with severe housing cost burdens cut back most heavily on their spending             for food, transportation, health care, and retirement savings.

- According to the study, about 13 percent of extremely low-income renters reside in homes with structural deficiencies. 

Read the full story…

In other news …

Banking Under Dodd-Frank Takes Shape With Volcker-Rule Approval
Source: Bloomberg

Regulators have now finalized and approved the Volcker Rule, which is intended to stop banks from engaging in certain types of risky behavior. The rule stems from the Dodd-Frank financial reform act that passed in 2010, and it bars banks from speculating with their own money.

Read the full story…

Trulia: Repeat homebuyers to dominate 2014 market
Source: HousingWire

In his latest housing predictions for 2014, Jed Kolko, chief economist with Trulia, posited that the housing market will see the dominance of the repeat homebuyer. This is a shift from the dominance of investors in 2013.

Read the full story…

Housing Market Overstocked With Older Homes
Source: AOL Real Estate

A recent survey from research firm RealtyTrac indicates that 71 percent of U.S. single-family homes were built before 1990. New-home construction is well below normal long-term levels.

Read the full story…

U.S. Senate confirms Mel Watt as next FHFA director
Source: HousingWire 

This week the U.S. Senate confirmed Congressman Mel Watt’s nomination to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency. There were 57 votes in Watt’s favor to replace Ed DeMarco. It remains to be seen how Watt’s leadership will affect the agency as the conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Read the full story…

Correcting three myths about the housing market
Source: Reuters

Reuters states persistent myths about the market are obscuring the data and driving policy in the wrong direction. Specifically, the publication suggests the following are myths: 1) The foreclosure crisis is over; 2) We have to let homeowners fail; and 3) There’s nothing more the government can do.

Read the full story…

Nobel laureate: Everyone should have a financial adviser
Source: InvestmentNews

Robert Shiller, the Nobel Prize-winning economist, argued in a recent speech that financial advice should be readily available to all Americans, not just the wealthy. He pointed to a lack of good financial advice as one of the reasons for the financial crisis, and he compared the need for financial advice with the need for health care.

Read the full story…

Chinese investors snatch up U.S. houses
Source: CNN Money

Chinese buyers purchased $8.2 billion worth of U.S. property in 2012, and New York and Los Angeles are two cities that attracted the most interest from buyers. But Philadelphia and Detroit came in at No. 3 and No. 4, and the top 10 list is rounded out by Houston, Chicago, Las Vegas, Atlanta, San Diego and Memphis. Most of these transactions are paid in cash.

Read the full story…

Fannie, Freddie to Raise Loan Fees
Source: Wall Street Journal

Home-loan borrowing costs for U.S. homeowners could be affected by an increase in fees that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac charge lenders. There will be a 0.1 percentage point increase in the so-called “guarantee” fees that lenders are charged. However, in the majority of states, this increase will be offset by the removal of crisis-era fees.

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Talking Points …

—> According to the latest report from Morningstar Credit Ratings, distressed inventory is on the decline, but the number of months it takes to clear distressed inventory from the market is on the rise.

—> The time to clear this inventory has increased by five months from the second quarter of this year and 11 months from September 2012, according to Morningstar’s analysis. According to its forecasts, it will take 49 months to work through the private-label RMBS sector’s distressed inventory.

—> Judicial states hold about 61 months of distressed inventory, while non-judicial states hold about 32 months’ worth. Short sales made up 49 percent of distressed sales in the third quarter of this year, up from 45 percent a year ago.

Thanks for reading!

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

Why Buy Now?

Why should you buy a home now instead of waiting?

The year 2013 can be categorized by a significant turnaround in the housing market across the nation. While lack of homes available for sale constrained home sales in many markets across California, it contributed to a substantial increase in home prices. Existing single family sales for 2013 are predicted to fall 2.1 percent short of 2012 sales, yet median home prices are expected to show a 28 percent improvement over 2012 – – with the median reaching $408,600.

The increase in home prices coupled with a percentage point increase in mortgage interested rates led to a sharp decrease in affordability. Despite decreased affordability, current market conditions still warrant buying a home sooner rater then later. First, interest rates are still at historical lows but are poised to increase in 2014. Over the past year, mortgage interest rates increased by about one percentage point, from about 3.5 percent to 4.5 percent. On average, a half percentage point fluctuation in the mortgage rate changes the payment by $100 per month on a median priced home of $415, 770. Most of the predictions for 2014 put the 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 5.3 percent.

While interest rates have moved down since their spike during the summer, the uncertainty over the Fed’s policies make it difficult to hope for any improvement in interest rates. The Fed’s bond buying is the key consideration – – not just the tapering, but the general pace of withdrawal. While tapering was considered certain in September, December 2013 is now an increasingly possible date after the most recent employment report showed marked improvement in hiring.

The second reason to buy a home sooner has to do with the new lending rules going into effect on January 1, 2014 which are set to raise the cost of borrowing. The ability-to-repay rule and the associated qualified-mortgage definition will raise the overall cost of originating home loans, with borrowers taking the brunt of the financial hit.

There are two other important market conditions to keep in mind. We started the year with a heated market that was at times described as “a bubble”. Since the autumn, the housing market has cooled off. On one hand, due to decreased affordability and increased mortgaged rates, demand for housing has subsided and bidding wars are not as frequent or as aggressive as we saw earlier in the year. Additionally, inventory of homes for sale has shown improvement with more homes on the market now. These two conditions suggest a more favorable market for buyers and one that resembles a shift towards a ‘’normal” market.

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker – BRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 963-8000 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

SOLD: 248 N. Enrose Avenue San Pedro, CA 90732

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SOLD: 12832 Elizabeth Way Tustin, CA 92780

Notes:

Welcome to the City of Tustin, centrally located in the heart of Orange County. This property is situated in a safe, quiet, family oriented neighborhood, and is conveniently close to shopping, schools, and freeways.  Look no further for charm, this three bedroom, two bathroom property has approx. 1,600 sqft of livable space and rests on an expansive lot just under 11,000 sqft. Wood framed windows and original hardwood floors flow throughout this ranch style home. Forced air furnace coupled with a central air conditioning will be sure to keep you comfortable year round. The property includes a newer composition shingle roof, an extended driveway with possible RV access, breezeway, private patio with a HUGE backyard…the possibilities are endless. Don’t let this one pass you up, CALL TODAY.

 

Tustin School System:
  • School District:  Tustin Unified School District
  • Elementary School:  Barbara Benson Elementary
  • Junior High School:  C.E. Utt Middle School
  • High School:  Tustin High School

Listed @ $529,000

SOLD @ $532,000

Cordially,
David S. Wilfert
RE/MAX R.E.O. – The Wilfert Group
12341 Newport Avenue, Suite A-100, North Tustin, CA 92705
Real Estate Broker
– DRE# 01861699
Notary Public – Commission# 1987439
Direct: (714) 357-1422 or Email: David@WilfertGroup.com

Directions:

Take the 55 Northbound, EXIT Fourth Street, LEFT on Newport Avenue, RIGHT on Wass, LEFT on Elizabeth and END at 12832 Elizabeth Way.

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SOLD @ $535,000: 25315 Costeau Street Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Notes:

SOLD @ $535,000!  We helped the buyers close this transaction on a FANTASTIC property in Laguna Hills.  A four bedroom, three bathroom, 1,900 sqft livable pool home.  Fresh paint, new floors, refurbished kitchen, dual pane windows and copper pipping.  Located just down the street from Costeau Park, this wonderful Cape Cod inspired home boasts a big lot at about 6,500 sqft that is GREAT for entertaining.  Close to shopping and entertainment this home is the perfect fit for commuters.

Are you interested in purchasing real estate?  Call today!

Cordially,
The Wilfert Group©
David S. Wilfert
DRE#: 01861699
Direct: (714) 357-1422
Info@WilfertGroup.com

Map: 25315 Costeau Street Laguna Hills, CA 92653

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Direct: (714) 357-1422
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Best regards,
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Direct: (714) 357-1422
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Disclaimer:

The generated data is gathered from the SoCal Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.  This information should be used objectively as the foundation for your research.  For more detailed community information or a Computerized Market Evaluation please contact us at the Wilfert Group.

 

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Best regards,
The Wilfert Group©
George & David Wilfert
Direct: (714) 357-1422
Info@WilfertGroup.com

Disclaimer:

The generated data is gathered from the SoCal Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.  This information should be used objectively as the foundation for your research.  For more detailed community information or a Computerized Market Evaluation please contact us at the Wilfert Group.