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2009 

Originally no more than a way station built by Spanish missionaries, Costa Mesa's first real estate development occurred in the 1880s. This failed to prosper, but Costa Mesa became an agricultural center known for apples and lima beans. Long time residents may remember when the area was called Fa...
02/28/2009
Central Costa Mesa is an area of the city, triangular in shape, which is bordered by Harbor Boulevard, Baker Street and Newport Boulevard/ the 55 Freeway. The Market Report for Central Costa Mesa is below: Based upon general definitions, it appears that Central Costa Mesa should be in a Sellers' ...
02/28/2009
South Coast Metro is an area that encompasses both Costa Mesa and Santa Ana. However, the South Coast Metro area in Costa Mesa usually refers to the area east of Bear Street and north of the 405 (San Diego Freeway). It is at the junction of Orange County's 55 and 405 freeways. It is the area of C...
02/28/2009
The Mesa Verde neighborhood of Costa Mesa was largely built around the MesaVerde Country Club, a private club and golf course Costa Mesa Country Club, which is a private course, is also located within Mesa Verde's boundaries.Most of the homes in Mesa Verde were built in the 1960's and 1970's, wi...
02/28/2009
Southwest Costa Mesa, better known as the Westside or Westside Costa Mesa, is a wonderful area of Costa Mesa which borders both Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. It is typically quantified as being West of Newport Boulevard. It encompasses Fairview Park and the Talbert Nature Reserve. It has a ...
02/28/2009
Eastside Costa Mesa is a charming area of Costa Mesa which borders Newport Beach, and, as a result, tends to have higher property values than some other areas of the city. It is bounded by Irvine Boulevard on the east, Newport Boulevard on the west, 15th Street on the south and Mesa Drive on the ...
02/28/2009
As part of the stimulus package, the Federal Government has approved a new $8,000 federal tax credit for first time buyers. Below are the basics: The Federal Government approved up to an $8,000 tax credit for first time buyers who meet certain criteria.  The credit is 10% of the purchase price or...
02/27/2009
Do sellers truly want to know what their home is worth, or do they only want to hear what they hope it is worth? Here in Southern California, most would agree that our real estate market has been hard hit over the past few years.  Prices are down. In a time when: 44% of all homes in Orange County...
02/26/2009
Originally no more than a way station built by Spanish missionaries, Costa Mesa's first real estate development occurred in the 1880s. This failed to prosper, but Costa Mesa became an agricultural center known for apples and lima beans. Long time residents may remember when the area was called Fa...
02/21/2009
Central Costa Mesa is an area of the city, triangular in shape, which is bordered by Harbor Boulevard, Baker Street and Newport Boulevard/ the 55 Freeway. The Market Report for Central Costa Mesa is below: Based upon general definitions, it appears that Central Costa Mesa should be in a Sellers' ...
02/21/2009
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