Re-Launch of Top Orange County Real Estate Web Site

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Real Estate Agent with Pacific Sotheby's International Realty DRE #01097420

Key Realty Advisors CA announces the re-launch of its Orange County real estate website http://www.OCMLSHomeFinder.com.  The site offers the consumer the ability to search for all Orange County real estate, find the latest information on local foreclosures, information on short sales and other Orange County real estate information.

Visitors to the site can search for all Orange County real estate listings, including condos, single family homes and multi-family properties.    They can also sign up for email alerts for the latest properties which meet their search terms.

As well as the latest real estate listings, visitors have the ability to find the latest foreclosure information, thru the sites Foreclosure Hot List.  This allows the visitor to find the best foreclosures in each city, for instance if they are interested in Huntington Beach Foreclosures they can go directly to that city page and find the best foreclosures in Huntington Beach

The site is also a great information source for those people who are potentially losing their home to foreclosure.  These folks can go to the page on Orange County Short sales and find great resource information, such as links to the IRS and HUD sites. 

Also included in the site is other information on Orange County real estate.  With its broad range of information, consumers will return to the site time after time, always finding something new.   

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Comments (2)

Ron Holborn
Short Sales, Foreclosures, Rentals, Income Real Estate - Anaheim, CA
Commercial & SFR, Anaheim CA, Real Estate & Short

Wow this is the first relaunch I have seen for a successful web site. let me know how it goes Craig 

Apr 23, 2009 02:51 PM
Tina Maraj
RE/MAX One - Fullerton, CA
Celebrating 30 Years of Real Estate Sales

Hey Craig, It is definitely a good time timing to bring your services back to "The OC".

Aug 07, 2009 02:31 AM