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August 2017 Orange County Calendar of Events

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Garden Grove Free Summer Concerts  Through Aug. 10
The Garden Grove Community Foundation and the City of Garden Grove bring the Free Summer Concert Series. Food is available for purchase. No EZ-Ups, umbrellas, or golf carts allowed. Dogs are allowed, if they are on a leash.
Thursdays 6:30-8:30pm / Eastgate Park
(714) 741-5000 / www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us

 

Cypress Concerts on the Green  Through Aug. 12
Festival seating, picnics, families and lawn chairs encouraged. Food and desserts will be available for purchase at all concerts. Alcohol and smoking of any kind are prohibited.
Saturdays 6pm / Cypress Civic Center/Library/Tennis Courts
(714) 229-6700 / www.cypressca.org

 

Irvine Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts  Through Aug. 13
Every Sunday, grab your lawn chairs, picnic baskets and dancing shoes for an evening of music in the park. Gourmet food trucks will also be onsite, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee and other Irvine nonprofit organizations.
5:30pm / Mike Ward Community Park
(949) 724-6606 / www.cityofirvine.org

 

OC Fair  Through Aug. 13
The largest fair in Southern California, the 23 day event features over 150 events, thrilling carnival rides, interactive exhibits, live entertainment and delicious food creations.
(714) 708-1500 / www.ocfair.com

 

Stanton Concerts in the Park  Through Aug. 16
Concert events are FREE for everyone to enjoy! Non-profit food vendors will be on hand with delicious food and snacks. Music genres vary every week so check our calendar for band details.
Wednesdays 6-8pm / Stanton Central Park
(714) 890-4270 / www.ci.stanton.ca.us

 

Brea Concerts in the Park  Through Aug. 16
This is a family-friendly and dog-friendly event. North Hills Church will return with their legendary barbeque tri-tip.
6:30pm / City Hall Park   www.ci.brea.ca.us

 

Yorba Linda Concert in the Park  Through Aug. 20
Every Sunday, pack a picnic basket and come on down for some great music with family and friends.
5:30-7pm / Hurless Barton Park Amphitheater
(714) 961-7100 / www.ci.yorba-linda.ca.us

 

Dana Point Summer Concert Series  Through Aug. 20
Featuring two bands each Sunday. Food and beverages available for purchase.
2:30-6pm / Sea Terrace Park   www.danapoint.org

 

Seal Beach Summer Concert Series  Through Aug. 23
Every Wednesday during the summer.
6-8pm / Eisenhower Park at the Seal Beach Pier
(562) 799-0179 / www.sealbeachchamber.org

 

Festival of Arts  Through Aug. 31
The show features the original artwork by 140 award-winning artists from Orange County. Special art-related attractions and special events such as jazz concerts, wine and chocolate pairings, and guided and audio art tours throughout the eight-week run provide entertainment for all.
10am-11:30pm / 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(949) 494-1145 / www.foapom.com

 

Pageant of the Masters  Through Aug. 31
On each evening of the Festival of Arts summer schedule, ticket holders are amazed and enchanted by ninety minutes of tableaux vivants (living pictures), incredibly faithful re­creations of classical and contemporary works of art, with real people posing to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces.
8:30pm / 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(800) 487-3378 / www.foapom.com

 

Huntington Beach Concert Band Summer Series  Through Sept. 3
Bring out your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic basket for this Huntington Beach tradition! The HB Concert Band hosts a free eleven-week series featuring various music groups, such as concert bands, Latin bands, and swinging Big Bands.
5pm / Central Park Bandstand   www.hbconcertband.org

 

Sawdust Art & Craft Festival  Through Sept. 3
Located in a beautiful eucalyptus grove, visitors experience the creativity of more than 200 local artisans.
10am-10pm / 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(949) 494-3030 / www.sawdustartfestival.org

 

Sunset Jazz at Newport  Through Sept. 20
Wednesday night will feature some of the most popular artists from the Newport Beach Jazz Party and The Jazz Cruise!
6-8:30pm / Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa
(949) 759-5003 / www.sunsetjazzatnewport.com

 

Surfing Walk of Fame Induction  Aug. 3
Join us as we celebrate the achievements of surfing legends. This year’s event includes the induction ceremony on Main Street in front of Jack’s Surfboards in downtown Huntington Beach, followed by a Gala Luncheon at Pier Plaza.
9am-2pm / Huntington Beach   www.surfingwalkoffame.com

 

Dog Days of Fullerton  Aug. 3
Takes place during the Fullerton Market and includes specialty dog-related vendors, and dog contests for prizes on the main stage. A DJ will entertain during the event. Hot food, artisan craft vendors, kids activities and a beer and wine garden.
4-8:30pm / Fullerton Downtown Plaza
(714) 738-6545 / www.cityoffullerton.com

 

Shakespeare in the Hills  Aug. 4-5 & 11-12
This summer’s production of Romeo & Juliet transports the well-loved story to 1845 and the conflicted world of Alta, CA. In this world, the local rancheros of old Mexico are dealing with the American immigrants who’ve moved into the province.
7-9pm / Laguna Hills Community Center & Sports Complex
(949) 707-2680 / www.ci.laguna-hills.ca.us

 

Surf City Pickleball Tournament  Aug. 4-6
This double elimination format competition is a USAPA sanctioned event and will be the first held in Huntington Beach.
Murdy Park: 7000 Norma Drive   www.usapa.org

 

La Habra Corn Festival  Aug. 4-6
Rides and attractions, independent food, game and craft booths, a market place, live music, a car opportunity draw contest and Miss La Habra, the club queen and her court!
Fri 5-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm, Sun 10am-9pm / El Centro/Lions Park
(562) 260-3750 / www.lahabracornfestival.com

 

Laguna Niguel Summer Concerts  Aug. 4 & 18
Come enjoy a free concert in our beautiful amphitheater. Food and dessert will be available for purchase from gourmet food trucks. The food trucks available this concert series will be Soho Taco and the Cut – Handcrafted Burgers.
6:30-8:30pm / Crown Valley Community Park
(949) 425-5100 / www.cityoflagunaniguel.org

 

La Palma Concerts in the Park  Aug. 5
This summer series of musical concerts and fun invites you to gather family and friends, bring a picnic, relax, and enjoy.
6:30-8pm / Central Park-Pavilion   www.cityoflapalma.org

 

Furry Friends Pet Fair  Aug. 5
Does your dog or cat need their vaccinations? Do you want them micro-chipped? Is your dog license up-to-date? This is the time to check off these pet parent tasks.
9am-12pm / Alisa Viejo Aquatics Center and Vista Park
(949) 425-2550 / www.cityofalisoviejo.com

 

Relay for Life of Westminster  Aug. 5-6
Relay for Life is the world’s largest and most impactful fundraising event to end cancer.
11am-11am / Westminster Civic Center   www.relayforlife.org

 

OC Fair Fun Run 5K  Aug. 6
A family friendly event equipped for all ages. Come for fun for the whole family with games, prizes, and lots of fun!
8-11am / OC Fair Grounds   www.ocfair5k.com

 

Lobsterfest at Newport Beach  Aug. 6
While feasting, you will enjoy live entertainment on our beachfront stage from West Coast Party Crashers. All proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire and provide scholarships for Leadership Tomorrow | Orange County.
3-8pm / Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina   www.lobsterfestatnewportbeach.com

 

Emergency Expo, Summer Concert & National Night Out  Aug. 6
Together with our summer concert series, attendees will enjoy an all-day event which includes large equipment displays by the Orange County Fire Authority and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
10:30am-8pm / Sea Terrace Park, Dana Point
(949) 248-3536 / www.danapoint.org

 

Fiesta Music Festival  Aug. 13
Activities for the whole family, including food and game booths sponsored by local nonprofit organizations, three stages with continuous live music throughout the day, contests for all ages, a salsa challenge, arts & crafts show, business expo, children’s rides, action sports expo & exhibits.
9am-7pm / Downtown San Clemente
(949) 492-1131 / www.scchamber.com

 

Dana Point Lobster Fest  Aug. 18
Hosted by Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club. Enjoy gourmet appetizers, no-host bar, fresh east coast lobster, smoked tri-tip steak, desserts, live music and dancing.
4pm / Doheny State Beach   www.danapointlobsterfest.org

 

Tomato & Pepper Tasting  Aug. 19
Taste dozens of incredible home tomato varieties, including incredible heirlooms, giant beef-stakes, colorful purples, golds and stripes, super sweet cherries and many more.
8-9:30am / Roger’s Gardens, Corona del Mar
(949) 640-5800 / www.rogersgardens.com

 

Color Vibe 5k  Aug. 19
Get your friends and family stretched out for this amazing color blast event where you’ll get blasted with color while you run the Color Vibe 5K.
9am / Fountain Valley Sports Park   www.thecolorvibe.com/orangecounty.php

 

Pacific Wine & Food Classic  Aug. 19-20
This festival delivers with Summer Inspired Tastings, Exquisite Wines, Hand Crafted Cocktails and Culinary Entertainment on the scenic waterfront stretch of the upper Newport Bay.
2-5pm / Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina  www.pacificwineandfood.com

 

San Clemente Arts and Crafts Show  Aug. 19-20
Find an array of unique fine arts from paintings, handcrafted jewelry, ceramics.
9am-5pm / Community Center: 100 N. Calle Seville
(949) 498-9714 / www.scartassociation.com

 

Plum Festival  Aug. 20
Admission is FREE enjoy everything plum!! Plum Cake, Crepes, Jam, Martini, Berliners, Strudel & more. Doors open at 1pm, Band starts at 2pm and Dachshund Races at 3pm.
2-6pm / Old World Village, Huntington Beach
(714) 895-8020 / www.oldworld.ws

 

Senior Fitness Expo  Aug. 25
Take control of your health and fitness at expo, which includes health screenings, nutrition information, demonstrations and a wide variety of the latest health and fitness products.
9am / Rancho Senior Center: 3 Ethel Coplen Way, Irvine
(949) 724-6800 / www.irvineseniors.org/expo

 

FAM 4th Annual Golf Tournament  Aug. 25
Family Assistance Ministries. Hunger & Homeless Prevention.
12:30-5pm / San Clemente Municipal Golf Course
(949) 492-8477 / www.family-assistance.org

 

Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo  Aug. 26-27
The richest 2-day rodeo in the nation with a purse totaling over $200,000. The top 30 rodeo contestants in saddle bronc and bareback riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, bull riding and team roping will come to San Juan Capistrano.
Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park, SJC   www.rmvrodeo.com

 

Elvis Festival  Aug. 27
A full day tribute to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll! Featured stage shows from Kirk Wall, Martin Anthony, Danny Jacobson, Kat Ferguson, Krazy Kirk & The Hillbillies, Scot Bruce & Band, and more! Elvis singing competition.
9am-6pm / 12911 Main Street   www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us

 

Event listing courtesy of The Sloan Team, First American Title

July 2017 Orange County Calendar of Events

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Huntington Beach Concert Band Series June 25-Sept. 3
Bring out your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic basket for this Huntington Beach tradition!
5pm / Central Park Bandstand
(714) 891-6856 / www.hbconcertband.org

Sawdust Art & Craft Festival June 30-Sept. 3
Located in a beautiful eucalyptus grove, visitors experience the creativity of more than 200 local artisans.
10am-10pm / 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(949) 494-3030 / www.sawdustartfestival.org

Independence Day Park & Beach Clean Up July 5
The staff at Doheny State Beach would sure appreciate any help from volunteers to clean up after the masses of picnickers!
Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association
(949) 496-6171 / www.dohenystatebeach.org

Seal Beach Summer Concert Series July 5-Aug. 23
Every Wednesday during the summer.
6-8pm / Eisenhower Park at the Seal Beach Pier
(562) 799-0179 / www.sealbeachchamber.org

Festival of Arts July 5-Aug. 31
Original artwork by 140 award-winning artists from OC. Special art-related attractions and special events such as jazz concerts, wine and chocolate pairings and more.
10am-11:30pm / 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(949) 494-1145 / www.foapom.com

Fountain Valley Market in the Park & Food Truck Frenzy Every Thursday, July 6 through July 27
Vendor Village, food trucks and kids’ activities.
5-8pm / Recreation Center & Sports Park
(714) 839-8611 / www.fountainvalley.org

Placentia Movies in the Park July 7-July 28
Bring a lawn chair or blanket for comfortable viewing.
6:30-8pm / Champions Sports Complex  www.placentia.org

Pageant of the Masters July 7-Aug. 31
Tableaux vivants (living pictures), incredibly faithful recreations of classical and contemporary works of art, with real people posing to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces.
8:30pm / 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
(800) 487-3378 / www.foapom.com

Special Needs Dance “Fun with Stars & Stripes” July 8
Special needs teens and adults are invited to show their patriotic spirit while dancing with friends and families. Receive a special giveaway for dressing up in red, white, and blue attire!
7-9pm / Lake Forest City Hall  www.lakeforestca.gov

La Palma Concerts in the Park July 8-Aug. 5
Every Saturday. This summer series of musical concerts and fun invites you to gather family and friends, bring a picnic, relax, and enjoy the music.
6:30-8pm / Central Park-Pavilion  www.cityoflapalma.org

Los Alamitos Music & Movies Events Series July 8 & July 22
Live music and an outdoor movie that is free to the community.
6:30-10pm / Little Cottonwood Park
(562) 430-1073 / www.cityoflosalamitos.org

German Heritage Day July 9
On this day they invite the entire community and offer FREE Food for the 1st 500 guests. They will have a German Band, and Folk Dancers & of course the Wiener-dog Races too!
2-6pm / The Village at Old World, Huntington Beach
(714) 895-8020 / www.oldworld.ws

Surfin’ Sundays July 9
Join the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum in the parking lot for rockin’ surf tunes!
11:30am-6pm / 411 Olive Ave.  www.surfingmuseum.org

Dana Point Summer Concert Series July 9-Aug. 20
Featuring two bands each Sunday. Food and beverages available.
2:30-6pm / Sea Terrace Park
(949) 248-3536 / www.danapoint.org

Irvine Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series July 9-Aug. 13
Every Sunday, grab your lawn chairs, picnic baskets and dancing shoes for an evening of music in the park. Gourmet food trucks will also be onsite, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee.
5:30pm / Mike Ward Community Park  www.cityofirvine.org

Sunset Jazz at Newport July 12-Sept. 20
Wednesday night will feature some of the most popular artists from the Newport Beach Jazz Party and The Jazz Cruise!
6-8:30pm / Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa
(949) 759-5003 / www.sunsetjazzatnewport.com

OC Fair July 14-Aug. 13
The largest fair in Southern California, the 23 day event features over 150 events, thrilling carnival rides, interactive exhibits, live entertainment and delicious food creations.
(714) 708-1500 / www.ocfair.com

Ocean Festival July 15-16
Thrilling competitions of many ironman water and land events, ocean art vendors, kiddies pavilion and more!
7 Pier, San Clemente  www.oceanfestival.org

Yorba Linda Concert in the Park July 16-Aug. 20
Every Sunday, pack a picnic basket and come on down for some great music with family and friends.
5:30-7pm / Hurless Barton Park Amphitheater
(714) 961-7100 / www.ci.yorba-linda.ca.us

HHYC Golf Tournament July 21
Dinner, Awards, Raffle & Silent Auction. Proceeds from the evening support HB Sailing Foundation.
9am – Meadow Lark Golf Club, 6pm – Huntington Harbour Yacht Club
714-887-4453 / www.hhyc.org

Summer Luau – Garden Grove Masons July 22
A summer luau with food, dancing, and drinks. Excellent Hawaiian Cuisines, Complimentary Wine, Live Entertainment.
5-9pm / 11270 Acacia Parkway
(714) 928-5083 / www.gardengrovemasons.org

356 Club of Southern California’s Huntington Beach Concours July 22
Enjoy vintage Porche’s with years ranging from 1949 to 1965.
7am-2pm / Huntington Beach Central Library & Cultural Center  www.356club.org

Cypress Community Festival July 22
Breakfast, exhibit booths, arts & crafts, food and games, antique car show and entertainment. There’s also a popular 5 & 10-K walk and run for those who want to start the day right.
7:30am / Oak Knoll Park  www.cypressca.org

Sausage & Bierfest July 22-July 23
The best from local and craft breweries German imports on tap German cuisine and sausage tasting Live music Dancing Gather your friends and have some German style Summer fun.
5pm-Midnight / The Phoenix Club, Anaheim  www.thephoenixclub.com

 

Event listing courtesy of The Sloan Team, First American Title

2017 Orange County 4th of July Celebrations

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Anaheim
4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
7am-9:30pm / Canyon High & Peralta Park
www.anaheimhillscommunitycouncil.org

Disneyland 4th of July Fireworks
9:30pm / Disneyland
(714) 781-4565 / www.disneyland.com

Brea
July 4 Country Fair
10am-4pm / City Hall Park
(714) 529-5299 / www.ci.brea.ca.us

Buena Park
July 4th Fireworks – July 1, 2 & 4
9:45pm / Knott’s Berry Farm
(714) 220-5200 / www.knotts.com

Costa Mesa
Symphonic Springsteen with Fireworks
8pm / Pacific Amphitheatre @ OC Fair
(714) 755-5799 / www.pacificsymphony.org

Dana Point
Ocean Institute Fireworks Cruise
7:30-9:30pm / 24200 Dana Point Harbor
(949) 496-2274 / www.ocean-institute.org

July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza
9-11pm / Dana Point Harbor/Doheny State Beach
(949) 248-3530 / www.danapoint.org

Capt. Dave’s Fireworks Spectacular!
8-10pm / Dolphin & Whale Safari
(949) 488-2828 / www.dolphinsafari.com

4th of July Fireworks Cruise
7:30-9:30pm / Dana Wharf Sportfishing
(949) 496-5794 / www.danawharf.com

Fullerton
Festival and Fireworks Show
5-9:30pm / Fullerton High School Stadium
(714) 738-6545 / www.cityoffullerton.com

Huntington Beach
Parade, Celebration & Fireworks July 1-4
7am-9:30pm / Downtown Huntington Beach
(714) 536-5486 / www.hb4thofjuly.org

Irvine
Concert on the Green & Fireworks Festival
3-9:30pm / Irvine High School Stadium
(949) 724-0488 / www.irvinepa.org

La Habra
4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
5-9:45pm / La Habra High School
(562) 383-4000 / www.lahabraca.gov

La Palma
Fitness Run for Fun & Fun Zone
7:30-10:30am / Central Park
(714) 690-3350 / www.cityoflapalma.org

Laguna Beach
Fourth of July Fireworks
9pm / Heisler Park
(949) 497-3311 / www.lagunabeachcity.net

Laguna Hills
Fourth of July Celebration
4-9:30pm / Laguna Hills Community Center
(949) 707-2680 / www.ci.laguna-hills.ca.us

Laguna Niguel
July 4th Celebrations & Fireworks
7:30am-9:30pm / Crown Valley & LN Regional Parks
(949) 425-5100 / www.cityoflagunaniguel.org

Lake Forest
4th of July Parade
10am-12pm / Toledo Way & Ridge Route
(949) 461-3400 / www.lakeforestca.gov

Los Alamitos, Cypress, Rossmoor & Seal Beach
4th of July Fireworks Spectacular
4-9:30pm / Joint Forces Training Base
(562) 431-3538 / http://cityoflosalamitos.org

Mission Viejo
Street Faire & Firework Spectacular
12-9pm / Olympiad & Marguerite
(949) 830-7066 / www.mvactivities.com

Newport Beach
Old Glory Boat Parade
1-3:30pm / Newport Harbor: Collins Island
(949) 673-5002 / www.alyc.com

American Legion Festivities & Fireworks
7am-10pm / Post 291: 215 15th Street
(949) 673-5070 x100 / www.al291.com

4th of July Cruise & Fireworks
7-9:30pm / Newport Bay
(949) 673-1489 / www.cruisenewportbeach.com

Independence Day on the Back Bay w/ Fireworks
3-9:30pm / Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort
(949) 729-3863 / www.newportdunes.com

Rancho Santa Margarita
Star Spangled Spectacular with Fireworks
12pm / Lago Santa Margarita Beach Club
(949) 709-0013 / www.samlarc.org

San Clemente
Fireworks Show
9pm / San Clemente Pier
(949) 361-8264 / www.san-clemente.org

San Juan Capistrano
4th of July Celebration & Fireworks – July 1-4
Noon-10pm / SJC Sports Park
(949) 493-5911 / www.sanjuancapistrano.org

Santa Ana
4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
4-9:30pm / Centennial Park
(714) 571-4227 / www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us

Stanton
4th of July Block Party
6-9pm / Community Services Center
(714) 890-4221 / www.ci.stanton.ca.us

Tustin
July 4th Celebration & Fireworks
6:30-9:30pm / Tustin High School Stadium
(714) 573-3326 / www.tustinca.org

Yorba Linda
4th of July Spectacular & Fireworks
5-9:30pm / Veterans Park/Yorba Linda Middle
(714) 961-7160 / www.ci.yorba-linda.ca.us

 

Event listing courtesy of The Sloan Team, First American Title

The Geronsins recognized in the Wall Street Journal’s Top 250 Real Estate Teams!

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The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends, Inc. have compiled a summary of the Top 1,000 real estate professionals and teams in the United States. At #234 of the Top 250 real estate teams based on closed transaction volume in 2015, we are honored to be recognized alongside some of the most prestigious and talented professionals in America.

The Geronsins with Billy Beane, Legendary Baseball Great!

One of the perks of our business is having opportunities to meet so many wonderful people! We had the pleasure of meeting Billy Beane, who is considered one of the most progressive and talented executives in the game today. He has molded the Oakland A’s into one of baseball’s most respected teams since he was named head of baseball operations following the 1997 season. Billy was promoted to his current position of executive vice president of baseball operations on Oct. 5, 2015 after 18 seasons as general manager.

 

The Geronsins Honored with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 25 Year Legend Award

The Geronsins of Berkshire Hathaway Homes Services California Properties, formally Prudential California Realty, were honored with the 25 Year Legend Award at Sales Convention 2015 in Las Vegas, NV.  This award represents an astounding 25 consecutive years in the top 2% of the company nationwide.  The Geronsins are one of three total recipients in the history of the national franchise of nearly 50,000 agents to have ever been honored with this impressive feat.

Receiving the 25 Year Legend Award topped off a milestone 12 months for this family team.  In addition to receiving the Legend Award, they were also recognized as the #14 top producing team in the top 100 at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices National Convention and were included in the 2014 Top 200 Agents national publication by Real Estate Executive Magazine.

With over $94 million in sales volume in the last 12 months, The Geronsins rank within the top 10 producing agents out of the entire Orange County SoCal Multiple Listing Service and are the #1  top producing agents In North Orange County, regardless of company affiliation.

Unmatched in their success in the luxury home market, they continue to bring record breaking sale prices for their clients. Their 2014 sale in Anaheim Hills remains the highest home sale price in Anaheim Hills in the past 7 years and their 2014 sale in Yorba Linda remains the highest home sale price in Yorba Linda as well as all of North Orange County in the past 5 years.

“While it’s always a bonus to be recognized for something we feel so deeply passionate about, our number one priority is always our relationship with our clients and doing the very best job for them. As local residents for nearly 40 years, three generations of our family have a deep love and commitment to our community which we feel translates to an unparalleled and vibrant relationship with our clients. This is what sets us apart and enables us to exceed our clients expectations, not only on a professional level, but personally as well.”

If  you are buying or selling a home, why not reach out to the #1 family real estate team recognized for their exemplary service and record breaking results?

Call The Geronsins today at 714-283-6649 or visit their website at www.TheGeronsins.com

We Love What We Do!

Anaheim Hills C554 (Up)-20141112170133We are thrilled to make the Top 200 Real Estate Agents in America for 2014!

Should You Consider Listing Your Home Over The Holidays?

The holiday season can be a stressful time of the year and many would cringe at the thought of adding a home sale to the list.  So much so that many sellers pull their house from the market until the new year. However, the Holidays can be an excellent time to sell with many benefits for the home seller.  Holiday buyers are serious and motivated, tend to have more time to shop and are riding the wave of consumer confidence which is higher than any other time of the year.

And the biggest reason to list your home over the Holidays?  There are fewer homes on the market which means less competition.  Fewer homes means a limited inventory which drives prices up in many markets.  The national median existing-home price for all housing types was $199,200 in September, up 11.7 percent from September 2012. This is the 10th consecutive month of double-digit year-over-year increases.

Mortgage rates also contribute to holiday home sales.  Rates are rising with Freddie Mac reporting its latest average on the 30-year fixed rate at 4.35%, up from 4.16% the week before.  Consecutive weekly climbs in interest rates tend to motivate buyers even more. 

So what can we do to successfully market your home without sacrificing your sanity or time with your family?  We understand the importance of privacy at this time of the year and will market your home only to our sphere of serious buyers.  No for-sale signs, lock boxes, open houses or advertising identifying your home.  This way you will not miss those rare opportunities by waiting until the new year and if for some reason your home does not sell, we will start our full marketing program in January 2014.

If you are having thoughts of selling your home, contact us today for more information on how we can minimize the stress of listing your home over the holidays and still capture that serious Holiday buyer!

Happy Holiday from The Geronsins

Confidence in the U.S. Housing Market Increases

Slowly but surely, Americans are regaining confidence in the housing market and keeping the American dream of owning a home alive.

The new quarterly Prudential Real Estate Outlook Survey revealed that nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents had a favorable perception of the U.S. housing market, a 4-point jump from the first-quarter 2012 survey and a 12-point increase from first quarter 2011. As a matter of fact, nearly seven out of 10 Americans surveyed (69%) also indicated that real estate is a good investment – that’s up 6% from first-quarter 2012 survey results and 17% from first quarter  2011.

Homeownership remains at the core of the American dream, with a solid 78% of respondents believing that owning a home is still very important. A full 98% said homeownership was at least somewhat important. In addition to historically low interest rates, one of the factors dominating the desire to own a home is centered on the family. More than financial security, tax benefits and a good investment, respondents prioritized owning a home as a place to raise a family and have control over their space.

Americans are dreaming with both feet on the ground.

Given the challenges and complexity of today’s real estate market, Americans remain cautious about the home-buying process, with 30% strongly agreeing that the housing crisis taught them to assert careful planning when buying or selling a home.

Cautiousness has also brought with it the willingness and openness to seek professional help in the process. A notable 74% of survey respondents think it’s more important than ever to work with a good agent for the best success in buying or selling a home, up from 72% in the first quarter 2012 survey.

Bank of America to pay homeowners more for short sales.

Bank of America launched a new short sale program that could pay distressed homeowners between $2,500 and $30,000 in relocation assistance.

Qualified homeowners who initiate a short sale without an offer could be eligible to receive $2,500 to $30,000 in relocation assistance and owe no more on their mortgage with the sale of their property.

The new program requires a borrower to work with the bank to obtain a preapproved sales price before submitting a purchase offer. To qualify for the program, a short sale offer must be submitted by the end of 2012 and close by Sept. 26, 2013.

“This program can help customers make a planned transition from ownership when home retention options have been exhausted or they have made a decision not to keep the home,” said Bob Hora, executive of home transition services for BofA.

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