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Home to the private Jack Nicklaus designed Aliso Viejo Country Club and Golf Course, business friendly Pacific Park and trendy Aliso Viejo Town Center, the elegant Aliso Viejo homes for sale hold their value due to their perfect combination of commerce and suburban housing set between the rolling hills which separates the highly-desirable Aliso Viejo real estate market from the Pacific Ocean. The Aliso Viejo housing market consists of two-story semi-custom tract homes, condos and town homes that were constructed primarily in the early 1990’s. Aliso Viejo Realtors remain bullish on the distinguished Aliso Viejo properties due to their relatively-low price points when compared to other cities in South Orange County.
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Persistently ranked as one of the safest cities in America, the fashionable Aliso Viejo luxury homes for sale are positioned on rolling hills terrain, strategically positioned close to the 73-toll road and 133 freeway. With all-encompassing views of the city lights and mountains, the Aliso Viejo residential market is maintained by family-friendly neighborhoods, tree-lined streets and highly-regarded schools. Home owners enjoy top-notch entertainment and dining, access to a plethora of rural hiking trails and membership in local HOA’s – which allows entry to community pools and spas. The city of Aliso Viejo is a master-planned community adjacent to the Wood Canyon Wilderness Park with a surplus youth sports programs. Aliso Viejo became Orange County’s twenty-fourth city within incorporated in 2001.
Why Its Cool To Live In Aliso Viejo
BanCorp’s local Aliso Viejo Real Estate Agents say it's not uncommon for Aliso Viejo traditional real estate to be an ideal 75 degrees, when immediately over the hill in Laguna Beach it is cloudy, and the cities to the East are experiencing steamy and blustery weather. The ability of the Aliso Viejo home builders to create uniquely-styled Aliso Viejo custom homes for sale that pay homage to the Aliso Viejo community’s identity and lifestyle choices helps to maintain a high-demand for Aliso Viejo view properties. Created for a kick-back, relaxed environment, the beautiful Aliso Viejo suburban homes promote modern conveniences, luxury appointments and high-end amenities. presented in relevant floor plans which celebrate the Aliso Viejo residences wishes and needs.
With a priority allocated to modern technology and upscale accoutrements, the majestic Aliso Viejo, CA homes for sale are not unlike what a person might anticipate in their most beloved vacation home. Aliso Viejo coastal real estate comes complete with revitalizing Ocean breezes – a community where neighbors know each other’s names (first and last). The city of Aliso has evolved into a mature city that caters to professionals and families alike – unwilling to accept the status-quo of a non-progressive city that does not have one eye on the future. The enchanting Aliso Viejo high-end residential market blends suburban/urban living in perfect proportion with the natural topography of the land.
Aliso Viejo has a population of over 32,000 residences and is situated in the San Joaquin Hills of South Orange County, with a total area of approximately 7.5 miles, and a population density of almost 5,900 people per square mile. The Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Parks outskirts the western boundary of Aliso Viejo, and the residents of Aliso Viejo are less than a 15-minutes drive to Laguna Beach (assuming no traffic).
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Graced with the catchy motto of "Live, Work, Learn, Shop and Play”, the exclusive Aliso Viejo upscale homes are all located within 2-miles of the Pacific Park region of the city, which is estimated to deliver over 19,500 jobs. The Aliso Viejo Community Association manages the Aliso Viejo parks and open green areas and continues to offer the full spectrum of facilities and services for the Aliso Viejo residents. The enchanting Aliso Viejo housing market is home to Soka University, Oak Creek Park where you will find meandering trails and wildlife and Oak Park. Some of the other favorite outdoor activities are positioned in close proximity to the Mathis Canyon Trail and Coyote Run.
When contemplating what goes into the classy Aliso Viejo contemporary homes for sale, it’s frequently about the reaction it causes the potential home owner. Does the area have a certain "wow factor"? Are the mountain-view properties in Aliso Viejo going to preserve their market value? And does that Aliso Viejo single-family-residences speak immediately to the family’s needs, wishes and requirements; emotionally, stylistically and financially. Founded in 1995, our Aliso Viejo Buyer’s Agents have elected to be the leader in the Aliso Viejo housing market through our local expertise in each neighborhood and subdivision.
Potential buyers are inspired by the hills-view properties in Aliso Viejo that are trendy and take their breath away, chic homes that aren’t trying to impress yet do exactly that. The magnetic Aliso Viejo homes are positioned in a city that merges numerous architectural structural styles that rings with praise from industry insiders. Aliso Viejo inland real estate wasn’t built overnight, and with meticulous detailing, the charming Aliso Viejo properties are suited to their location alongside the coastline of South Orange County.
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Aliso Viejo Zip Codes: 92658, 92698.
Aliso Viejo Demographics Data: Single 39%. Married 61%.
Aliso Viejo Real Estate Statistics: Owned 62% Rented 34%. Vacant Homes: 693. Average Age of Homes: 6 years.
Aliso Viejo Average Household Income: $98,391. Average Age: 36.
About Aliso Viejo Weather: The average high temperature in July is 76 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 48 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 12.8 inches per year, with 0 inches of snow per year.
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