Areas drawing intense interest in Lake Forest often are previously undervalued neighborhoods, the latent qualities of which make them ripe for exploitation. BanCorp Properties, and our experienced team of Lake Forest Realtors never fail to help our clients sift through the myriad of possibilities in the complex, ever-changing Lake Forest residential market. Those seeking unique and thorough insight into the Lake Forest properties turn to the dedicated, passionate professionals at BanCorp REG. It takes a focused and comprehensive understanding of the lay of the land for brokerage firm to distinguish itself in any real estate market. The trending neighborhoods in Lake Forest are offer the kind of upscale, urban lifestyle that so many families find appealing. Our local professionals see potential home buyers search for turnkey Lake Forest homes for sale that require little or no renovation work, incorporate luxury high-end appointments and modern amenities. At BanCorp we understand that buyers today are cautious and conservative with their purchase, and they do not make their decision based purely on emotion, but rather from logic – this is why we make certain that our clients know as much history and facts about a property as possible.
Lake Forest is a racially diverse city with a population density of approximately 4,300 people per square mile (about average for South Orange County) The racial makeup includes White, Native America, African American, Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic, and other races. The Lake Forest properties are served by the Saddleback Valley Unified School District, and the city is bordered by Laguna Hills to the southwest, Irvine to the west, Trabuco Canyon to the east, Mission Viejo to the southeast, and Limestone Canyon Regional Park to the north. According to local Lake Forest Real Estate Agents that largest employers in the city include Oakley, Panasonic Avionics, Loan Depot, Apria Healthcare, Spectrum Brands, The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, and Wet Seal. Lake Forest Sports Park and Recreation Center opened on November 1, 2014, across the street from Saddleback Church.