Costa Mesa Homes
Costa Mesa Real Estate Market Report
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 since that time, Costa Mesa has flourished.
Long time residents may remember when the area was called Fairview and Paularino. Today, the city is a focal point in Orange County with the Orange County Performing Arts Center, South Coast Repertory Theatre and South Coast Plaza as major drawing points. It is hard to believe that Costa Mesa was once nicknamed “Goat Hill” because of how rural it was.
Modern day Costa Mesa real homes began as beach bungalows just minutes from the ocean. Even then, Costa Mesa, which borders Newport Beach, captured the best of Newport Beach living at a fraction of the cost of living in Newport. While Costa Mesa may be more affordable than comparable homes in Newport Beach or Corona Del Mar, this is a relative matter as all of Orange County real estate with its Mediterranean climate is perceived to be some of the most desirable in the United States.
The market report for Costa Mesa homes is below:
Costa Mesa is currently in a seller’s market with just over 3 months of inventory on the market. This suggests that homes are selling fairly quickly, especially those that are priced well.
If you would like more information about buying and selling Costa Mesa homes, please contact me at 714-319-9751.
Please the homes currently for sale in Costa Mesa below:
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