The New Rancho Mission Viejo Could Be The Answer You've Been Looking For
When the market is strong, as it is now rolling into 2017, basic principles of supply and demand start to surface and weigh in the real estate market. With current demands, inventory has been historically low during the previous year, which is why new developments offer homebuyers new opportunities to own property in desirable areas.
Over the years, we’ve worked with homebuyers in their search for newly constructed homes. One of the drawbacks we often encounter is the proximity to basic amenities—Target, Costco, Sports Parks, etc. The new Avenida La Pata Extension in San Clemente is changing the game, and the opening of the much anticipated Rancho Mission Viejo development is alleviating buyer demand.
Rancho Mission Viejo is a new master-planned community in South Orange County. Located just 2.5 miles from downtown San Juan Capistrano and 5 miles from coastal attractions of San Clemente and Dana Point Harbor, RSV is a collection of 12 neighborhoods, including inter-generational housing, ranging from the $300s to the 1.0Ms.
We recently spent a few days at the developments at Rancho Mission Viejo and the best part is also what sets it apart from other developments—the amenities. RMV’s Ranch has “plenty of places to exercise, retreats to relax, trails to explore and more.” The Esecnia Farm features crops, planter beds, orchards and even a chicken coop. Canyon Coffee at The Canyon House is the neighborhoods very own coffee shop, brewing Peet’s Coffee and catering kitchen with a large activity lawn. There are even plans for a daycare center, with infant and toddler supervision planned down the street from the Esencia K-8 grade school.
Strong market conditions, new road extensions and price points to fit every new buyer, Rancho Mission Viejo is a favorable option for those of us in the market. For more details, or to learn more about buying a newly constructed home, ask your GreenTree real estate agent.