Reali Roundup: What’s on the California market?

June 3, 2021


Up, down, and all around – after over a year of housebound blues, Californians are again on the move. If you didn’t catch it, the NY Times did a great piece on what we locals already know: California is easy to love and tough to leave. Californians aren’t moving out so much as up and over. So this week, we’re focusing on what everyone wants to see: more homes on the market!

Southern California

From massive fossil finds to a bona fide Avengers campus, there’s always something going on in sunny, southern California. And, whether you’re easing into retirement or starting a family, the homes below all showcase the region’s perks in their own ways:

SoCal Featured Homes

Aliso Viejo 3 bed, 2 bath

Open floor OC gem with views of the mellow San Joaquin Hills.

Laguna Woods 2 bed, 2 bath

Seville-style home perfect for those seeking a life of leisure.
Pasadena 2 bed, 2 bath 
Modern home equally suited for nature lovers and sophisticates alike.
La Quinta 3 bed, 2 bath
Santa Rosa Mountain views and a wide range of amenities: the platonic ideal of SoCal life.

Northern California

Few places offer the grandeur, energy, and ingenuity that Northern California exudes – to say nothing of its secret lakes, pink torch processions, and fledgling wind revolution. Headed this way? Your journey begins with a click!

NorCal Featured Homes

Oakland 2 bed, 1 bath

This lovely, Bay Area bungalow will have you plugged into one of the state’s most undeniably cool cities.

San Mateo 2 bed, 1 bath

Chic, sun-flooded corner condo unit that is a simple stroll from pretty much everything. 

San Francisco 3 bed, 2 bath

Twin Peaks jewel boasts every amenity you could dream of, plus iconic city views. 
El Dorado Hills, 5 bed, 4 bath 
Set within a gated community, this stunner offers over 5,000 SF of living space. 

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That’s all for now, friends! Have a good weekend, and we’ll see you at the beach! 🏄