|Santa Ana, California
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices
|Updated On: March 8, 2018|
|Zipcode||Single Family Home||Townhome or Condo|
|4 BR||3 BR||#Lst||3 BR||2 BR||#Lst|
|92701||1,500 sf||$572,000||4||1,000 sf||$324,000||17|
|92703||1,700 sf||$589,000||1,400 sf||$575,000||22|
|92704||2,000 sf||$718,000||1,400 sf||$567,000||26||1,000 sf||$416,000||11|
|92705||2,800 sf||$991,000||2,300 sf||$1,014,000||67|
|92706||2,900 sf||$963,000||1,600 sf||$684,000||16||1,000 sf||$328,000||4|
|Updated on: March 8, 2018|
|Asking Price in 92701 – 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes|
Homes for Sale in Santa Ana
Santa Ana Real Estate & Homes for Sale in California
Rich in history and heritage, the city of Santa Ana is located in the heart of Orange County, California, and is considered a major city in Southern California. Incorporated in 1886, it became the county seat when Orange County was separated from Los Angeles County in 1889. Today, the city boasts a creative and progressive city government that is aided by community involvement partnerships with new real estate developments. Such partnerships as Santa Ana 2000, Council of Arts and Culture, Chamber of Commerce, and Hispanic Chamber of Commerce all work together to keep their city vital and growing.
The school district has two Nationally Distinguished Schools, McFadden Intermediate and Greenville Fundamental Elementary, as well as several State Distinguished Schools. The city also has a campus of the Rancho Santiago Community College District as well as West Coast University and Pacific Coast College. Mater Dei, one of California’s most popular and prestigious private high schools also calls Santa Ana home.
The neighborhoods are a wonderful mix of style and flavor. Many of the historic neighborhoods have been restored and maintained to their original form. The city boasts over 50 neighborhood associations that have a common purpose of working to improve their surroundings.
Special points of interest within the city include the Santa Ana Zoo, Bowers Museum and The Bowers Kidseum, Artists Village, Discovery Science Center, South Coast Plaza, Main Place Shopping Center, Riverview Golf Course, Santa Ana Country Club, and Willowick Municipal Golf Course.
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Price Range of Santa Ana Houses
Like the community itself, Santa Ana’s real estate options are diverse, eclectic, and come in a number of price ranges that will suit any buyer’s budget. While single-family homes anchor the real estate market in this progressive city, buyers can also find listings for condos and townhouses. Specific lifestyle options can also be met as buyers can choose to find a home near any one of Santa Ana’s golf courses, public parks, or even near Santa Ana College or Downtown Santa Ana. Some new construction homes are available throughout Santa Ana, in addition to historical properties and Victorian-style homes. Single-family homes in Santa Ana can be found starting from $300,000 for a starter home near a neighborhood school, to $3 million for a Spanish-style estate home. While condominiums in Santa Ana and Orange County townhouses are limited, buyers can still find listings that start in the $160,000 range.
Santa Ana Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of March 5th, 2018: homes priced around $572,225 compared to $533,725 the previous week, showing a increase of more than +7%. For Thursday, March 8th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 4.25%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 3.66%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or ‘jumbo’ loan, the 30 year rate is 4.40%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 4.12%.