OC Continues to Thrive as Jobs and Real Estate Leader

Robin Fenchel January 8, 2013

Covering nearly 200,000 square feet and encompassing seven floors of the Irvine Spectrum, CoreLogic is at the forefront of data and analytics for real estate and property. But their expertise doesn’t end as just a warehouse of facts and figures. CoreLogic’s 600 employees apply that property information into real-world applications. For instance, recently they identified potential property damage from SuperStorm Sandy at almost $90 billion in select East Coast locations. Their ability to extrapolate information can be extended to such disasters of both natural and man-made origins, like oil spills.#

CoreLogic’s steady growth and prominence is just one indicator of Irvine’s continued reputation as a highly-desired place to live and work. Since its ranking in 2008 by CNNMoney.com as the fourth best place to live in the U.S., its regular placement amongst the safest cities in the country and presence of UC Irvine, the area continues to draw and host some of the most reputable companies in the world: Fisker, CorVel, Blizzard Entertainment, Vizio, Edwards Lifesciences, Masimo and Broadcom to name just a few.

Recent gains in both real estate pricing and purchases suggest a thriving return to prominence in Orange County. It should come as no surprise that home buying has increased over 25% in November. As a continued destination living and working region, you will need a trusted advocate to navigate this renewed real estate activity. Give us a call today to begin the journey.

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