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CLIPBOARD : Home Value Estimates

Among Orange County owners living in their homes, about one in 12 estimates the value of that home at more than a half-million dollars. This 8% figure is dwarfed in some of the county’s more affluent areas, though. In Newport Beach and Villa Park, for example, the comparable figure is closer to 60%.

Here, ranked from highest to lowest, is the percentage of homeowners in each city (and some unincorporated areas) who reported in the census that the value of their homes exceeds $500,000:

Total Number Percent Owner-Occupied Valued Valued City Homes +$500,000 +$500,000 Newport Beach 13,988 8,884 63.5 Villa Park 1,733 1,031 59.5 Laguna Beach 5,368 2,379 44.3 Coto de Caza 802 299 37.3 Tustin Foothills 7,103 1,924 27.1 Dana Point 6,300 1,112 17.7 San Juan Capistrano 5,120 816 15.9 San Clemente 8,214 1,208 14.7 Seal Beach 4,129 508 12.3 Laguna Niguel 11,445 1,401 12.2 Laguna Hills 9,733 1,176 12.1 Yorba Linda 12,968 1,514 11.7 Huntington Beach 32,767 2,750 8.4 Irvine 21,822 1,717 7.9 Rossmoor 3,053 233 7.6 Fullerton 19,712 1,336 6.8 Orange 19,394 1,023 5.3 Mission Viejo 18,200 617 3.4 Tustin 5,765 182 3.2 Los Alamitos 1,490 43 2.9 Anaheim 35,839 890 2.5 Costa Mesa 12,690 280 2.2 Buena Park 11,370 194 1.7 Brea 6,464 89 1.4 Fountain Valley 11,780 148 1.3 La Palma 3,321 42 1.3 Cypress 8,847 106 1.2 Trabuco Highlands 778 9 1.2 Portola Hills 789 7 0.9 El Toro 12,996 82 0.6 La Habra 8,498 54 0.6 Placentia 7,609 43 0.6 Santa Ana 26,392 124 0.5 Aliso Viejo 1,794 2 * Garden Grove 22,484 65 * Rancho Santa Margarita 3,178 6 * Stanton 3,244 14 * Westminster 12,359 22 * Rest of the county 8,975 1,055 11.8 COUNTY TOTAL 408,514 33,385 8.2

* Less than half of 1% Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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