I've been busy.
It sounds like a lame excuse and in a lot of ways, it is. But it's been for a good reason. For a long-time I've thought that's it's a bit of a travesty that so many young folks in Orange County are buying crummy stucco boxes when they want something more interesting. Unlike areas closer to Los Angeles, there has not been nearly as much coverage about mid-century modern homes in Orange County.
As some of you know, I'm a real estate agent by trade. I work in Orange Orange County, California and love mid-century modern homes. Combing all of that, I've created www.OCModHomes.com
. In short, I've set about cataloging all the great, affordable
home neighborhoods in Orange County.
At first, I thought I would wait until it was complete and 100% ready. But then I realized that would probably never happen and I didn't want the perfect to be the enemy of the great. So I've decided to start promoting the site, even as I add material.
My goals are actually two-fold. I want this to be a resource for those looking to buy mid-century modern homes in Orange County and those appreciate the homes. But I also want this to be a resource that will improve the state of many of the neighborhoods. Sadly, many of these homes are not treasured by their owners and many people are unaware they even exist. People often ask, "who's job is it to be an advocate for these neighborhoods?" Well, I think it should be the real estate agents that want to service these homes; more specifically, I think it should be