Agent Name Craig Druckrey

Agent Name Craig Druckrey

Real Estate Agent Mission Viejo California

Our real estate agent in Mission Viejo California our agent is an expert in the local market. Work with the top Realtor in Mission Viejo that has a proven track record.

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Direct Phone: (949) 433 1603

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Experience the Master Planned Community of Mission Viejo in Orange County

Have the best real estate agent Mission Viejo has to offer supply you with all the information you need about the city and its data. Here are some of the main stats and history about the city. Rarely do you find a community where you can find all that you have ever wanted – a residential community with the right sprinkling of commercial offices as well as business, where the neighborhood is lined with trees that offer both fruit and shade. This picturesque landscape is what you will find at Mission Viejo, a ‘master planned’ community in the ‘Saddleback Valley’.
Mission Viejo is situated on the Southern side of Orange County in California. It is rivaled by the Highlands Ranch as the largest ‘master planned’ community in the US. As of the year 2011, there were 93,483 residents in Mission Viejo. Given its landscape, who would not want to live here? The streets are so green that Mission Viejo was given an award by the ‘National Arbor Day’ Foundation. It was named as Mission Viejo because of “Rancho Mission Viejo,” a large land grant from the Spanish government; it was from there that the community was built upon.

Besides being a clean, livable as well as sustainable community, Mission Viejo is also peaceful and relatively crime-free. According to a recent crime statistics survey (which had data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation), Mission Viejo is the safest city anywhere in the US. The CQ Press also ranked Mission Viejo as the ‘safest’ in California and the 3rd in the entire America.

Early History

The famous Mexican businessman named Don Juan, also known as John Forster, who used to supply horses to the US military in the American- Mexican war, bought Mission Viejo. It had always been a hilly area that was perfect for raising cattle and sheep. The land was of hardly any use to farmers since the land was not arable. In the year 1960, developers had surveyed the area but they have given up on it and said that it had no potential. This is one of the reasons why Mission Viejo was the last place in the Orange County to become urbanized.

As a city in Southern California, Mission Viejo is exposed to the dry winds of Santa Ana. This causes the temperature to jump noticeably on occasion. Temperatures can reach as high as 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) and above. There can also be snow, but this is a rare occurrence. Saddleback Mountains get a bit of snowfall during the winter months, but there is nothing to be alarmed about. The residents of Mission Viejo enjoy the weather while it lasts.


In the year 2010, the US census broke down the population of ‘Mission Viejo’ and reported that its density was 5,148. 3 people per square mile. Considering the land area, that is not a very tightly packed community. Among the population, there were 74,493 White people, 1,210 African Americans, 379 Native Americans, 8,462 Asians, 153 Pacific Islanders, and 4,332 (4.6%) residents from other races. The average age of the population was also 42.2 years old. The females also slightly outnumbered the males in both the younger and older brackets.

When it comes to income, we can say that the Mission Viejo residents belong to the middle class group. The average household income was USD 96,420. About 44 percent of the people who are living here are having at least a Bachelor’s Degree while 94.1 percent of them had earned at least a high school diploma.

Health Care and Entertainment

Residents on this side of Orange County enjoy great health benefits as well as expert medical attention. For one, Mission Hospital is said to be the largest medical facility in the Orange County area. It is considered as the regional trauma center. There is also the ‘Children’s Hospital’ of Orange County which provides great medical care to children. Patients with rare or difficult to treat symptoms are usually brought here.

In terms of recreation and entertainment, the community has a lot to offer. Senior citizens can go to the ‘Norman P. Murray’ ‘Community and Senior’ Center and there are different parks and natural open spaces as well. There are three Golf Courses, namely: The ‘Mission Viejo Country’ Club, the ‘Arroyo Trabuco’ Golf Club, and the ‘Casta del Sol’ Golf Course. The community also takes pride in its man-made lake, the Lake Mission Viejo, which is an attraction that was created for the benefit of its residents. It offers condominiums, swim beaches as well as boat rentals. This place is a must-visit for residents as well as those from neighboring areas.

Education Information

The founders and leaders of Mission Viejo believe in giving their children a brighter future through education. There are two district schools serving Mission Viejo: the ‘Capistrano Unified’ School District and the ‘Saddleback Valley’ Unified School Districts. For the benefit of the residents who are interested to enroll their children, ‘Capistrano Unified’ serves the southern, northeastern, and eastern portions of the Mission Viejo with a total of eight schools. The unified portion attends ‘Capistrano Valley’ High School, while the Western side go to the Saddleback Valley’s ‘Mission Viejo’ High School.

Education is not only for high school students and young ones; adults can also continue to learn by enrolling in ‘continuation and adult schools’ within the city such as Silverado High School, Pathfinder and ‘Mira Monte’ High School. There is also the Saddleback College and the University of California, Irvine; Chapman University, Soka University of America, and California State University, Fullerton (Irvine Campus), which can all be found nearby.

Unfortunately, while middle and tertiary schools are thriving, the elementary schools, on the other hand, are closing down because of budget cuts. For example, La Tierra Elementary, which is fondly called by the residents as the Little School with a Big Heart, was shut down in the year 2009 due to budget problems. As of this writing, the school is still closed and the students who were supposed to attend class there were all moved to Del Cerro Elementary school.

Nevertheless, Mission Viejo is still a great place to live in. It is perfect for young adults who want to start a family and raise their children in a clean, peaceful and safe environment. You can inquire with any of the real estate agents about houses for sale in Mission Viejo. There are also condo units as well as other arrangements that can be made for you.

Our real estate agent Mission Viejo CA webpage is designed to provide information about the city. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, have the top Realtor in Mission Viejo assist you. Our real estate agents are experts in the local market, and know Mission Viejo inside and out. Real estate agents are not all the same; work with an agent with a proven track record. Our real estate agents combine their knowledge with the top Orange County mortgage expert to further assist in the home buying process. To find out more about our Mission Viejo real estate agent, please contact the agent listed above.

Zip Codes for Mission Viejo

ZIP Code 92690  ZIP Code 92691  ZIP Code 92692

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