All the best,
Coldwell Banker Star Realty
BRE Lic #01456982
Garden Grove is well managed, in fact it was one city that was Not a part of the OC BK filling a few years back.
Kawain Payne, Realtor & Garden Grove CA Resident:)
As for GG - that depends on the area - stick to Eastgate, Garden Park, West Grove - (92845) this area literllay butts up to Seal Beach off Lampson Ave and Cypress off Chapman. The beach (as in sand not address) is 5 miles away. You can have a HB address and be that far away. Pacifica High School has high ratings (greatschools.net). i have lived off Chapman and Valley View for 15 years - the demographics are changing - but the neoghborhood is still safe and family friendly. Seeing people ride their bike or walk is a daily sight. Concerts in the park, small town kind of feel. I lived in East garden grove for 5 years off Chapman and Harbor - my preference is the west end of town. East end has far more nightlife if thats what you are looking for. i lived in HB for 3 years off Beach and Garfield. Not as "cozy" as its larger but it was nice being 3 miles from the beach. i have not lived in Costa Mesa only shopped in the area.
It's how you think your priorities should be, if your not sure, flip a coin.
If your looking for a pure non-owner occupied investment, look further inland (Riverside County/San Bernardino County) or maybe even much further inland, try Las Vegas.
If you choose Las Vegas, give me a call and I'll give you the low down on some great restaurants!
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Keller Williams Realty
This will also depend on your price range and what is available
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Ingrid Ski Realtor
Costa Mesa and HB are fantastic places to live as well but are significantly more expensive. Certainly your budget as well as area amenities can help you decide.
I'm a lifelong resident of Garden Grove and would be happy to guide you through the different neighborhoods.
I hope this helps.
There are great investments opportunities in all of these cities. To answer this question, you must ask yourself a few questions-
What is your budget?
What type of home are you seeking?
Is this a short term or long term investment? Are you looking to occupy the house or rent it?
Are you willing to purchase a fixer?
Are schools a concern?
You might find larger home in Garden Grove, whereas in CM or HB, you might have to get a condo or town home.
I would be happy to show you a few places within your budget in each area, so you can get an idea of what to expect.
Contact me today to get started!
Nicole Fedorchek, Realtor