Consistent Top Producers and Chairman's Circle Award Winners, Laguna Niguel Real Estate Agents Drew and Linda Hartanov and their Hartanov Team of REALTORS® have well over 20 years of real estate experience.
With past backgrounds that include sales, specialized marketing and executive management in corporate environments and as industry leading, full-service real estate agents with Prudential California Realty, we pride ourselves on being able to meet all your buying and selling needs under one roof, so you can get the transaction settled faster and with smooth efficiency. We will put our knowledge of marketing, negotiating and problem solving to work for you when you buy or sell a home in Laguna Niguel and we have the experience to offer unparalleled service beyond your expectations. We also specialize in relocation assistance for buyers who are moving to Orange County. As residents of this beautiful oceanfront region ourselves, we know it's a great place to call home, and we'd be happy to help you get settled here.
So whether you're looking for your dream home or a solid return on your real estate investment, The Hartanov Team has the resources to make it happen. Our Orange County REALTORS® are ready to assist with any property transaction, while our financial service partners can guide you into the best loan, escrow, and mortgage programs.
To learn more about the Hartanov Team and the real estate services we provide our clients can be found at our Laguna Niguel Real Estate website.
Laguna Niguel is a new city, having been incorporated in 1989, and was originally a master planned community. It is a hillside town, located west of the 5 freeway, bordering Southern Orange County cities like Laguna Beach, Dana Point, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, San Juan Capistrano, etc. Approximately a third of the land area of Laguna Niguel is designated as open space, giving the community a green and open aspect. Laguna Niguel is home to some 65,000 people, and is considered to be among the finest communities, in the county. The city covers over 13 square miles, and is a beautiful residential community, peaceful and charming, with abundant and varied shops and businesses, and a range of recreational options. Its closeness to the coast gives it an ideal climate, perfect for outdoor activities throughout the year. The large open spaces, parks and attractions, community pools, outdoor amphitheater, and Botanical Preserve draw huge numbers of visitors.
Laguna Niguel derives its name from the word lagoon in Spanish, and the name Nigueli, a village of Juaneno Indians that once stood in the Aliso Creek area. The Rancho Niguel, a sheep ranch, was formed in 1821, when California became a part of the Mexican territories. later, around 1895, the land became a part of the holdings of the Moulton Company. The Laguna Niguel Corporation was founded in 1959, by Cabot, Cabot and Forbes, laying the foundations for the modern city, and becoming one of the first in California to be a master planned community. Development was planned and controlled, and inputs on land use came from the Laguna Niguel Homeowner Association, in the early years. A community services district was formed in 1986, by Laguna Niguel residents, and the city was incorporated three years later.
The community is currently served by the Capistrano Unified School District, with Seven elementary schools and a middle school within City limits. High school students have access to Dana Point and Aliso Viejo, and colleges within easy access include Saddleback community College. The business climate is healthy, and the economic environment prosperous, with twenty professional and retail centers, and a host of office buildings and business complexes in the area. Local businesses provide business opportunities and employment, as well as a healthy tax base for the community. The Presence of significant amounts of open space acts as a definer for the form and feel of the community and the City. Community and neighborhood parks are numerous, making the community a pleasure to live and relax in.
Other areas of interest, and things to do, include the Aliso & Wood Canyons Regional Park with its canyons harbor, petroglyphs by native people, and natural wonders. The Laguna Niguel Lake is in the Laguna Niguel Regional Park. It spreads over forty four acres and is well stocked with trout and bass, the perfect place for fishing. The Laguna Niguel Regional Park itself, offers a host of suburban recreation options like tennis and volleyball, jogging and bicycling, and boating. The Niguel Botanical Preserve has plants from around the world, and the Skateboard & Soccer Park offers 20,000 square feet of concrete as well as a soccer field.