Santa Cruz Real Estate.
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Santa Cruz Beach Homes
and Luxury Real Estate

Find all brand new listings directly from the MLS in real time. Some of the most gorgeous homes on the coast lie tucked away in the paradise of Santa Cruz Real Estate.



The Most Beautiful
Community in California

Known for the natural beauty of its coastline from State Parks to redwood forests, Santa Cruz Properties are some of the most sought out realty in California.

Paradise Found!

22680 East Cliff Dr #8

This is the home that words cannot describe…only photos and a first hand look can convey the feeling.

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Serving you in Santa Cruz, Capitola, Soquel, Rio Del Mar, La Selva Beach, Scotts Valley, Moss Landing, and other areas around the beautiful Monterey Bay.

Recent News

  • Existing-Home Sales Begin 2017 with a Bang
    by Suzanne De Vita on February 22, 2017 at 9:09 pm

    Existing-home sales began 2017 with a bang, growing 3.3 percent and hitting a 10-year high in January, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). With the exception of the Midwest, every region saw gains, with total sales reaching 5.69 million—the fastest pace since February 2007. “Much of the country saw robust sales activity last […] The post Existing-Home Sales Begin 2017 with a Bang appeared first on RISMedia. […]

  • Priced Out: Gender Pay Gap Spills over to Housing
    by Susanne Dwyer on February 22, 2017 at 9:06 pm

    Editor’s Note: This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. See what else is cookin’ now on 4 Tips for Organizing Your Home Maintenance Routine Exploring America’s Neighborhoods: Mission District, San Francisco Switzerland’s Most Expensive Residential Addresses Single homebuyers have a tougher time than most affording a house—and a new report shows single women […] The post Priced Out: Gender Pay Gap Spills over to Housing appeared first on RISMedia. […]

  • CFPB Explores Alternative Routes for ‘Credit Invisibles’
    by Susanne Dwyer on February 22, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Twenty-six million Americans are “credit invisible,” or lacking enough credit history to generate a credit score—a factor most lenders use to evaluate loan applications. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has begun exploring alternative routes to determine creditworthiness, including cell phone bill and rent payment history, seeking feedback from the public on these and other […] The post CFPB Explores Alternative Routes for ‘Credit Invisibles’ appeared first on RISMedia. […]