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Ron Evans | Orange County REALTOR®

22521 Avenida Empresa, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, USA

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Over the course of his career, Ron Evans has continued to hone his skills as a masterful negotiator. Using advanced technology, social media, targeted demographics, and progressive marketing systems to generate higher demand, Ron is consistently able to sell the properties he represents faster than area average at the highest possible price.

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2 November 2021

Thank you for helping me get through this challenging time. I will recommend you to all of my friends and family in the area that are searching for a reputable real estate team. I will be calling you first, in the purchase of my next property. More...

2 November 2021

It was such a pleasure working with Ron. He was very efficient, professional, honest, knowledgeable, and very fun and exciting to work with. As a first time home-buyer, I had several questions and Ron always had answers. He was efficient in helping me to find different listings that included my "must haves". I would highly recommend Ron and his support team who made our transaction all so easy and painless. More...


I am always honored and humbled, when a client selects me to represent them in the purchase of, or the sale of, a home. This is quite possibly the largest and most important transaction many of them will make.

I worked corporate America for well over 20 years. Finally the time came to work for myself, so that I can have my clients' interests at heart, above all others. They come first and deserve the best representation possible.

As a real estate professional providing assistance for both home buyers and sellers in Rancho Santa Margarita, Mission Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Niguel, Coto De Caza, Irvine, and surrounding communities, I will always have your best interests in mind.

I have a total commitment to providing excellent service throughout the real estate transaction.
I have exceptional knowledge of the local Rancho Santa Margarita real estate market.
As a real estate professional, I will be committed to negotiating on your behalf to help meet your specific goals and objectives.
I will engage in a comprehensive networking strategy to assist in the purchase or sale of your home.
I will go the extra mile for you to make sure your next real estate transaction is a smooth one.
I take pride in providing personalized service which means that I will be highly involved in the actual purchase or sale or your home.
I will utilize technology to better meet your specific real estate needs, whether you are buying or selling.
I will take on the difficult tasks to make moving an easy process.
I will assist you in finding the related services that are necessary to buy or sell a home or other property.
I will keep you apprised of current local real estate market conditions that can impact the purchase or sale of your home.
I engage in a corporate level of marketing to make sure that your home gets as much exposure as possible if you are a seller and that you find the perfect home if you are a buyer.
I work as a full time real estate professional which means you will have the pinnacle of support throughout your real estate transaction.
I will utilize my experience both in and out of real estate to let you attend to your family while I do the work making sure your real estate transaction is processed in the most trouble free manner possible.
I will respect your time and work with you so your busy schedule is not interrupted.
I will uphold the highest moral and ethical standards throughout any real estate transaction I am involved in.

Yes. In this digital age, pretty much everything can be handled remotely, even the paperwork. I have represented clients who don't reside in California and the process was smooth each time.

I follow all CDC guidelines and recommendations for REALTORS®. The safety of my clients, myself, and other agents are important. All things are possible.


Once a home purchase contract is signed, sealed and delivered, most of my sellers usually begin to relax and release the stress involved in the selling process and negotiating a contract. I, on the other hand, am ready to move forward with the next phase, which starts with property inspections. Sometimes they can result in corrections by the seller that the buyer requires. I am always ready to help you with dealing with these requirements, whether you were prepared for them or they are a complete surprise. Did you know that disputes about repairs are the most prevalent reason for real estate contracts failing just before closing?

That’s why a major part of my job is helping you with avoiding unpleasant surprises that can accompany post-inspection negotiations regarding repairs. You can count on me to provide any information necessary for anticipating the items that buyers might demand corrections on. Sometimes, however, there are some things that can’t be anticipated until after the home inspection.

There is one thing that I can do to help in preparing you for these areas of negotiating a contract while also leaving you some negotiating room. I can advise you on how to think ahead right from the time of receiving your first offer and take under consideration the home inspection and any subsequent repair negotiations. Even if selling your home seems urgent at the time, going too far with your pricing concessions right at the beginning when negotiating a contract could potentially leave little room to make post-inspection corrections or repairs.

Once the home inspection is done, I will meet with you to examine the reports and build a counter-strategy involving the buyer’s requirements. If you don’t object to their demands, or if the repairs and expense are minor, you could choose to simply agree to their conditions. I can also call on my extensive list of contractors and inspectors to help with providing estimates to help you with coming to an informed decision. On the other hand, should they be extensive and unanticipated, I will assist you with the job of creating a response that could save you money while keeping the buyer moving forward with the transaction, so that you can end up being happy with your net proceeds.

Remember, unless you’re lucky enough to be in a multiple offer position, a buyer-in-the-hand is worth his weight in gold. I promise to do everything that I can to get that buyer all the way from negotiating a contract to sitting at the closing table with pen-in-hand.

Questions regarding the process of selling your home? I’m just a click away!

The buying process of purchase contract negotiations in home buying in Orange County runs the gamut of stressful to exciting. Although my buyers can begin to relax as soon as the contract has the seller’s signature on it, I certainly won’t have time for relaxing yet. Still to be done are a myriad of additional negotiations, inspections, document deliveries, title details and mortgage undertakings before the closing and that triumphant moment when you get to take possession of the keys to your beautiful new home.

In all, there are actually 50 or more tasks and due dates involved in the average home buying in Orange County transaction, including:

Coordinating the appraisal
Making sure the appraiser has access to the property
Depositing the earnest money
Delivering the receipt to the buyer
Delivering docs to the title company after contract is signed
Ordering a title binder/commitment
Assisting buyers with ordering inspections
Coordinating access for inspections
Making sure inspections are completed on time
Helping buyers with document, inspection or contingency negotiations
Coordination of document delivery with the mortgage company
Monitor the status of all title company processing
I am responsible for the constant monitoring of the entire document deliveries. I check all of the steps forward vs. the contractual deadlines in place. The majority of this activity takes place behind-the-scenes so that you don’t have to be bothered with it. Through all of this, my main goal is to engineer a completely smooth transaction for you while helping you to meet all of the requisite deadlines. I won’t bother you with actions or documents that need to be taken unless it’s absolutely necessary to move the transaction forward to a closing that is successful.

There are numerous companies and individuals involved in each and every home buying in Orange County transaction. They usually include two agents, appraisers, attorneys, lenders, loan underwriters, mortgage brokers, surveyors, a title company, and sometimes others. Every one of them has their own singular duties that they are concentrating on, so that they can do a good job on every individual transaction. It’s important to remember, however, that they are only focused on their specific part in the deal. On the other hand, I am your emissary for bringing everything together. I am always coordinating all of the individuals and their activities just for you.

Those are just some of the highlights of coordinating every step of the way toward your closing. I am responsible for meeting all deadlines, as well as keeping your transaction on point and avoiding any possibility of a default in the terms of your contract. I’m here to do all of this for you to ensure that all your bases are covered and your real estate closing goes smoothly.

Now that you understand the buying process, a home search would be your next step.