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Rancho Santa Margarita Commercial Real Estate
Rancho Santa Margarita is one of the newest cities in Orange County, California and investment opportunities in the commercial real estate marketplace continue to unfold. Transtar can provide you with a real estate agent in Rancho Santa Margarita who possesses the skills and knowledge to advise and manage commercial real estate acquisitions.
Emerging rapidly as a location for available commercial land, newer industrial and office buildings and quality retail projects, Rancho Santa Margarita has higher priced, but high quality South Orange County commercial real estate projects.
Our leasing abilities in Rancho Santa Margarita include negotiating significant leases with many companies seeking commercial real estate. Transtar's experience in the Rancho Santa Margarita market goes back over 10 years and includes office building, retail center and industrial building transactions. Transtar's award-winning commercial investment specialists and property management team recognize the distinct value of commercial property in Rancho Santa Margarita, and can provide you with the tools and expertise to help ensure that investing in commercial real estate in Rancho Santa Margarita is a successful choice.
The lovely Rancho Santa Margarita, an "urban village" in southern Orange County, California is home to over 47,000 residents. Situated northeast of the cities Laguna Niguel and Lake Forest, Rancho Santa Margarita is nestled in the foothills of the smoky Santa Ana Mountains. The community's clean and well-maintained residential and commercial property areas, along with new schools, and numerous greenbelt areas and trails attract families who appreciate the conveniences of a well-planned community and the beauty of the natural surroundings. As a result, Rancho Santa Margarita real estate is inviting for investors due to the increased interest in residential and commercial real estate in the community. The attractive cross-section of industry and businesses that employ the community's residents contributes to a stable employment climate.