Laguna Lovers Buy Again in $6.1 Million Short Sale

May 2012
Orange County Business Journal;5/21/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p59
The article reports on an out-of-state couple who purchased a house for 6.1 million dollars that was once 10.9 million dollars in 2010, located at 1715 Ocean Way in Laguna Beach, California.


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