Our History

Jeff and Julie Moran are Realtors helping buyers and sellers throughout Southern California, but specialize in the South Orange County area including the cities of San Clemente, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, San Juan Capistrano, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Covenant Hills, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Dove Canyon, Lake Forest, and Laguna Hills.

Our Story

With over 15 years working in the Orange County Real Estate market, Team Moran has extensive knowledge of each of the communities located in and around South Orange County and work tirelessly on their clients behalf to make each and every home buying or home selling experience pleasant, successful, and FUN!

For their sellers, it is Team Moran’s commitment to help sell your home or property in a timely fashion while helping attain the highest possible price for your property.

For their buyers, Team Moran works tirelessly to find the perfect home or investment Real Estate opportunity within South Orange County and surrounding communities.

“South Orange County is such a niche market, that you really need the experience as well as the eyes and ears on the street to find the very best deals and get a true read of what’s happening in the local market. Property websites can have huge discrepancies in actual home values, which is why we often work closely with out-of-state buyers and investors in helping them relocate to South Orange County.” – Jeff Moran

As Real Estate experts, Team Moran specializes in all areas of the Orange County Real Estate market, including Short Sales.

“In recent years, with the Real Estate market being the way it is, it’s likely that you’ve heard of a Short Sale. In terms of selling homes, Short Sales have become more and more common. But you may be asking yourself “what is a short sale?” and “how are short sales different from a foreclosure?” The answers to those questions are quite simple, and we can help you make some important decisions when it comes to selling or buying a home. At its basic level, a short sale means that a house is being sold, and the amount it’s being sold for will fall short of the balance of debts secured by liens against the house itself, and the home owner cannot afford to pay the rest of the balance of the lien. Think of it this way: If you bought a house, and the balance on the mortgage is $300,000, and you can only sell the house for $200,000, and you still won’t be able to cover the rest of the debt yourself, you would essentially be falling into the short sale category. If you’re considering a short sale, we’d love to talk to you.” – Julie Moran



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7:30AM - 6:30PM


7:30AM - 6:30PM


7:30AM - 6:30PM


7:30AM - 6:30PM


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By Appointment Only