These two are the best! Wherever they go they bring their positive energy and best intentions. The world needs more like them.
by Charles Grinbaum Check out my review on Facebook, Simpson Realty Page
"Wow wow wow! I must say Team Simpson was incredible! They helped us get into our condo and we will forever be grateful. Her patience and professionalism toward our home buying made it very easy. Would recommend them 110%!!"
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Anabel and Michael were very helpful in selling my mothers home. It was in a Trust and the had to deal with a number of issues that involved a lot of paperwork. We lived a good distance from the property and the would go and make sure that the home looked it's best. Both Anabel and Michael were very professional and were successful in getting the price we were happy with.
by Debbie Brown Larson See My Review on Facebook, Simpson Realty Page
What a dynamic duo to help me sell my home! I came across Michael & Anabel on the internet while trying to get information on selling my home in Chino. Within moments they called me after sending an inquiry. This prompt response was consistent throughout our transaction. Both very knowledgeable and got us above our asking price after fielding multiple offers. I have worked with other realtors in the past but the Simpson team was superior and set the standards high. I'm waiting to buy my new home but I referred them to my mother and they are helping her find her dream home now!!
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A Weekend in Orange: What to See, Do, and Explore
Orange is one of the oldest cities in southern California, and has a unique charm that combines history and modern development. It has tons of things to see and do for both residents and visitors alike, and the stunning weather and scenery has attracted many people to the area in recent years, with continual population growth over the last three decades. There’s something for everyone in Orange – here’s what to explore during your free time in the area.
For the outdoorsy types: Orange is home to a huge quantity of parks, open spaces, lakes, and other places that are ideal for active types who love getting outside and enjoying the sunshine. Peters Canyon Regional Park is a large grassland area with tons of trails for hiking and running. There’s also a reservoir in the center of the park. Irvine Regional Park is another large park with plenty of hiking trails and boating as well as the Orange County Zoo. Santiago Oaks Regional Park is also located nearby and offers more trails as well as horseback riding with stunning scenery.
For the avid shopper: If you enjoy finding great deals and spending money, there’s no shortage of places to do that in Orange. The Outlets at Orange is home to high-end outlet stores that offer premium clothing at discounted prices, as well as an assortment of places to eat and a movie theater. There are also several notable standalone stores in Orange, including Tiddlywinks, a toy shop, and Bookman, a used bookstore with a wide selection. If you head to downtown Orange, there are also independent clothing boutiques to check out, including Nectar, Cocorose, Laurenly, and Zae’s Womens.
For families with kids: If you have kids, there’s plenty to do in Orange with them no matter what their ages are. The Orange County Zoo is home to a wide assortment of animals and wildlife, and is designed with kids in mind, with an adorable train that runs through the park. If your kids are slightly older and love to skateboard, the Vans Skatepark is definitely a must do, located in the Outlets at Orange. It’s an indoor skatepark and is ideal for many different ages and ability levels.
For foodies: You have plenty of choices when in comes to food in Orange, particularly in the Old Town area, where many restaurants have set up shop. For true fine dining, check out Orange Hill Restaurant, which is located on a hill and has stunning views of the Orange area, as well as The Hobbit, which serves high-end multi-course meals with great food and drinks. For cheaper, laid-back food options, check out Bruxie, which offers breakfast all day, as well as The Lazy Dog, a great place for comfort food in a relaxed atmosphere. If you’re craving Mexican, check out Gabbi’s Mexican Kitchen, or if pizza’s more your style, try Blaze Pizza in Old Towne.
For those who just can’t pick, try Old Towne Orange Walking Food Tours, which allow you to sample many different options in the area. If you are looking for a great drink to wash down your meal, head over to Valiant Brewing Company or Old Orange Brewing Co. to sample a beer and maybe even tour the facilities. If you prefer cocktails or wine, try The District Lounge or Calivino Wine Pub.
For the culture junkie: There’s plenty of art and history to be enjoyed in Orange. The Hilbert Art Museum is located on the campus of Chapman University and is home to plenty of classic works from Californian artists. It also showcases the history of southern California for a unique experience. The Yost Theater also hosts frequent productions of theater, concerts, and other events in nearby Santa Ana.