Whether you are buying or selling real estate in the Oxnard area, HungryAgents.com® Member Agents will compete for your business. When you are selling they will compete with discounted rates and with full service. They will bid on the commission they will charge to sell your property and they will let you know how much they will offer to the buyer's agent and how much they will keep for themselves. They will also bid on the amount of the commission they will share with you when they are helping you buy and representing you as a buyer's agent.
The average seller will receive around seven bids and the average buyer will receive about 6 bids in the Oxnard area. The average total commission (that's including buyer's agent and seller's agent commission) bid in the area is 4.05%. Of course the price of the property and the area are important, so many bids will be higher and many lower. The average bid on the amount of the buyer's agent commission that is to be returned to the buyer is 33.47%. Some will be higher, some lower. Our service is free to the consumer and Member Agents don't have to pay until they sell a property. When Member Agents compete you save thousands.
Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA is the metropolitan designation given to the Ventura County Area, but locals generally refer to the area simply as "Ventura County". The metro area comprises 2 key population centers: the Oxnard Plain and the Conejo/Simi Valleys. It also contains the rural regions of the Santa Clara River Valley and the Ojai Valley as well as some cities outside of Ventura County, and is home to roughly 800,000 people.
Oxnard, CA is located at the western edge of the fertile Oxnard Plain, and is one of the world's most important agricultural centers, with its distinction as the strawberry and lima bean capital. It is home to nearly 200,000 citizens and is the largest city in the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura Metropolitan Area.
The city is home to two large U.S. Navy bases (Port Hueneme and NAS Point Mugu). Oxnard is also a major transit hub in Southern California, with Amtrak, Union Pacific, Metrolink, Greyhound, Intercalifornias and many others stopping in Oxnard. Oxnard also has a regional airport called Oxnard Airport (OXR).
The economy of Oxnard is driven by international trade, agriculture, manufacturing, defense, and tourism. Oxnard is one of the key manufacturing centers in the Greater Los Angeles Area. The Port of Hueneme is the busiest and only deep-harbor commercial port between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and is vital to trade with the Pacific Rim economies. Companies utilizing the Port include Del Monte Foods, Chiquita, BMW, Land Rover, and Jaguar. Other key industries driving Oxnard's existence include finance, transportation and the high tech industry.
Area demographic facts from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The average total commission bid in the area is 4.05%. The average bid on the amount of the buyer's agent commission that is to be returned to the buyer is 33.47%. The average seller will receive around seven bids and the average buyer will receive about 6 bids in the Oxnard area.