Explore new home builders in Rancho Mission Viejo new homes with Jay Valento as your tour guide and Realtor®. Review all townhomes in the community for sale.
In the Rancho Mission Viejo, there are homes for just about everyone from 55+ Del Web homes to different styles of single-family homes most are two-story.
All Rancho Mission Viejo Townhomes for Sale
Wonderfully upgraded and meticulously maintained townhome in a great location with a very rare owned solar system. The care and attention to detail shines through the moment you come through the door. Open and bright created by high ceilings, open fl
Stunning Shea Townhome in the Sendero neighborhood. This beautiful 1735 sq ft home opens into a spacious first floor featuring a large living and dining area and one bathroom. The contemporary custom look kitchen comes equipped with stainless steel g
Please click on virtual tour link. Immaculate newer home nestled in the highly coveted Esencia community of beautiful Rancho Mission Viejo! With 4 bedrooms,3 1/2 baths, 2100 sq ft, this home has it all. As you enter the home you are greeted by an op
Light, bright and like new. This Smart Home in the Sendero, neighborhood of Rancho Mission Viejo is one of the best located Townhomes in all of RMV. 18 Fenix is in one of the lowest traffic areas in the tract. It is also directly across the street fr
Important Fees for Rancho Mission Viejo New Homes
The fees for the community: Buyer to pay the Ranch Life (one time) Community Services Fee of 1/4% of 1% the purchase price and (one time) Reserve Connection Fee of 1/8% of 1% the purchase price.
There is Mello Roos for newer properties. This is a special assessment property tax. For example, in the Lyon Villas community of townhomes, the mello roos is $2,234.50 in addition to your normal property tax of 1.25% of the purchase price. Property taxes are usually included in your monthly payment if your financing your purchase.
What does mello roos cover?
It covers infostructure, schools and public improvements.
How long does it last?
Up to 40 years. It varies per community. Always a good question to ask your Realtor®.