This was a big day in the news for San Diego real estate. Standard & Poor’s Case-Schiller Home Price Index was released today for April 2010. The index, which measures resale values of single-family houses, shows sale prices of houses in San Diego rose 11.7 percent between April 2009 and April 2010. Only San Francisco, […]
It’s hard for many prospective buyers of San Diego homes to believe this, but this really isn’t a traditional “buyer’s market” in many parts of San Diego. This is particularly true for “entry-level homes.” In America’s Finest City the entry level starts at around $350,000 and goes up to about $600,000. And buying a house […]
More experts are calling a bottom to the San Diego real estate market. On Saturday the San Diego Union Tribune featured a quarterly report by MDA DataQuick which showed price increases in 8 of 56 neighborhoods during Third Quarter 2009. The largest increase was in West Escondido (zip code 92029) where the median price of […]
San Diego homes for sale average price reduction is 10% and 18% of listings are reduced from original asking price, Trulia reports. San Diego ranks 45 out of 50 cities by Trulia with regard to percentage of homes for sale with price reductions.
Carmel Valley / East Del Mar When looking at the upper-end of the San Diego real estate market, one thing is clear. There are lots of homes to choose from. A perfect example is in the Carmel Valley zip code 92130 where there are presently 221 houses for sale. Considering that there are only 5,995 […]
Rancho Penasquitos I cringe when I read the newspaper or hear a report on the TV or radio that gives a median home price or average house price for San Diego County. This is a large and diverse area. San Diego home sales differ between neighborhoods almost as much as the San Diego terrains and […]