San Diego Real Estate Housing Market tends to lead the nation's real estate activities. This blog looks at historical and current activity, including sales rates, months of inventory, median home price, unemployment, inflation, etc., with an intent to provide timely predictions for our market. Because such a large part of the current market is make up of Foreclosures and REOs, we will also look deeply at how they affect the current environment. Additionally, specific market segments are monitored, such as La Jolla Real Estate, Del Mar Real Estate, Rancho Santa Fe Real Estate, and Carmel Valley Real Estate
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Compared to seasonally adjusted values, the volume of sales for San Diego Real Estate is up over the past three months. Given all the other characteristics of the market, it seems that this is most likely solely due to the pressure to close sales before December 1, 2009 created by the original F...
Institute for Trend Research economist Alan Beaulieu recently presented inflation expectations and provided actionable guidance, as reported by Paul Diamond, Web Editor, Vistage International. Original article here. Inflation will likely rise to 6% per year by the end of 2011 and to 7.5% per yea...
According to the atricle U.S. housing market meltdown not over yet the meltdown of the U.S. housing market is not over yet, and home prices will soon start trekking downward again as a flood of foreclosures looms, a well-known economist said on Wednesday. The article quotes Mark Zandi, chief econ...