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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San Francisco, CA, January 7, 2010 by FinestExpert.com - In a national housing market fueled by tax credits, some areas hit bottom in early 2009 - at least for entry level housing. Multiple-offers and bidding wars continue in these areas despite an ongoing use of strategic defaults, notices of d...
I have previously observed in this blog that, at least in San Diego, home prices have been increasing, mainly due to the first-time homebuyer tax credit driving demand for the entry level market. In an article published by DSNews, they report New Research Shows Annual Home Price Increase of 5% t...