Monday, May 24, 2010

Realtor Melia Indra : Open House in Coronado Cayes

Check out my post - hosting an Open House with together with my Prudential California Realty co-worker and friend. We had a great time before, after, and during!

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Oceanside Real Estate Market Update: Market Trends for Single Family Homes in Oceanside 92054

According to this Oceanside Weekly Real Estate Update, neighborhood 92054 in Oceanside, CA shows the market is currently strongly in the home buyers advantage zone. There are several months of inventory currently available for sale, buyers should find a variety of home types and prices to choose from.

In the whole city of Oceanside: This week the median list price of a single family home in Oceanside is $369,000 out of the 572 available properties for sale, they are averaging staying on the market for 120 days. 

In just the zip code 92054 in Oceanside, the market is looking a different, with the median home price almost $200,000 higher than the rest of Oceanside, at $536,950 with 108 homes for sale. This smaller neighborhood has home sales EXCEEDING new inventory for several weeks. Watch the prices as the market continues to climb, if this market trend continues.

For more information, or a full report of Oceanside or other North County areas, contact us for a email version.

 

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Monday, May 10, 2010

San Diego Real Estate: "Pending Home Sales- Rises 5.3%"

San Diego Real Estate: "Pending Home Sales- Rises 5.3%"

The Los Angeles Times had an interested article about rising home sales this past March 2010.

"The improvement was attributed to the expiring home buyer tax credit. The National Assn. of Realtors' sales contract index showed increases of 12.7% in the South and 1.9% in the West. Supported by a tax credit, a pending home sales index rose a seasonally adjusted 5.3% in March and was up 21.1% compared with a year earlier, the National Assn. of Realtors said Tuesday.

"The index tracks sales contracts on existing homes and is considered a good indicator of actual sales, which are recorded a month or two later at closing. For March, sales contracts rose 12.7% in the South, 1.9% in the West and 1.2% in the Midwest. Contracts declined 3.3% in the Northeast from a month earlier.

"Clearly the home buyer tax credit has helped stabilize the market," said Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the real estate lobbying group, in a statement. "In the months immediately following the expiration of the tax credit, we expect measurably lower sales."

To read the rest of the article, go to LA Times: 

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-home-sales-20100505,0,7504300.story

 

 

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