April Real Estate Market In Review

April’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of April 2017, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $569,000, up 6.4% from the previous year.

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As of  April 2017, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $377,000, up 7.7% from last year.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 39 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 32 days on the market.

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As of April 2017, the average seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 97% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

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As of April 2017, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.9% of the original list price.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is very tight and not predicted to dramatically improve.

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The supply of attached properties is also quite low.

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March Real Estate Market In Review

March’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of March 2017, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $565,000, up 6.3% from the previous year.

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As of  March 2017, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $375,000, up 7.6% from last year.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 34 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 28 days on the market.

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As of March 2017, the average seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 97% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

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As of March 2017, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.8% of the original list price.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is very tight and not predicted to dramatically improve.

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The supply of attached properties is also quite low.

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February 2017 Real Estate Market In Review

February’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of February 2017, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $573,000, up 6.1% from the previous year.

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As of  February 2017, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $385,000, up 10% from last year.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 40 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 29 days on the market.

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As of February 2017, the average seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 97.5% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

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As of February 2017, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.6% of the original list price.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is very tight and not predicted to dramatically improve.

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The supply of attached properties is also quite low.

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January Real Estate Market In Review

January’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of January 2016, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $555,000, up 4.7% from the previous year.

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As of  January 2016, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $375,750 , up 6.9% from last year.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 47 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 37 days on the market.

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As of January 2016, the average seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 96.4% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

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As of January 2016, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.1% of the original list price.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is very tight and not predicted to dramatically improve.

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The supply of attached properties also continues to decline.

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December Real Estate Market in Review

December’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of December 2016, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $572,690, up 7.6% from the previous year.

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As of  December 2016, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $365,000 , up 3.7% from last year.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 45 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 37 days on the market.

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As of December 2016, the average seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 96.3% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

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As of December 2016, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.1% of the original list price.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is very tight and not predicted to dramatically improve.

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The supply of attached properties also continues to decline.

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San Diego Real Estate Report: November 2016

November’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of November 2016, the median detached home in San Diego County sold for $567,000, up 5.6% from the previous year.

As of  November 2016, the median attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $374,000 , up 6.9% from last year.

The average detached home in San Diego spent 37 days on the market.

Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 31 days on the market.

As of November 2016, we are in a seller’s market. On average, a seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 97% of the original list price at the close of the sale.

As of November 2016, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.6% of the original list price.

The inventory of homes in San Diego County is still low, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is tight and also that late fall and winter are not the preferred time for sellers to list their homes.

The supply of attached properties continues to decline.

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San Diego Real Estate Report: June 2016

June’s San Diego real estate market in review: As of June 2016, the average detached home in San Diego County sold for $550,000, up 4.8% from the previous year.

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As of June 2016, the average attached home (including condos, townhomes, and twinhomes) in San Diego County sold for $360,000, slightly above last month.

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The average detached home in San Diego spent 38 days on the market.

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Condos, twinhomes, and townhomes in San Diego spent an average of 34 days on the market.

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As of June 2016, we are in a seller’s market. On average, a seller of a detached home in San Diego County receives 96.9% of the original list price at the close of the sale, slightly above the previous month.

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As of June 2016, the owners of attached properties (condos, twinhomes, and townhomes) retained 97.3% of the original listing price, the same as last month.

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The inventory of homes in San Diego County has gone slightly down, which is consistent with what we know that inventory is tight.

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The supply of attached properties continues to decline.

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