Archive for September, 2012

Jeff Was The Guy We Wanted Working For Us

posted on September 21st, 2012 | filed under: Uncategorized

When we decided to buy a home, we didn’t think we needed a real estate agent because a relative, who is a broker, was going to help us buy our first home which was going to save us money on our purchase.  When we stared our home search we went out on our own and were visiting open houses when we met Jeff.  Jeff told us about a client he was representing in a short sale situation and we were extremely impressed with his level of commitment, and willingness to fight for his client in what was a difficult transaction. We immediately knew Jeff was the guy we wanted fighting for us, so we decided to put our trust into Jeff.

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This Weeks San Diego Market Reports for: Carlsbad, Cardiff, Encinitas and Solana Beach

posted on September 7th, 2012 | filed under: Buying Strategies, Cardiff, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Good People, Loving the Lifestyle, NoCo SD Market Conditions, Solana Beach, Successful Selling, Uncategorized

September 7, 2012:  Here are the latest real estate market reports for North County Coastal San Diego including Carlsbad, Cardiff, Encinitas and Solana Beach.  These reports have great information about local home sales, housing inventory, median prices and days on market.

Follow these links to download the full report:

Here are some samples of the information you’ll find in these reports.  Updated weekly!

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Solana Beach (92075) Market Update for Week of September 3rd

posted on September 6th, 2012 | filed under: Buying Strategies, Loving the Lifestyle, NoCo SD Market Conditions, Solana Beach, Uncategorized

Market Update for Solana Beach, San Diego (92075):

The median list price in SOLANA BEACH, CA 92075 this week is $1,587,000.

Inventory is tightening and days-on-market is falling. The Market Action Index shows demand heating up. These are relatively bullish signs for prices.

Supply & Demand – Home sales have been exceeding new inventory for several weeks. While still a Buyer’s market, prices seem to have responded by moving upward. If the demand trends continue, expect prices to keep marching upward, especially once we see a Seller’s Market.

Price – Despite this week’s down tic, price trends in this zip code have generally been moving up lately. We are below the market’s high point, and we’ll investigate the Market Action Index later on to see if we expect this week’s blip to become a downward trend.

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Cardiff (92007) Market Update for Week of September 3rd

posted on September 5th, 2012 | filed under: Buying Strategies, Cardiff, Loving the Lifestyle, NoCo SD Market Conditions, Uncategorized

Market Update for Cardiff, San Diego (92007):

The median list price in CARDIFF BY THE SEA, CA this week is $979,000. The 9 properties have been on the market for an average of 73 days.

The Market Action Index has been trending down lately, while inventory and days-on-market are climbing. The trends imply a weakening market.

Supply & Demand – Inventory levels have been relatively consistent relative to sales. Despite the fact that there is a relatively high amount of available inventory, this Buyer’s market is still seeing prices move higher. Given inventory levels, these price conditions are relatively fragile. If the market cools off further, the price trend is likely to reverse.

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