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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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The following two charts are from FinestExpert.com and show the current price trends for average listing price and a histogram showing the price ranges of the available e-bedroom homes for sale.   If you have a specific area you would like to know about the market trends or the price ranges of av...
03/25/2011
Carmel Valley / Torrey Hills Real Estate Report for March 23, 2011 (sales in last 30 days) Carmel Valley Single Family Homes Carmel Valley Homes for Sale: 230 Carmel Valley Months of Inventory: 2.95 Carmel Valley Average Home Price $1,176,068 (sold) and $1,322,010 (active) Carmel Valley Homes Sol...
03/22/2011
Some days you just have to make yourself a target.  Today is one of those days. I don't know about you, but I never quite got the concept of inclusionary housing.  What exactly is the point of a developer trying to create an upscale neighborhood only to be forced to include a certain percentage o...
02/26/2011
Your apparent risk as a borrower may dramatically affect the interest rate you have to pay.  To a lender, there are three key risk components: 1. Credit rating - this is your personal history demonstrating your responsibility.  The higher your score, the more trustworthiness you have demonstrated...
02/09/2011
The higher the risk, the more costly the loan. Are you considered high risk? As a borrower, your risk is adjudged based on your credit rating - typically referred to as your FICO score. The lower your score, the higher risk you appear and vice versa. This year, the the risk based pricing chart (A...
02/09/2011
La Jolla real estate.  What a great collection of beautiful properties.  I have been visiting open houses in La Jolla this last month, introducing myself to the area agents and most have been appreciative of the statistics and loan scenarios I have provided for their listings.  There are a lot of...
02/06/2011
What I like about ActiveRain is the community, which today has grown to 200,000 members. What is that saying it 200,000 real estate professionals are doing it, then...  :-) Actually, there are many more blogs that tout the great value of ActiveRain.  Please post your favorite AR benefits links in...
01/17/2011
Your clients may trust you and possibly even like you, but unless they are serious, then there's a good chance they're not going to do business with you - at least not at the moment. So how do you separate the serious customers from those just kicking the tires, and how do you convert the prospec...
01/04/2011
In the following article, Gary White points out some simple truths about renting vs owning and identifies potential in the current market, whether your are looking at San Diego real estate or anywhere else in the country.The Rent versus Owning is a question that has no simple answer. It is based ...
12/31/2010
It was standing room only at Church this evening for Christmas service.  Now, if we could just wrap and package that dedication, joy, and hope then truly the world would be a much better place. We came home, had a hot-buttered-rum (with and without the rum depending on age) and watched "Christmas...
12/24/2010
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The San Diego Real Estate Housing Market tends to lead the nation's real estate activities. This blog looks at current activity and trend data, 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 San Diego 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