Foreclosures in the San Diego real estate market are down.

Foreclosures in San Diego at record lows

The housing market in San Diego has turned yet another corner – the number of foreclosures in San Diego fell to an all-time post housing recession low in September. Lenders foreclosed 121 businesses and homes in San Diego County last month – the lowest number of foreclosures since before the housing market collapse in June 2006, when there were 109…

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Real estate in San Diego makes it a great place to live, including this La Jolla real estate for sale.

Study: San Diego ZIP code 92121 ranks tops

There’s no doubt San Diego is a great place to live, but the area’s 92121 ZIP code is getting some extra attention: It’s not only one of the best ZIP codes in San Diego county, but the sixth best in the nation, according to San Diego real estate data compiled by real estate blog Movoto.com. Movoto used a U.S. Census…

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Homes for sale in San Diego are at record levels.

Real estate in San Diego dips in September, but real estate experts remain optimistic

The dizzying pace of real estate in San Diego is cooling off. The price of real estate in San Diego is leveling off, falling to near historic averages in September after years of double-digit, record breaking home prices that catapulted San Diego real estate to the #1 spot for most improved home appreciation year-over-year. The median price of homes for…

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Property taxes on San Diego real estate expected to increase

San Diego real estate owners should soon receive their 2014-2015 property tax bills in the mail – and they may be higher than last year’s. Property taxes could spike as much as 20 percent for some San Diego real estate owners this year. The increase is coming in part because there are an additional 2,758 taxable parcels on property tax…

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Strong San Diego real estate market in San Diego improves apartment rental vacancies

San Diego real estate report: Rental rates to rise by record numbers by 2019

Get ready for sticker shock if you’re searching for rentale real estate in San Diego County. Over the next five years, rents are expected to increase nearly double the amount they did during the previous decade, according to rental forecasts by CBRE, a commercial real estate company headquartered in Los Angeles. The numbers are sobering, considering the median housing price…

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