Real estate in San Diego

San Diego real estate price gains hit two-year low

Home appreciation slid to a two year-low last month as the median price of homes for sale in San Diego fell to $430,00 in November — the lowest gains reported since June 2012. Month-to-month, home gains are down but the decline is smaller when compared year-to-year. Median home prices were down 2.2 percent from October but up 3.6 percent from…

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Real estate in San Diego County

San Diego real estate experts predict strong 2015

Get ready for an even stronger San Diego real estate market in 2015. That’s according to 2015 forecasts by Realtor.com and Trulia, which found that while the days of investor activity dominating San Diego real estate are largely over, price gains and demand will remain strong amid a growing economy in the new year. The forecasts predict the market will…

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San Diego ranks fifth in nation for million dollar home sales

The record breaking pace of luxury homes for sale in San Diego helped the region climb to the #5 spot in the country for million-dollar-plus home sales during the third quarter, according to a real estate report by Redfin. Redfin data found 293 residential sales were recorded in the $1 million and up range from July-September in San Diego, with…

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San Diego real estate prices are up.

Default notices climb,but foreclosures in San Diego remain low

Default notices, which trigger the foreclosure process, ticked up last month, but still remain at historic lows for real estate in San Diego.  Lenders filed 474 notices of default in October, up 12.4 percent from 398 notices filed  in September, according to the latest CoreLogic DataQuick figures. Default notices are the first step in the foreclosure process and are typically…

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Luxury homes for sale in San Diego are among the priciest in the country.

Median prices on real estate in San Diego dips, appreciation up

The median price of a home for sale in San Diego fell to $440,000 last month, down from $445,000 in September, according to CoreLogic DataQuick real estate figures. While median prices in San Diego County have fallen, yearly appreciation has not. It increased from 5.5 percent in September to 6.6 percent in October as home fell during the same period…

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