Homes for sale in San Diego are helping to improve San Diego real estate.

San Diego real estate growth outpaces the nation

San Diego leads the state in real estate growth. The median price of homes for sale in San Diego County county grew 6.3 percent in the last 12 months, according to the S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index. That’s above Los Angeles and Orange Counties, where home prices increased 5.9 percent during that time. Case-Shiller measures and compares big-city housing markets…

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Sotheby’s International Realty – Significant Sales – Volume I | Issue I

I am pleased to provide you with Sotheby’s International Realty – Significant Sales – Volume I | Issue I. From the company’s largest ever sale to date, the esteemed W.T. Waggoner Ranch in Texas, to a $10 million oceanfront masterpiece in California, this issue of Significant Sales also showcases homes from throughout the United States, Italy, Spain, South Africa and Canada.

Carmel Valley real estate could get a boost with a new, $1 billion proposed project.

One Paseo Project approved

The San Diego City Council approved the controversial One Paseo Project, which is expected to pave the way for more housing, retail and office San Diego real estate projects as development pushes further out. One Paseo had been stalled for years amid scaled back plans and mounting criticism of the massive office, commercial and retail project. Originally, One Paseo in Carmel Valley was a proposed 1.45 million…

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San Diego real estate breaks more records

San Diego real estate shows no sign of slowing down, just in time for the brisk summer selling season. San Diego real estate is the #5th “hottest” real estate market in the country in June, according to a new real estate report released last week. That’s up from the #8th “hottest” market out of the top 10 cities in the country in May. Real estate…

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Survey: San Diego real estate return is the longest in the country

On average, it takes four years to break even on a home in San Diego — the most time of any other metropolitan area in the country. That’s according to a recently released real estate study which examined San Diego real estate and found it takes a four-year break-even point before it becomes more financially advantageous to live in a home rather…

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