Strong activity from buyers reeling from higher home prices in Central San Diego are boosting home values in eastern and southern areas of the county.
There, median price sales rose 9.3 percent from October 2014 to October 2015 --- the fastest-growing sub-region in the county in...
It’s no secret San Diego rentals are among the highest in the nation. But how do the city's rent prices compare with the rest of the nation? A study of the 50 largest cities in the U.S. found San Diego ranked 18th place for the highest rentals,...
San Diego real estate continues to break records. A six-month review of real estate in San Diego from January to June by real estate tracking firm CoreLogic shows the housing market is thriving in the county -- surpassing year-long records. Real estate in San Diego...
The San Diego real estate market is a gold mine for sellers but not so much for buyers, a new study has found.
A study by online real estate firm Zillow found San Diego’s housing market is one of the worst in the nation for buyers...
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...
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by Liz Coden
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...