For quite a few months now I have been sharing with anyone that would listen that the residential real estate market in North San Diego County has changed. It is vibrant, positive and on the move. Things are Selling and Buyers are out looking hard. NSDCAR HomeDex shows year-over median single-family detached homes in North San Diego County increased 21.67% from April 2009 and North County attached homes increased 22.46% from a year ago; making nine straight months of rising year-over prices.
If you have been looking at any type of property in Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Solana Beach or Del Mar you know first hand what I am talking about. Via this Blog and my Market charts (click market trend charts on my website www.RobDennyHomes.com) I try to keep you right up to date on the action. On May 11, the San Diego Union Tribune ran a front page article confirming claims of the last year. This area is currently tops in the country in appreciate and movement.
If you want up to the moment pulse of what is happening in the coastal market this is the place to check...right here! I am in the trenches doing the front line work. This effort later becomes the meat of the article that was printed in the Union encapsulating the last time period. To truly keep up read here and the news articles. You need both to be well armed in this market. If I can help call, 858-504-0449 or email RobDennyHomes@gmail.com with the zip code(s) you are interested and I will send you up to the most current charts. I can also send you the most current listing reports from the MLS, just ask!
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