Sorry! For you "A" type personalities that need a graph, I don’t have an Oxnard Homes For Sale graph for you; simply because I tend to provide information in a way that it works for me. It’s not that I can’t make a graph it’s just that when it comes down to this kind of information all I want to know is what the bottom number is. So I narrowed it down for everybody.
Here you go:
There were 134 Oxnard residential closed sales in March 2011. That compares to 149 in March 2010. Of those 134 sales in March, 26 were all cash (That’s right folks; some people still have money to spend). The least expensive all cash residential purchase in March 2011 was $85K. The most expensive was $975K. This compares to 43 Oxnard Homes all cash sales in of the 149 sales in March 2010 of which the least expensive was $78K and the most expensive was $3,550,000.00 (Yes, I’m serious, three million five hundred fifty thousand dollars… and I wish they had been my client).
So, what does this mean to the average Jean? It means that these buyers had the resources to take advantage of some of the best Oxnard Home deals on the market. They happened to be all cash buyers. But that doesn’t mean you need all cash to get a good deal for an Oxnard Home. Contact me to help you find the best deals on the market. If you have cash, that’s good. If not, be pre-approved and ready to make a deal. Either way you should call me, you’ll be glad you did!