What’s my Escondido Home Worth? Escondido Real Estate Market June 2020

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Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty of California, Inc. CA DRE #01490977

What’s the Value of my Escondido Home?

Escondido Home Sale in June 2020

 

California Center for the ArtsEscondido is an inland community in North San Diego County, about 20 miles from the beaches, depending on your route, and just east of San Marcos.

 

It’s important for buyers and sellers in the Escondido housing market to understand recent trends and current local market conditions in order to make informed decisions about buying and selling Escondido homes for sale.

 

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The following data are taken from the MLS (private sales are not included in these statistics, nor are multifamily properties, or mobile and manufactured homes). The data are believed to be reliable at the time this report was written but are not guaranteed.

 

A total of 186 homes sold in June, a significant increase by 81% from last month despite the pandemic, and a similar trend seen in other communities. Here’s the breakdown of activity.

 

Detached Homes Sold
163 (up 101%), 27 Days on Market, Average Sales Price $645,196 (down by 3%), Average sales price was 99% of original asking price

 

Attached Homes (condos, town homes) Sold
23 (up 10%), 19 Days on Market, Average Sales Price $363,304 (up 12%), Average sales price was 98% of original asking price

 

Home sales in June rose substantially, mostly due to the significant increase in detached home sales. The average sales price dropped slightly for detached homes, but rose for attached homes compared to May prices.

 

While buyers were able to negotiate an average of 1 - 2% off the original list price, over half (56%) of the home buyers paid full price or more for their homes, despite the pandemic, which is likely due to competitive bidding. 6% of the Escondido home buyers paid cash for their homes. Average marketing time was about the same for both detached single family homes and attached home sales, so buyers made decisions fairly quickly – 39% of the homes went pending in 1 week or less!

 

The MEDIAN sales price of the detached homes sold was $585,000 (down 3%), and $375,000 (up 5%) for attached homes compared to last month.

 

Escondido home

 

There were 14 Escondido homes on the market with a Contingent status (i.e., in some cases these are short sale or REO homes that have offers being considered by lenders but others are first right of refusals), compared to 16 last month; 4 are short sales and the rest are first right of refusals. These are included in the statistics below.

 

At the end of June there were 186 homes for sale in Escondido, down 8% from last month, the second decline. This represents an inventory of only 1.5 months for attached properties (dropping from 1.8 months last month), and 1.4 months for detached homes (down from 1.6 months last month), based on the current rate of sales over the last 3 months. Escondido remains a very strong seller’s market despite the pandemic.

 

In June 197 homes came on the market, 3 more than in May, despite the pandemic, and good news for buyers with 6+ homes listed per day. The number of homes going pending dropped modestly from May, from 192 to 175, but still signs of an active housing market during the pandemic.

 

I am happy to provide more information about current real estate activity in the Escondido real estate market, specific zip codes, and neighborhoods that interest you, and answer any questions about the current market conditions, as well as to assist you with the purchase and/or sale of a home in Escondido.

 

Please contact me at (760) 840-1360 so we can find the best time to get together and discuss your particular housing needs, lifestyle, and budget, then plan a strategy for you to buy your new Escondido home in 2020!

 

And if you are planning to sell your home, I will provide you with a market value and equity analysis, and discuss your timing and plans so we can create the right strategy to get your home sold quickly and for the best price, terms and conditions.

 

Be aware there are specific recommendations in place to help keep everyone safe for showings, and some new procedures as the result of the SIP Order that impacts the buying and selling process in our area. I am happy to share information with you and answer any questions about what this means for buyers and sellers, and what to expect when buying or selling a home in today’s housing market.

 

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Comments (6)

Grant Schneider
Performance Development Strategies - Armonk, NY
Your Coach Helping You Create Successful Outcomes

Hi Jeff Dowler, CRS - this looks like a healthy market for both attached and detached.  Just need more inventory.

Jul 24, 2020 08:20 AM
Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD
ViewHomes of Clark County - Nature As Neighbors - Camas, WA
REALTORS® in Clark County, WA

How you doing, Jeff?  Looks like things are moving and as Grant says, more sellers need to jump in the game. It's a good time for new adventures. D 

Jul 24, 2020 09:00 AM
James Dray
Fathom Realty - Bentonville, AR
Exceptional Agents, Outstanding Results

Morning Jeff.

Why do you think about the upswing in the amount of homes on the market?  Are people moving out of CA., or just moving up?

Jul 25, 2020 01:14 AM
Myrl Jeffcoat
Sacramento, CA
Greater Sacramento Realtor - Retired

Escondido home buyers and sellers are sure to value your real estate market report, Jeff!

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