Real Estate Appreciation 2015
Top 10 cities for real estate appreciation in 2015
In a recent Realtor report it was forecast that there would be a widespread real estate recovery in 2015.
In a few weeks I’ll publish a post that talks about not only the majority view of the real estate market for 2015, but also my personal Outlook for the 2015. San Diego real estate market.
Now, I’d like to note that this recent Realtor report also predicted what the best real estate markets in the United States that are indicating above average potential appreciation in 2015. Read more
S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price
The latest Case-Shiller results show that home prices continue to decelerate. The 10-City Composite gained 4.8% year-over-year, down from 5.5% in August. The 20-City Composite gained 4.9% year-over-year, compared to 5.6% in August.
The National and Composite Indices were both slightly negative in September. Both the 10 and 20-City Composites reported a slight downturn while the National Index posted a -0.1% change for the month. Charlotte and Miami led all cities in September with increases of 0.6%. Atlanta and Washington D.C. offset those gains by reporting decreases of 0.3% and 0.4%. Read more
SDSU area large Townhome Rental 3Br+Fam Rm – 2.5Ba
Rental amount just reduced! Now, just $2,190 per month on a one year lease. Credit & employment check required. Show by appointment only.
$2,190/mo, 3Br+FamRm/2.5Ba Townhouse, 1802 sqft.
U.S. Home Foreclosures
In a report just out by RealtyTrac®, shows that U.S. foreclosure activity in October increased by 15 percent from September, but still down 8 percent from a year ago. The October monthly increase was the largest month-over-month increase since U.S. foreclosure activity peaked in March 2010.!
Home foreclosure auctions increased from a year ago in 29 states, including Oregon (up 399 percent), North Carolina (up 288 percent), New Jersey (up 118 percent), New York (up 89 percent), Connecticut (up 60 percent), Nevada (up 53 percent), Alabama (up 41 percent), Washington (up 36 percent), Indiana (up 36 percent), California (up 19 percent) and South Carolina (up 18 percent). Read more
San Diego Townhome for rent
3BR+Fam.Rm/2.5BA Townhouse – San Diego
3431 Mission Mesa Way, San Diego, CA 92120
$2,190/mo Ready for 12-1-14 move in.
Bob Schwartz, Real estate Broker CALic.#00706331 | www.brokerforyou.com | 619-286-5604
Year Built: 1984
Sq Footage: 1802 sqft.
Bedrooms: 3 Beds
Bathrooms: 2.5 Baths
Lease Duration: 1 Year (See Details Below)
Pets Policy: Cats & Dogs OK
Laundry: In Unit
Property Type: Townhouse
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San Diego County Residential Real Estate Market Analysis
©2014 By Mark A. Melikian California Certified Residential Appraiser email@example.com P.O. Box 3051 Del Mar, California 92014 858-793-9339
The following is a market data summary of detached and attached properties as reported by the San Diego County MLS system. The data includes all zip codes in San Diego County. * All 2014 data in figures 1 through 4 will be projected based on market data taken from January through September as reported by the San Diego County MLS system. All projections discussed in this analysis will be updated throughout the year in subsequent quarterly reports.
San Diego Real Estate Market Overview:
The data provided analyzes residential real estate sales beginning in the year 2000, which is used as the base year. The number of sold listings in San Diego County peaked in 2003 at 42,746 units and decreased through 2008 to 23,972 units. *The 2014 projection shows the total number of units sold for the year will be 33,105 (see figure 1).
California Pending Home Sales
California Home Sales August 2014
Keep in mind, that pending home sales are forward-looking indicators of future home sales activity, and as such, provide a good basis for calling the future direction of the real estate market.
Here in California, pending home sales fell for the fifth straight month in the latest report for August. Read more
San Diego Little Known Facts
Even though I’ve been living in San Diego for quite a long time, it seems there are always new facts to learn about our fine city.
Historically home to the Kumeyaay people, San Diego was the first site visited by Europeans on what is now the West Coast of the United States. Upon landing in San Diego Bay in 1542, Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo claimed the entire area for Spain, forming the basis for the settlement of Alta California 200 years later. Read more