San Diego Home Sales Drop
The San Diego Association of Realtors latest report for San Diego single-family home resales for the month of November were down by 25% when compared to November 2014! Also, condominium and townhome sales were down by 24% from October but on a year-to-year basis were actually up!
Now, as far as the San Diego median single-family home prices, they were up 10% in November compared to October’s median home price. It looks like San Diego home prices are on track to finish the year up approximately 6% over 2014! Read more
Drone Snow Mt. Laguna 4k
Video taken with a drone of snow on Mt. Laguna. First snow fall of the Fall season on Mt. Laguna, California. This video is in 4k Resolution, so if your computer or TV can handle it by all means change the settings to 4K for the best detailed playback.
I’m using my Yuneec Typhoon Q500 G model with a Gopro Hero4 camera shooting in 4k at 30fps. Read more
2016 San Diego Real Estate
2016 San Diego real estate forecast. I’d like to say that I’ve been in the residential real estate business for over three decades! But, I am certainly not an economic forecaster or financial advisor. What I am, is a California real estate broker. So, my forecast here is obviously my best guess of what might transpire in San Diego real estate 2016.
Many factors affect the economy as well as the residential San Diego real estate market. So, just use this opinion as just that, one broker’s opinion. Before making a decision whether to buy or sell San Diego real estate one should consult with their own accounting and/or financial real estate advisers.
I’m not going to go over the points that I made in my forecast in this video. What I am going to say is that I feel that in today’s climate it is extremely risky to use San Diego residential real estate as a speculation to enhance your financial portfolio. Read more
Gains in new home construction and existing home sales are both expected to push total home sales to the highest levels in years. The new home construction market is expected to see the most gains in 2016, with Realtor.com® forecasting a 12 percent year-over-year increase in housing starts and a 16 percent year-over-year growth in new home sales. The gains in existing home sales are expected to be more moderate, with expectations of a 3 percent year-over-year gain.Total sales for existing and new homes are expected to reach 6 million for the first time since 2006 next year. Read more
Real Estate Thanksgiving
The S&P 20-city composite rose 5.5 percent year over year in September, compared with consensus estimates for a 5.2 percent rise.
In San Francisco the September home prices increased at the fastest pace, up 11.2 percent on the year, this was followed by Denver and Portland, Oregon, which turned in gains of more than 10 percent! All 20 cities surveyed reported higher prices than a year earlier. Read more
Affordable Housing for Generation Y
Really track came out with data that shows the most and the least affordability housing markets for members of generation Y which were those born after 1980 in the US. And to no one’s real surprise counties in California and New York took the top five spots on the least affordability for housing market. Read more
San Diego residential trash cans
In 2008 the city of San Diego stopped replacing these trash cans for free.
The blue recycle trash cans are still free from the city.
If you need a new black garbage can is going to cost you $70.
The black city trashcan as an approximate 10 year lifespan. Read more
Veteran’s Day -Tribute to the American Soldier
America Thanks You !!!
Thank you to all those who have served. We give thanks to all the brave families of our Veterans.