by Scott Murphy Year End 92009 Market Report for La Costa, Southeast Carlsbad It should come as no surprise that as of November 2015 Carlsbad real estate has taken a jump over the prior year–as have most homes for sale in San Diego. Prices for both homes and condos rose substantially at year end 92009
by Roberta Murphy Though we hear rosy real estate reports, the San Diego real estate recovery has proved to be an uneven one, according to a report in this morning’s U-T San Diego. As might be expected, North coastal San Diego County fared the best with Carmel Valley just 3.2% off its former peak price.
by Roberta Murphy The past couple of weeks have been full of buyers moaning about rising interest rates. A few fearful agents are even speculating the San Diego real estate market is going straight over the cliff. Hogwash! We were selling homes all over San Diego a few years ago when rates were 5 and
Once upon a time, in a faraway land called Texas, I looked at California home prices and thought they were nothing but a blippy bubble. How could their prices keep rising? Wasn’t it a state that was supposed to break off into the ocean and create an oceanfront town called Las Vegas? Well, numbers don’t
Carlsbad, CA–Home buyers often ask, “Where do you think the San Diego real estate market is headed in the next few years?” Our real estate license doesn’t come equipped with a crystal ball, but we have anecdotal indications that the market has bottomed and now DS News.com reports that the San Diego, Carlsbad and the San
by Roberta Murphy Carlsbad, CA— Real Estate on Rebound? There might be some small cause for celebration for owners of single family homes in North County with the news that median home values increased 1 percent from January, 2009 to February, 2009–from $361,250 to $364,900. And the reason that small increase might warrant at least
by Roberta Murphy How fares the Rancho Santa Fe real estate market? San Diego’s high end coastal North County is surviving the real estate storm fairly well at least compared to the rest of San Diego County. We’ve had a surge of buyer interest in Rancho Santa Fe real estate lately, and the folks at
by Roberta Murphy This article was written circa 2007, when the San Diego real estate market had started with a decline in home prices. Little did we know how serious the problem would become. The Encinitas Ranch home referenced eventually closed at a price near $800,000. Yesterday’s Union Tribune headlined a story about San Diego