San Diego Housing Starts Slowly as Buyer’s Season Begins in March

Like the start of the year, the San Diego housing market is slowly beginning at the start of the peak buying season. The year over year was down 20 percent, but from a month-to-month standpoint, March increased its median price to $410,000 with 2,541 sales. This start is the slowest for San Diego since March 2009, but Southern California is having similiar issues – especially in Orange County and Los Angeles County. However, experts from University of San Diego and DataQuick both see the market to make a push as summer comes a little bit closer.

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Sales up, Prices down in San Diego County

  In February, the housing prices have decreased since the January to February month over month, however the number of sales for San Diego County real estate has increased according to a study put together by the San Diego Association of Realtors. Last month, the median price of a single family home in San Diego County was tallied at $470,000 …

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San Diego Housing Market Slowing Down

  According to the numbers released last Friday, February 7th, by the San Diego Association of Realtors, prices of San Diego County real estate in January stayed above the pricing that was posted in January 2013. However, there have been indications of a slowdown that would continue to tiptoe into a somewhat heated market in San Diego County according to …

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