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Real Estate @ a Glance: November 2013 Edition

November 8, 2013

Here is the most recent information on the San Diego housing market. For specific information on your neighborhood or a market analysis on your home, please send me an email or call me at 619-325-4192.

OCTOBER :: SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

Attached Homes

  • Total Sales Volume: $335,142,955 = 24.38% higher than one year ago
  • Average Sales Price: $355,024 = 15.892 % higher than one year ago
  • Average days on the Market: 49 Days = -39.506% lower than one year ago

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Detached Homes

  • Total Sales Volume: $1,207,240,704 = 8.966% higher than one year ago
  • Average Sales Price: $633,390 =  18.399% higher than one year ago
  • Average days on the Market: 49 Days = –33.784% lower than one year ago

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The following graphic charts San Diego County’s market data for Active, Contingent and Pending listings over the last year.

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NOTE: The data below is for SEPTEMBER.  Please refer to this CAR link to get updated numbers as they become available.

  • Existing Home Sales: 412,880 = -2.6% higher than one year ago
  • Median Home Price: $428,810 =  24.4% higher than one year ago
  • Median Days on the Market: 29.6 days = -24.5% lower than one year ago
  • California Housing Affordability Index: 36% = 15% lower than one year ago

San Diego County market statistics provided by CAR and SDAR.

For up-to-date information on the market, please contact me.

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