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Foreclosures reach 7-year low!

According to San Diego’s Union Tribune, foreclosures dipped to a seven-year low last month as rising prices eliminated much of the distress in the local market. DataQuick reported 148 foreclosures in August, down from 516 in July, the lowest since August 2006.

On the default side, DataQuick said 537 notices were filed in August, up from 516 in July but still far below 1,216 in August 2012. Defaults typically are filed three months after an owner stops making mortgage payments and lenders move to foreclose an average nine months later. Thus the August defaults reflect distress going back to the spring and foreclosures apply to homeowners who fell on hard time in the second half 2012.

That said, declining default and foreclosures are now typical of what was occurring in the normal market form around 2002-2003 before prices rose rapidly and then fell back during recession from 2007. Those scary times have passed and San Diego’s real estate continues to prosper and head to a much stronger path!

If you have been thinking of buying or selling a home in San Diego we have the experience to get the process started! Please call today at 619-665-5360 or email Jason@metrosdrealty.com We would like to be your #1 resource for real estate!

 

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Foreclosure vs Short sale

According to CNN notices of default, scheduled auctions and back repossessions has decrease 23% from last year. The lowest it has been since 2007. Last month, banks repossessed around 44,000 homes compared to 100,000 houses a month back in 2010. There can be a number of reasons for such decline, but the progress could be attributed to the fact that many homeowners are looking for other alternatives rather than a foreclosure. Many have gone the route of doing a short sale, where the owner sales the home for less than what is currently owed on the loan and the difference is forgiven by the bank. A process preferred over foreclosure by many banks due to timing and the less negative impact on the customer’s credit.

If you think you are having trouble with your home payments and would like to know more information about short sales, we are here to help! There are many resources to help avoid foreclosure. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 619-665-5360 or email jason@metrosdrealty.com, we have extensive experience to make the process as smooth as possible.

 

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North Park Home Sales For February 2013

North Park, San Diego has had a great first week of February.  North Park home sales have continued to stay steady in making a come back in San Diego’s housing market. Below is the list of homes that sold in North Park, zip code: 92104, in the first week of February 2013.

 

Address

Bed/Bath

Sq. Ft.

Sold Price

3796 Alabama St # 214

1/1

378

$80,000

4031 Idaho St # G

1/1

576

$157,250

2852 Howard Ave

2/1

906

$380,000

3211 Herman Ave

3/2

1,152

$538,000

2852 Redwood St

3/2

1,750

$550,000

 

North Park had 5 home sales with an average sold price of $341,050 and an average square footage of 952 sq. ft.

San Diego real estate has repeatedly made progress in making a full recovery, and continues to show great numbers. North Park home sales have been great, and have displayed great hopes for 2013.

North Park home sales continue to be steady and now’s the time to find your new dream home in San Diego. Call today to start your search, 619.665.5360 or email me at Jason@metrosdrealty.com

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San Diego Real Estate Continues to Rebound

With the New Year off to a great start, the future only looks brighter for San Diego real estate.

We’ve been seeing headlines in the news about how San Diego’s real estate market and economy has performed. Over the last year we have seen some great increase in San Diego’s market.

The good news has been building slowly for some time, and the end of December 2013 in particular, was exciting to see so many positive headlines for San Diego real estate. Just a few that caught attention:

“Home prices show solid year- over-year increase,” in U-T San Diego.

“Builder confidence is rising,” on the National Association of Home Builders’ website.

“San Diego home prices are up,” on the San Diego Association of Realtors’ website.

“Mortgage rates continue to improve,” on the Mortgage News Daily website.

As we take a look back at the successes San Diego Real estate had in 2012, we couldn’t help but wonder what was in store for 2013. Now that we have marked our first month of the New Year, the market looks stronger then ever.

Now is the time to invest in San Diego property. Call today to start your search for the home you’ve always wanted 619.665.5360 or email me at Jason@metrosdrealty.com

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Downtown San Diego Real Estate Sales

Here is a quick look at the condos sold last week in Downtown San Diego.

Complex

Unit #

Bed/Bath

Sq. Ft.

Sold Price

Smart Corner

1605

0/1

466

$175,000

Acqua Vista

338

1/1

641

$175,000

Moto Villas

10

1/1

860

$237,000

Heritage House

103

1/1

861

$260,000

Trellis

601

1/1

780

$300,000

Porta D’ltalia

413

2/2

911

$330,000

Cortez Blu

1401

2/2

1,217

$490,000

Diamond Terrace

202

2/2

1,080

$498,000

Brittany Tower

402

2/2

1,646

$540,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

San Diego’s downtown real estate sales have continued to look great.

There were 9 San Diego downtown condo sales, with the average sales price of $333,888 and an average of 940sq. ft. Making an estimated average price of $355 per sq. ft in downtown sales of San Diego for this week.

 

Downtown San Diego’s real estate numbers have continuously been strong, and look to only keep rising in the real estate market. Looking for a realtor who knows all about Downtown San Diego real estate? Call me today at 619.665.5360 or email Jason@metrosdrealty.com

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San Diego’s Real Estate Sales Volume & Median Price Increase

When I was reviewing San Diego Real Estate on Dataquick I found this great chart showing the increase in the market for December 2012. San Diego’s increased not only in sales volume but in median price as well! Now is the time to invest in the home you always wanted.

Sales Volume
Median Price
All homes
Dec-11
Dec-12
%Chng
Dec-11
Dec-12
%Chng
 San Diego
3,311
3,757
13.50%
$315,000
$366,000
16.20%
Orange
2,572
3,070
19.40%
$400,000
$470,000
17.50%
Riverside
3,584
3,248
-9.40%
$194,000
$231,000
19.10%
San Bernardino
2,418
2,135
-11.70%
$150,000
$180,000
20.00%
Los  Angeles
6,591
7,198
9.20%
$305,000
$352,000
15.40%
Ventura
771
866
12.30%
$325,000
$370,000
13.80%
SoCal
19,247
20,274
5.30%
$270,000
$323,000
19.60%
Call today to start your search for the home you always dreamed of  619.665.5360 or email Jason@metrosdrealty.com
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California Marks Its Millionth Foreclosure

When I reviewed ForeclosureRadar, the report stated, on November 26, 2012, California recorded its millionth foreclosure sale since they began collecting the data in January 2007.California real estate market has made real progress towards eliminating some of the trillions of dollars in excess mortgage debt accumulated nationally during the bubble years. Rather than being the problem, foreclosures are part of the solution and have helped the California housing market make steady strides toward recovery.

Foreclosure activity continued to decline in December 2012.  California Notices of Default were down 14.5% from the prior month and down 39.8 percent for the prior year.  Foreclosure sales were down 22.3 percent from the prior month and down 47.9% from the prior year.

December 2012 California foreclosure inventory – including Pre-foreclosure, Scheduled for Sale, and Bank Owned (REO) inventories – fell 9.8 percent from the prior month and is down 49.6 percent compared to last year.

With the California housing market on the rise, this is a great time to go after the home you always dreamed of. Call today to get started 619-665-5360 or email Jason@metrosdrealty.com

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Another gain in the housing market and new construction

The rest of the economy may be barely moving forward, but there’s clearly some action in the housing market. New single-family home sales were up 5.7% for September and up 27.1% over a year ago.The seasonally adjusted annual rate of 389,000 units is the strongest sales pace since April 2010. The median sales price was $242,400, up almost 12% versus a year ago.145,000 new homes were on the market, a 4.5 months’ supply at the current sales rate, down from a record 12.1 months in January 2009.
Following this news, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Pending Home Sales index was up 0.3% in September after a 2.3% August decline. This measure of contracts signed on existing homes is up 14.5% over a year ago, posting the 17th month in a row of annual gains. The NAR’s chief economist feels that this steady year-over-year increase “is pointing in the right direction.” The FHFA index of prices for homes financed with conforming mortgages was up 0.7% in August, up 4.8% from a year ago, and up at an 8.9% annual rate the last 6 months.

What a difference a few years ago makes for San Diego housing market and the rest of the county. My business has seen a strong increase in interested buyers and sellers. When the time is right for you to move please remember to contact me at 619.665.5360

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Real Estate Finishing Strong and Starting Strong in San Diego

INFO THAT HITS US WHERE WE LIVE…It’s good to show your best face to the world as the new year begins (see Business Tip of the Week, below) and that just got easier to do. Last week’s Pending Home Sales index from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) went UP 7.3% in November, hitting its highest level since April 2010! And that earlier reading was artificially boosted, as buyers rushed to beat the deadline for last year’s home buyer tax credit.

The NAR’s chief economist commented, “Housing affordability conditions are at a record high and there is pent-up demand from buyers who’ve been on the sidelines….The sustained rise in contract activity suggests that closed existing-home sales…should continue to improve in the months ahead.” The S&P Case-Shiller index for October showed minor price drops in 19 of the 20 surveyed metro areas, but the index was UP 1.9% from its post-crisis low in March 2011.

Moving forward look for a huge increase of inventory hitting the market and that will have a negitave impact on home values however will spark a buying spree. So on one hand is bad for the market but on the other hand it is great.

To stay up to date on all San Diego Real Estate contact Jason Coriano at 619.665.5360 or email for more information Jason@MetroSDRealty.com

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Foreclosures and loan defaults fall to record low

San Diego County’s fitful pattern of distress continued through November, based on Monday’s report from a major real estate information company. Figures from DataQuick show the number of San Diegans who lost their homes to foreclosure has flattened, while default notices in the county dipped.

The data firm counted 666 foreclosures in November, down 0.1 percent from October and down 7.9 percent from a year ago. Last month’s tally is now the lowest since November 2007, when the county recorded 478 trustees’ deeds, which signal a home has been lost to foreclosure.


Meanwhile, 1,645 residents in November received default notices, which kick off the formal foreclosure process. That’s 14.4 percent lower than October and 0.9 percent lower than a year ago. The county saw a higher-than-usual blip of such notices in August, when they soared to 2,094. But default notices have since fallen to numbers closer to the one-year average of 1,593, DataQuick figures show.

Falling foreclosure or default numbers don’t automatically mean the distressed market is getting better. Drops could also be attributed to other reasons, including lender hold-ups and the effects of the robo-signing scandal, in which banks had reportedly employed workers who signed off on loan paperwork without proper review.

DataQuick analyst Andrew LePage said the short- to medium picture of distress still looks “very murky,” considering we don’t know how lenders are maintaining their inventories of homes. Another unknown is how many borrowers will complete the formal foreclosure process instead of taking alternate routes that include short sales and loan modifications.


What we do know: It took on average of 9.9 months for a home in California to be foreclosed on, starting with the notice of default, based on a third-quarter analysis by DataQuick. That’s up from 8.7 months in the third quarter of 2010.

We also know: The majority of current home-loan defaults are from four to six years ago, with the median at the third quarter of 2006, the most recent DataQuick numbers show. That’s been the case for almost three years, which shows lax rules in mortgage underwriting likely peaked during that time, the report added.

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