San Diego County Real Estate - La Mesa and El Cajon Real Estate 
San Diego Real Estate

Market update -- Through December 2017, San Diego County sales volume for homes has decreased about 6.4% from the prior year.  Median prices for homes through December are up about 8.45% in San Diego County and we continue to see prices increase as inventory continues to be very low. Median sales prices for condos, during the same time, are up about 11.5%. 

Foreclosures, while continuing as part of routine activity when someone has difficulty with their mortgage, are extremely low compared to activity during the 2008-2013 timeframe.  We have had a clear upswing in real estate values in Southern California and San Diego specifically over the past 3-8 years. Investors have retreated from the market considerably, and remain a smaller percentage of the home buyers, and investors were likely a major reason for driving prices higher over the past 3-6 years.  Interest rates have risen about 3/4% over the past year (interest rates have varied over the past 12 months and still remain near historical lows), and while we have seen a decrease in sales volume, inventory shortage has caused concern throughout this past year.  Data mentioned herein is reflective of the whole county, and by region, and each zip code in San Diego County has various individual statistics.  If you would like information on a particular zip code or neighborhood details, call me or e-mail me and I would be pleased to forward to you that information. Whether you have a question about San Diego in general, or any community in the San Diego area, or the San Diego East County, including El Cajon, La Mesa, Spring Valley, Lemon Grove, Lakeside or Santee, or the Eastern communities of the city of San Diego, I would be pleased to assist you. HOMEOWNERS: If you have an underwater loan(s) and you are considering a short sale due to a valid hardship, please call me. I may be able to help.  BUYERS:  Pricing, while it has moved up quite a bit, continues to be slightly lower compared to 2008 in some areas, and interest rates, as stated, are still low compared to the last 40 years.  OPPORTUNITY CONTINUES TO KNOCK!  AND THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL NOT LAST FOREVER.

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Roger W. Roberts
Roger W. Roberts