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An Insider's Guide to North San Diego County's Coastal Real Estate
Jim Klinge, broker-associate
858-997-3801
klingerealty@gmail.com
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Encinitas, CA 92024
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Carlsbad, CA 92011


Posted by on Dec 19, 2018 in Jim's Take on the Market, North County Coastal | 2 comments | Print Print

Coma-Meter

Has there been much action this month?

Carmel Valley is hopping year-round, and SE Carlsbad, which has about 10% fewer homes than the CV, is active too.

Del Mar and Rancho Santa Fe?  Not so much.

Here are the number of houses currently for sale, and those that have gone pending this month, by zip code:

Current Active Listings and Pendings Since Dec. 1st:

Area
Zip Code
Actives Today
Pendings Since Dec 1st
Cardiff
92007
14
2
Carlsbad NW
92008
49
12
Carlsbad SE
92009
64
16
Carlsbad NE
92010
21
5
Carlsbad SW
92011
47
5
Del Mar
92014
79
3
Encinitas
92024
73
12
La Jolla
92037
192
12
RSF
92067+91
176
6
Solana Beach
92075
24
3
Carmel Valley
92130
71
20
All Above
All
810
96

January is going to be a quiet month for closings!

2 Comments

  1. Anybody capable of closing a $1.4m home is also savvy enough to run a SALT projection. I think that is having an outsized influence on buyers.

  2. But does having fewer deductions cause buyers to not buy?

    It could further stall the up-or-downsizers, but they were already struggling with making sense of a move.

    Renters who want to buy a $1.4M house are probably paying $5,000 to $8,000 per month to live in the neighborhood now. They are still going to buy, and might be our only potential buyers anyway.

    Assuming we still have buyers! 🙂

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