A tour of one of the typical 1980’s built tract homes in a gated community near Fairbanks Ranch. A nice way to get into the Rancho area for someone who doesn’t mind doing their own improvements. This sold for $1,161,000 in April:
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A somewhat-remodeled single-level home in La Jolla’s gated Windemere community with virtually no yard, an interesting pool, and virtually right on the tennis courts. This closed for $1,110,000 in April:
One of the better rebuilds in the Covenant – just sold for $3,550,000:
This 3br/2ba, 1,930sf house listed for $1,399,000 originally, but closed for $1,250,000 in March after 38 days on the market. The tax assessor loves these long-time owners turning over – the previous tax value was $172,330!
More comments on the slowdown, plus a geyser:
Richard’s new listing hits the open market on Thursday, and it is stunning. Re-designed and rebuilt from the ground up over the last eleven months (with permits), virtually everything is brand new. A ten-year warranty too!
Four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, and 2,421sf with commanding ocean views from both levels. New roof, HVAC, decks, siding, flooring, and kitchen! $1,575,000 – open house 11-2 on Saturday, May 19th.
Klinge Realty CA DRE #01388871 Richard Morgan (619) 200-3844.
My new listing is west of the I-5 freeway at 801 Kalpati, unit F, in Carlsbad.
Top-floor single level penthouse with soaring ceilings and panoramic ocean views from the family room, kitchen, master suite! Hardwood floors, numerous skylights, stained glass windows, extra-large master bath with three closets, plus multiple ocean-view balconies for your morning coffee!! Two-car garage too. Home is located on the furthest west end of Windsong Cove – the best location of the whole complex! There have been nine sales on Kalpati between $660,000 and $699,900 over the last two years!
LP = $699,000-$739,000
Open 12-3pm on Saturday, May 12th!Zillow listing
Sellers will be reluctant to lower their prices just because rates went up, so what do higher rates mean for home buyers?
Let’s take a minute and a half and logically review the actual differences in payments when rates go higher: