This sold for $14,300,000 cash in March, 2015:
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Another video tour I did on behalf of a buyer. This house sold the first week on the market, and closed at $2,361,000 last July:
Another video for out-of-town buyers – it’s a virtual showing! This sale closed for $4,100,000 on 12/16/16:
A wild assortment of photos from long ago.
Bird Rock, 1930:
Solana Beach, 1928:
Rancho Santa Fe in the 1920’s:
“In 1965, a real estate developer stumbled upon a lush valley that combined natural beauty with perfect weather: and the vision for La Costa was born”. Everything except the top of the hill is covered with houses now:
I do video tours for out-of-town clients – it’s a virtual showing to help buyers decide if they need to get on a plane. If it’s a hot one, I’ll tell you:
It’s that time of the year – the 2017 forecasts are starting to roll out!
Zillow has been conservative about our local markets. For the most part, the actual appreciation of the Zillow Home Value Index has been higher than their forecasts over the last two years.
Their local forecasts for 2017 are all lower than their 2016 guesses, and what they are predicting could also be described as ‘Flatsville’. If their local forecasts of +0.9% to +2.2% come true, it would mean that several sellers would end up selling for less than they could have gotten in 2016.
Are we ready for that yet?
Local ZHVI-Appreciation Forecasts
The Zillow data changes slightly, depending on where you look on their website, and whether you use town names or zip codes. Here is the LINK to find others.
The coastline is very accessible around La Jolla Cove, if you can just find a place to park. I’ve been to the caves – to the left in cover shot below – by going through the Cave Store, but the kayak version looks exciting too.
This just closed for $9,700,000 – congrats Jonathan!