osidebuyer wants a report on the lower-tier homes.
In Oceanside the cheapie SFR foreclosures have dried up, and there’s been an incremental YOY increase in $/sf pricing, with the lowest up about 15%, with those over $400,000 being flat.
Here are the first half detached sales counts by price range, and their average $/sf:
|Oside||Under $200K||$201-$300K||$301-$400K||Above $400K|
|2009||141, $144/sf||259, $183/sf||281, $192/sf||146, $233/sf|
|2010||38, $165/sf||179, $202/sf||263, $209/sf||184, $232/sf|
What used to buy a house in O-side two years ago, now gets you a condo with a $318/mo HOA fee: