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The national existing-home sales in March increased by 3.7% over the previous month’s total, which makes sense as the spring buying season got rolling.

Nationally the March sales were down 6.3% year-over-year, and median price was down 5.9%.

How did we do locally?

To generate bigger samples, and to test out more of the tax-credit influence, these are the detached sales and pricing from March 1st to April 15th:

Town Zip 2010 2011
Cardiff 92007 8/$601 11/$416
Carlsbad NW 92008 22/$333 22/$313
Carlsbad SE 92009 88/$271 70/$257
Carlsbad NE 92010 12/$262 15/$233
Carlsbad SW 92011 21/$312 25/$297
Del Mar 92014 13/$781 20/$597
Encinitas 92024 44/$348 44/$335
La Jolla 92037 35/$658 39/$563
RSF 67+91 19/$463 33/$431
Solana Bch 92075 6/$442 6/$708
West RB 92127 52/$266 55/$273
East RB 92128 66/$281 59/$266
RP 92129 56/$286 43/$256
Carmel Vly 92130 52/$333 55/$345
Scripps Rch 92131 42/$281 40/$264
Total All Above 536/$342 537/$333
Total All SD Co. 2,759/$248 2,608/$239

Overall, our market is holding up well, in spite of no tax credit this year. SE Carlsbad, 92009 is still struggling, but sales are up sharply in the Ranch, and Carmel Valley continues to see strong sales and higher average pricing.

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