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We saw how the La Jolla-to-Carlsbad region had experienced more listings between January and April, but fewer sales for the first time since 2006:

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Let’s break it down by area to see the hotspots.

New Listings and Sales Between January and April

(NL = New Listings)

Area
Zip Code
2015 NL
2016 NL
Chg
2015 Sales
2016 Sales
Chg
Cardiff
92007
43
52
+21%
26
24
-16%
Carlsbad NW
92008
105
97
-8%
53
53
0
Carlsbad SE
92009
288
267
-7%
153
128
-20%
Carlsbad NE
92010
66
62
-6%
42
50
+19%
Carlsbad SW
92011
116
143
+23%
63
78
+24%
Del Mar
92014
93
123
+32%
50
54
+8%
Encinitas
92024
240
263
+10%
152
124
-18%
La Jolla
92037
268
283
+6%
123
104
-15%
RSF
92067
199
226
+14%
69
48
-16%
Solana Bch
92075
43
50
+16%
36
30
-17%
Carmel Vly
92130
260
291
+12%
128
154
+20%
All Above
All
1,721
1,857
+8%
895
847
-5%

The areas that have had double-digit increases in new listings, and also had double-digit decreases in year-over-year sales percentages, are struggling a bit (in bold).  Cardiff and Solana Beach have such small sample sizes that their changes aren’t alarming, so it’s Encinitas and Rancho Santa Fe that stand out.

Any with a big decrease in sales are next on the list (SE Carlsbad and La Jolla).

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