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When comparing to the last reading there hasn’t been much change, but the May 12th numbers were quite different – the number of actives today is now 15% higher, and pendings are 16% lower.

But it had to go in that direction. The March-May period has to be the hottest stretch ever recorded:

NSDCC Actives and Pendings

Town or Area
Zip Code
Feb 2nd
May 12
May 26
Jun 9
Jun 23
Jul 14
Cardiff
92007
11/16
9/12
10/11
8/14
10/11
14/7
Carlsbad NW
92008
17/19
19/30
19/23
20/24
21/23
18/24
Carlsbad SE
92009
9/38
19/60
13/57
19/49
21/44
27/42
Carlsbad NE
92010
1/12
5/13
6/13
8/14
7/15
8/19
Carlsbad SW
92011
2/17
8/16
4/17
4/19
11/16
12/24
Carmel Valley
92130
26/43
20/65
23/63
23/65
30/65
27/60
Del Mar
92014
43/13
34/26
34/26
32/20
37/19
42/12
Encinitas
92024
39/45
33/54
32/56
33/61
36/65
42/50
La Jolla
92037
101/46
82/40
87/47
88/48
88/41
89/38
RSF
92067
96/35
83/54
72/53
80/38
79/42
72/42
RSF
92091
3/7
1/6
3/6
1/3
1/2
Solana Beach
92075
11/10
6/9
7/8
12/6
14/10
17/12
NSDCC
All Above
356/294
321/386
308/380
330/364
355/354
369/332

We can also track the average market times too.  Any upward trends here would indicate market slowing:

We could get a nice flare-up of activity as the summer closes out, and it probably won’t be that obvious in these stats as the frenzy simmers down slowly over the next few weeks.

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