This has to be the most Zillow views we’ve had on a listing during the first day on the market.
Between the two copies of the video tour (one is non-branded), there have been 159 views.
The house has been shown four times in person. Housing is essential for some.
Everyone is a looker though. Are people willing to buy? It is a humble environment now.
An update on two of the homes featured here that garnered multiple offers. As expected, they sold for well over their list price. This one got $51,000 over the top of their price range:
This one had 20+ offers, and sold for a whopping $190,100 OVER LIST PRICE!
The fully-renovated, one-story homes are HOT!
Plus let’s also include this old classic in Olde Carlsbad that sold for $30,000 over list price, or $773/sf in an area that has averaged $539/sf over the last six months:
We noted how there aren’t many of the newer one-story houses for sale.
When they do hit the open market, they tend to blow out – three of the last four sales of this 2,100sf plan in Santa Fe Trails in Carlsbad have sold over list price. The previous high sale of this model was $1,100,000 in 2018, so they listed this one on the range $1,125,000 – $1,150,000, figuring they could get a little more:
Four days later they opened escrow for $1,225,000 cash, and closed three weeks later!
I have to hand it to Brett and team in their preparation of this 1975-built home in Solana Beach. The flooring was removed downstairs, and they added a heavy epoxy paint to the exposed-concrete, which gave it a trendy-hip look to go with the colorful formica in the kitchen:
The list price is $1,850,000, and they already have four offers!
Link to Listing
Richard was the listing agent in 2014 when Tamara’s clients paid $620,000 for this 1,296sf Encinitas house built in 1974. At the time, it was tenant-occupied and in its previous condition – I dubbed it a ‘light fixer’:
They put in the work, and listed it last week for $879,900 – here’s what happened: