If you tried to buy a home during the pandemic, you know the limited supply of homes for sale was a considerable challenge. It created intense bidding wars which drove home prices up as buyers competed with one another to be the winning offer. But what was once your greatest challenge may now be your greatest opportunity. Today, data […]Read More Is the Shifting Market a Challenge or an Opportunity for Homebuyers?
There’s a lot of noise out there right now about the health of the U.S. real estate market. While 2021 saw one of the busiest housing markets, predictions for what comes next seem to be almost exclusively negative in the press. Mortgage rates are rising, housing prices are still climbing, and a lack of new […]Read More 3 Important Real Estate Metrics to Watch
Real estate is about location, location, location . . . If you have questions about the market in your specific area, please contact me via email or call 619-888-2117. The three most prominent national market trends for residential real estate are the ongoing lack of abundant inventory, the steadily upward movement of home prices and year-over-year declines […]Read More Real Estate @ A Glance – March 2018 Edition
What lies ahead in real estate in 2017? Many clients have asked me what they should expect in the coming year(s). Real estate is a critical sector of the economy that affects buyers, sellers, renters, landlords and homeowners and there is always some uncertainty that occurs whenever a new administration comes into […]Read More What Lies Ahead in Real Estate in 2017?
Here is the most recent information on the San Diego housing market. For specific information on your neighborhood or a market analysis on your home, please send me an email or call me at 619-888-2117. Reportable Period :: FEBRUARY 2016:: SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® The primary story, both nationally and in local […]Read More Real Estate @ A Glance: March 2016 Edition
The U.S. real estate market made a robust comeback in 2013, surpassing expectations of many economists, as the combination of low inventories and historically low interest rates caused home prices to rise and even helped fuel bidding wars in some markets, surpassing the expectations of many economists. While positive trends, such as increasing home […]Read More 2014 Real Estate Prognostications