Selling Your San Diego Home: Tips for 2013
At this time of the year, many of us are thinking of our income taxes. Filing returns with the IRS is often stressful and tiring. However, selling your house doesn't have to be!
By Dawn Boquet, San Diego Real Estate Advisor
You need real estate professionals to take the headaches and hassle out of selling your home. How can we help? First, we'll sit down together and discuss your individual situation.
Next, we'll evaluate the right marketing plan to reach your goals. In today's real estate market it's a tremendous advantage to create a complete, individually tailored marketing plan for every home.
When you're ready to proceed, we'll get started with the marketing of your home. There are many things we do to find buyers, including creating special feature flyers for your home, holding open houses, developing advertising, exposing it to other salespeople, and more. Download Tips on Selling Your Home!
Selling Torrey Hills Homes
In San Diego, North Coastal city of Torrey Hills the real estate market is hot. If you are looking to sell your Torrey Hills home contact us for a free market evaluation. This will give you recent sold properties in your neighborhood and a snap shot at what we think your home will sell for. Call us today 858-481-1402 or email email@example.com for a free brochure on Tips on Selling Your Home.
Housing Prices Back to Parallel with Income Levels
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Real Estate Market Update...
San Diego econ index jumps record 1.9% download
Improvements in home construction and employment indicate recovery is picking up steam By Dean Calbreath, UNION-TRIBUNE Originally published March 31, 2011 at 12:39 p.m., updated March 31, 2011 at 5:23 p.m.
San Diego's leading economic indicators jumped by their highest level on record last month, driven by an improving job market and a pickup in home construction, the University of San Diego reported today. "February’s record gain suggests a pickup in the pace of the local economic recovery, which has been slow," said USD economist Alan Gin, who compiles the local index of economic indicators for the university's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. But Gin cautioned that the county still has a long way to go to before it returns to pre-recession norms. Even though the job market has added 23,000 jobs since hitting bottom in January 2010, it is still has roughly 100,000 fewer jobs than at the beginning of the recession. Here are how the six leading indicators performed over the last two months (today's report includes January, which was delayed as the state recalculated employment data): Home construction. Building permits for residential units more than doubled in the first two months of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010. But that's a relatively low bar to hurdle, since 2010 was one of the worst periods on record. Unemployment. First-time claims for jobless benefits hit their lowest point since September 2008. The jobless rate dropped to 10.1 percent in February - or 10.0 percent after adjusting for seasonal trends, including the layoffs of temporary workers hired to handle holiday sales and year-end inventory management. For the first time in nearly two years, it seems that San Diego may be on the verge of returning to single-digit unemployment. Hiring. Online job postings in February hit their highest level since November 2008, according to an index maintained by Monster.com. There were pickups in hiring in nearly every industry, including particularly strong increases for business and financial operations, computer and mathematics, life and social sciences and arts, design and entertainment. A Monster.com report released today shows that the upward trend continued in March, except at a slightly slower pace. Consumer confidence. Local consumer confidence continued to rebound during the first two months of the year, despite higher gas prices and a stubbornly high unemployment rate. Starting this month, changes in the national index of consumer expectations will be used to approximate local consumer confidence, because the Union-Tribune discontinued its local polling in January. Stock prices. As of February, local stock prices advanced for seven consecutive in a row. National economy.The pace of national economic growth is slowly accelerating, with the GDP growing at a 3.1 percent annualized rate in the fourth quarter, up from 1.7 percent in the second quarter and 2.6 percent in the third quarter. But economists speculate that the pace may slow down, because of rising fuel prices as well as some supply line disruptions related to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Real Estate Report March/April 2011 get your free report here.
Economic Data from January 2011 get your free report here
San Diego Home NEWS
Rent vs. Buy in this market
It's all about the numbers, right? If you are renting and have a steady income, you might want to consider buying.
One of my favorite resources on analyzing renting versus buying click here
After you carefully consider your budget, costs, net worth, and financial growth goals it is time to look at properties on the market. You can view our website for available properties in all price ranges to see what kind of house you can get for your money. You next step to seek professional help in viewing the property before considering making an offer. At first, it may seem intimidating because of the initial cost of buying a home, remember the big picture and also realize millions of people own property, and you can do it too.
Economic News for October click here.
Sacramento Bee California REALTORS® forecast slight rise in 2011 home sales
Sales of existing, single-family homes are expected to decline slightly in 2010 compared with 2009, but are forecast to rise slightly in 2011, according to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ (C.A.R.) “2011 California Housing Market Forecast.” Meanwhile, the median price of homes in California is expected to increase both in 2010 and 2011 compared with the year prior.
MAKING SENSE OF THE STORY FOR CONSUMERS
Following near record-high levels of year-over-year sales increases, home sales are expected to decline 10 percent in 2010 compared with 2009, according to the C.A.R. forecast. C.A.R.’s economists predict home sales will increase 2 percent in 2011 compared with 2010.
-Home sales are expected to end the year at 492,000 units, compared with 546,500 in 2009. C.A.R. forecasts sales will come in at 502,000 units in 2011.
-The median sales price is forecast to increase 11.5 percent to $306,500 for 2010, and an additional 2 percent in 2011 to $312,500, C.A.R. announced.
-According to C.A.R. Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young, the Association expects a net jobs increase of approximately 1.4 million jobs in California for 2011 and an improvement in unemployment figures, which many believe are key to the economic recovery.
- Ms. Appleton-Young also noted that a lean supply of available homes for sale will drive up prices at the low end ($500,000 and less), but larger inventories and limited, less-attractive financing will cause continued softness at the high end of the market ($1 million and more).
Read the full story: http://www.sacbee.com/2010/10/05/3080072/california-realtors-forecast-slight.html
In Other REAL ESTATE News…
Los Angeles Times Prices rise for homes in foreclosure or sold by banks
Prices for homes either in foreclosure or sold by banks rose in the second quarter, according to a real estate group, underscoring competition in the market for distressed properties and the degree to which the mortgage crisis has spread to more affluent neighborhoods. Read the full story: http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-foreclosures-20100930,0,6114536.story
Los Angeles Times College-student housing presents investment opportunities
It's not free of risk and is far more management-intensive than conventional multifamily properties, but student housing has a long history of growth and stability. Read the full story:http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-student-housing-20101003,0,1425837.story
Mercury News Congress holds conforming loan limits at nearly $730,000
Congress has extended a policy that allows homeowners in pricey real estate markets to secure government-backed mortgages of nearly $730,000. Read the full story: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_16215740
Wall Street Journal Serious delinquencies fall for fifth month in a row
Fannie Mae said serious delinquencies on single-family mortgages slid in July from June, the fifth-straight month of declines, further signaling that home-loan problems were on the downswing.
Read the full story: http://blogs.wsj.com/developments/2010/09/30/serious-delinquencies-fall-for-fifth-month-in-a-row/
Wall Street Journal A new way to cut a mortgage
Some homeowners who already have refinanced into low-interest-rate mortgages are using a little-known strategy to make their monthly payments even smaller. Called "recasting" or "re-amortizing," the strategy allows a borrower to lower the monthly payment on an existing fixed-rate home loan for a small fee without having to apply for a new loan and without having to pay reappraisal and other fees. Read the full story: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704791004575520313350677180.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_sections_realestate
New York Times Refinancing into shorter loans
Grim headlines about the housing market can make that final mortgage payment seem like a distant dream. But a growing number of homeowners are refinancing into shorter-term mortgages designed to make the dream become a reality sooner. Read the full story: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/03/realestate/03mort.html?_r=1&ref=realestate
USA Today Lack of title insurance could slow sales of foreclosed homes
Foreclosed homes could get harder to buy now that one of the nation's largest title insurance companies has stopped insuring titles to homes foreclosed by JPMorgan Chase and GMAC Mortgage. Read the full story: http://www.usatoday.com/money/economy/housing/2010-10-01-boa-delays-foreclosures_N.htm?loc=interstitialskip
Prices to Skyrocket if Rates Stay Low for Two Years | LinkedIn linkedin.com/today/post/art…— JohnBurns Consulting (@JBREC) March 18, 2013
Torrey Hills Homes, by Dawn Boquet
The real estate market in recovering and showing positive signs of trending value increases. Home sellers have been holding on to property, waiting for this value increase over the last five years.
We are seeing more homes coming on the market today, with pricing we haven't seen since 2007, close to the high set in 2005.
View all homes in Torrey Hills for sale here
Torrey Hills Homes
Torrey Hills is a community in San Diego with great schools, close proximity to shopping, the beach, and fine dining.
Many families enjoy the parks and a great sense of community in Torrey Hills. The real estate values in Torrey Hills have risen in 2012. Here is a comparative market analysis for fourth quater 2012. This CMA will be a great look into 2013 home prices.
Prices to Skyrocket if Rates Stay Low for Two Years | LinkedIn linkedin.com/today/post/art…— JohnBurns Consulting (@JBREC) March 18, 2013
San Diego real estate prices are often influenced by the city's economics. Investors were given great news last week from Standard & Poor's high triple "A" rating (see release below). If you are looking to invest in real estate in San Diego there are still great deals to be found. We will see prices contiue to go up as the market has been gaining momentum. This will bring more sellers out to sell there homes, creating more opportunities for buyers. Some of our most popular area's are: La Jolla, Coronado, Downtown, Carmel Valley, Mission Hills and Pacific Beach.
Re-Print below from San Diego Treasurere
For Immediate Release: Contact: Tanya Aldaz Duggan
November 21, 2012 Phone: (619) 557-4166
San Diego County Receives Highest Credit Ratings for Investment Portfolio!
Standard & Poor’s Awards County Triple "A"
San Diego, CA… San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister announced today that Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has reaffirmed its triple "A" (AAAf) and "S1" ratings of the County of San Diego’s Investment Pool. The credit ratings are the highest granted by Standard & Poor’s.
"We know Standard & Poor’s carefully analyzes the portfolios they rate and we are proud to receive their highest credit rating for the 12
th year in a row," said McAllister. "It is an honor to receive this credit rating in the current economy. It demonstrates the hard work, commitment and due diligence our team performs daily to manage the investment pool for the taxpayers of San Diego County."
The San Diego County Investment Pool peaked at more than $7.2 billion in April, 2012. The pool is managed for maximum return, while safeguarding principal and maintaining liquidity on behalf of 42 school districts, five community college districts, the San Diego Regional Airport Authority and 48 other special districts and municipalities in the County.
The Treasurer’s investment team has over 103 years of investment experience collectively and adheres to the strict investment policy guidelines adopted for the pool each year by the Board of Supervisors. A 10-member oversight committee comprised of county officials, school district officials, a special district official, and five public members also review and approve the investment strategy annually. To maintain accurate ratings, S&P actively monitors the Pool’s investments on a monthly basis. S&P currently rates more than 400 fixed-income funds in the U.S., including 68 local government investment pools.
San Diego Real Estate Market is recovering. It has been a slow recovery and many home owners are still holding out for a full recovery before they dare put their home on the market.
Market prices are very localized and the differential of pricing in zip codes exists. In the luxury real estate market this is especially true. Some homes were made to sell others were made to enjoy. The seaside street of Neptune in La Jolla, offers dramatic ocean views coupled with a great surf spot called Wind and Sea beach. You can find homes from 10 million to under 3 million all on the same street. The size, view, offerings, and material construction all go into calculating value. We are experts at helping home sellers determine the "current market value" of their home and we can share with you after a property review and consultation at your home the market value of your home. We are full time real estate brokers. We work all day every day with local San Diego home sellers and buyers with local San Diego luxury real estate. You can go to this link and set up an appoint with us directly http://www.search-sandiegorealestate.com/listing-services/
We found this recent artile interesting... so, we are sharing it with you here below.
Reprint from Yahoo Finance:
The positive momentum for the U.S. housing market continues Tuesday.
U.S. home prices rose 1.3% in the third quarter versus the second quarter and jumped 3.2% from the same period in 2011, according to Zillow's latest Real Estate Market Report.
The quarterly gain marks the fourth consecutive month of rising home values and the best uptick in prices since the housing slowdown began in March 2006.
"Nationally, the housing market is on the mend," says Zillow's chief economist Stan Humphries in an interview with The Daily Ticker. "We are actually seeing not only a pretty strong performance in home values but also a consistent performance now."
While home prices are up 3.2% on the year, Humphries expects growth to moderate next year. The real estate Web site predicts home values will increase 1.7% over the next twelve months because of the high number of homeowners who are underwater on their mortgage.
Even though home values continue to rise nationally, it will remain an uneven recovery for some time, notes Humphries. It's all dependent on the market. For example, home prices are up in large metros like New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Miami but are down considerably in areas like Atlanta and Philadelphia.
"Real estate has always been very local" except during the housing crash when most markets were in decline, says Humphries. "But now I think the local dynamics are really reasserting themselves."
Many political battleground states were also in the red last quarter, including New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.
"It is stunning to me how little we are talking about housing in the presidential election," says Humphries. "I think part of it is because while we are seeing some good news on the housing front overall."
Humphries says the housing market is still down 21% from its peak, one reason why the president may not be talking about housing as much as he could be. Moreover, because Obama has pursued centrist housing policies, it makes it difficult for the Republican candidate Mitt Romney to tout policies that very conservative, says Humphries.
Of the 252 markets that the Zillow Home Value Forecast follows, 183 have already "hit bottom" and 41 more are expected to hit a low point in 2013.
"[Overall] it's been a long time since we've seen a housing market this good," Humphries adds.
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We all know the real estate market is priced to sell as a whole. Finding the right property can be a challege. We here at Search-SanDiegoRealEstate.com are here to help you through the process. We have helped people who couldn't afford their "dream" home a few years ago... and now they can... we help sell your current house and get you into that affordable dream home. We have also been a resource for those needing to relocated. If you have curiosity about moving up during this real estate down turn and if you you have a little equity... don't be afraid to move up... let's talk about those numbers, get a hold of us... email us here.
Specifially today, we want to share with you, why is it worth it right now to buy a home... if you are renting.
As we look at rent or buy... please plug in your numbers to the NY Times calculator below, great tool.
In this example if your are spending $2900 a month in rent. It would be better for you to buy a $550,000 home for six years. You will spend less money in six years if you buy a home. After six hears, if you buy, your equity grows even more and it becomes even better for you.
Torrey Hills, a community of San Diego with great schools, freeway close, beach close, with shopping, parks, and everything a growing family desires and more.
The real estate in Torrey Hills has been relatively stable, in comparison to other areas of San Diego county. The decline in values has not been as steep through the recession because of the quality of the location and lifestyle the community provides.
People come to buy Torrey Hills real estate because of the award winning schools, the small community feel and the short travel time to work, beaches, shopping, entertainment, sports, etc. As a professional realtor in Torrey Hills, I have been in Torrey Hills for over a decade and know the area and its offerings well.
Don't hesitate to contact me with questions about your Torrey Hills home or Torrey Hills real estate, I am here to help. If you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell Torrey Hills real estate contact me directly 858-461-1402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When looking to buy a home in Torrey Hills there are a few considerations to keep in mind:
- -quality of the neighborhood
- -schools servicing the neighborhood (elementary, middle and high schools)
- -proximity to the important things for your family (commute time, friends and family, beaches, activities, sports, etc.)
- -size and offerings of the home (bedrooms, bathrooms, yard, views, etc.)
Selling a Torrey Hills home in this market requires a commitment to be great. In todays market, buyers are not settling for second best. It's no secret that the clean, shiny car, is the first one off the lot. Selling a home in today's market the seller can get top dollar by doing the right things, right. Here are some tips in selling your Torrey Hills home in 2012:
Stage your home for success. We offer complimentary staging for our sellers to help maximize buyer appeal and seller proceeds. It is not enough these days to put a sign out front and put a home online for advertising... buyers expect more... we will help you every step of the way to make this easy for you to sell your home in todays market.
Curb appeal. First impression has great impact on the sale of a home. When a potential buyer drives up to your home for sale, the first impression should match the pictures and appeal the buyer felt when seeing the professional photos of your home online. We have years of experience on making your home make a great first impression, contact us for a free consultation, we are here to help.
Your key to Torrey Hills real estate success! We have enjoyed being in Torrey Hills for over a decade. We are offering our services to help you buy or sell your next Torrey Hills home, we have years of experience and we are local! There is a reason why other chose local realtors to help them with their real estate, nothing can replace experience and expertise in the neighborhood. We live here, we work here, we have raised our children here and hope to have our grandchildren here too!
San Diego real estate investment projections
You make money in real estate...Is it when you buy? Or, is it when you sell? This question can be confusing, however the importance of making the right decisions when buying is the key to investment success. The research below from SmartZip shows San Diego outperforming the market for future returns by 17%. The San Diego real estate market is priced very well and there are some great deals right now. In real estate you have probably heard the three most important factors being... location... location... location... Well I disagree, a little... I believe it’s also a matter of timing. I worked with a couple a few years ago after looking at homes to purchase for several weeks, they finally found the perfect home for them. The house was updated, in a great neighborhood with great schools, ocean views from the master bedroom and outdoor balconies. However, the couple decided to wait, because they thought the market would go down in price. That house went into escrow within a week of my clients walking away. There hasn't been a home in that neighborhood on the market since that day. My clients are regretfully renting and still looking and hoping something will come on the market as good as that house, the one they feel in love with. They regret not taking advantage of buying the house they loved at that time it was available. I believe this market has made buyers a little fearful. They are afraid of the market going down further. They don't realize, this IS a down market. We are at the bottom of the well, looking up. And some read all the hype on line about the enormous amount of shadow inventory coming on the market.. giving the impression there will be hundreds and thousands of homes to choose from and certainly another would come on the market for even less. I hate to be the bearer of bad news... but sometimes, especially if it's a great house in San Diego... they just don't come on the market and sometimes it’s for years and years... If it’s a good deal on a great house in this market, my advice... jump on it!
HomeScore uses a scale of 1 to 100, and all properties nationwide are stack-ranked such that 50 is the
Properties that score above 50 are expected to outperform the market, while those that score below 50 are
expected to underperform. In general, a score between 35 and 65 is considered a “good” investment.
HomeScore applies proven stock and bond analytics to a comprehensive set of real estate investment attributes
spanning home price trends, economic and government factors, school quality, community demographics,
rental market and lifestyle.
These analytics compute expected appreciation, cost of ownership and projected return on investment upon
sale of the property in 10 years, and adjust them for expected risk associated with volatility of home prices in
Mortgage and other expenses are based on SmartZip’s automated valuation of the property’s fair market
value (“AVM”). The property’s expected sale price in 10 years leverages SmartZip’s projections of home-price
appreciation in the property’s neighborhood.
How to Buy San Diego Distressed Homes for Sale
San Diego housing market is on sale. If you have been writing offers on homes in San Diego, you probably have learned it is competitive. A lot of people now realize it is a great time to buy and many more every day are contacting us to get started in our buyers program.
The buyers program will set you up to automatically receive property updates of new homes on the market, price changes, and other property details absolutely free. Once you see a property you would like to write an offer on, we set up a showing and an offer writing appointment with you... this also is free. What's the catch? There is no catch. We are licensed agents with the state of California and are paid by contract through the sellers agents shared commissions. We have helped many people buy homes successfully and we can help you too.
If you are looking to take advantage of the economic down turn in housing prices, San Diego real estate has homes you can buy today. The process is simple. First, contact us for a list of homes available today. We can help you through the process and we can
help you write offers on these homes.
Just yesterday Warren Buffet told viewers of CNBC to buy housing for investment. Below is an exerpt from the interview.
RE-PRINT OF BUFFET INTERVIEW ON CNBC 2/27/2012
would say the single-family homes are cheap now, too.
Yeah, single-family homes— but if I had a way of buying a couple hundred
thousand single-family homes and had a way of managing— the management is
enormous— is really the problem because they're one by one. They're not like
apartment houses. So— but I would load up on them and I would— I would take
mortgages out at very, very low rates. But if anybody is thinking about buying a
home— five years ago they couldn't buy them fast enough because they thought
they were going to go up, and now they don't buy them because they think they're
going to go down. And interest are far lower. It's a way, in effect, to short
the dollar because you can— you can take a 30-year mortgage and if it turns out
your interest rate's too high, next week you refinance lower. And if it turns
out it's too low, the other guy's stuck with it for 30 years. So it's a very
attractive asset class now.
you are a young individual investor at home and you have your choice between
buying your first home or investing in stocks, where would you tell someone is
the better bet?
Well, if I thought I was going to live— if I knew where I was going to want to
live the next five or 10 years I would— I would buy a home and I'd finance it
with a 30-year mortgage, and it's a terrific deal. And if I— literally, if I was
an investor that was a handy type, which I'm not, and I could buy a couple of
them at distressed prices and find renters, I think that's— and again take a
30-year mortgage, it's a leveraged way of owning a very cheap asset now and I
think that's probably as an attractive an investment as you can make now. But I
think equities are very attractive compared to anything else.
Real estate, land and homes, are one of San Diego's greatest assets. The land in San Diego, with its famous beaches (Coronado, La Jolla, Carlsbad, Del Mar, etc.), warm climate, and quality lifestyle, bring great value to the property in the city and surrounding areas. During the recession property values decreased (2009) and are still low today. As the national and local economy recover, the land value in San Diego is likely to go up in prices as well. The City of San Diego is once again financially stable and will have a surplus of funds this year. The city will be restoring services that were cut during the recession (library hours, fire infrastructure and police).
Mayor Jerry Sanders released a statement (here) this week stating:
"After years of cutbacks, we see the light at the end of what has been a very long and dark tunnel," Sanders said. "The city’s decades-long structural budget deficit is history." Sanders’ announcement accompanied the release of the annual Midyear Budget Report, which projects a surplus of $16.5 million over the approved budget for the fiscal year ending June 30. A portion of the surplus comes from revenues being higher than anticipated when the budget was completed in June. This recovery of revenue from recessionary lows is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, warranting the targeted restoration of services in the police, fire, library and park departments. Plans for this spring the mayor announced on Thursday include: Increasing operating hours at all 35 branch libraries in the city by an additional four hours per week, bringing every library up to 40 hours per week. Adding five hours per week to operations at all of the city’s 55 recreation centers. Adding 15 more cadets to the next police academy for a total of 35 cadets in the academy. Funding a new fire station alert system that connects the city’s 47 fire stations with the dispatch center, to replace the badly outdated 20-year-old system.
If you or someone you know if looking to buy or sell real estate in San Diego, contact us. To view all real estate, homes and land available on the market, go to our site to view. We are here to help you every step of the way with San Diego real estate, don't hesitate to contact us with your questions.
Del Mar Real Estate Market Up Date
The median single family home price as of February 12 2012 for DEL MAR is $1,832,462.
It's important when trying to pricd the market to look at homes sales (recent) in the area you are looking to buy or sell. In this post, we are looking specifically at Del Mar real estate. It is also important to look at San Diego county economic data. This can be found monthly from the University San Diego Economist, Alan Gin produces a monthly economic report view it here.
Comparative Market Analysis January 2012-February 18, 2012
|2775 Montego Cv||92014||3||2||1712||1970||769,999||693,300||1/27/2012||90.04%||83|
|15033 Caminito Ladera||92014||3||3||2660||1985||825,000||775,000||2/6/2012||93.94%||160|
|445 Camino Del Mar||92014||2||2||896||1955||895,000||750,000||1/11/2012||83.80%||772|
|4611 Vista De La Tierra||92014||4||3||2889||1977||945,000||945,000||1/31/2012||100.00%||57|
|14120 Bahama Cv||92014||3||3||2433||1969||950,000||932,500||2/8/2012||98.16%||24|
|715 Avocado Place||92014||4||5||3948||1990||1,139,000||1,100,000||2/3/2012||96.58%||389|
|14286 Recuerdo Dr||92014||4||4||3293||1987||1,749,900||1,900,000||1/30/2012||108.58%||8|
|12930 Via Esperia||92014||2||3||2950||1974||1,850,000||1,785,000||01/13/2012||96.49%||18|
|2037 Coast Blvd||92014||3||3||1887||1975||1,949,000||1,900,000||2/9/2012||97.49%||107|
|2105 Balboa Ave||92014||3||3||2607||1988||2,395,000||2,280,000||01/03/2012||95.20%||13|
|1345 Via Alta||92014||3||3||2322||1953||2,795,000||2,400,000||1/23/2012||85.87%||37|
|1701 Grand Ave||92014||4||4||3488||1983||4,295,000||4,150,000||1/6/2012||96.62%||186|
|1255 Luneta Dr||92014||4||6||4657||2008||4,700,000||4,375,000||01/30/2012||93.09%||11|
|BD||BA||SQ.FT||LIST PRICE||SALES PRICE||% OF ASKING||DOM|