Sunday, November 13, 2011

San Diego, CA 92120 Housing Statistics Indicate a Declining Property Values Trend

When comparing the most recent 6 month period with the same period last year the median $/Sqft declined 9.5% and when comparing the most recent 6 month period with the same previous 6 month period the median $/Sqft declined 4.1%.  These statistics indicate a consistent and steadily declining property values trend. I also performed a spot comparison of similar sales over the past year.  The comparison confirmed the declining property values trend.

Based on the number of sales over the past 3 months there are currently 3.1 months of housing inventory, which indicates a balanced demand/supply trend.

The median marketing time over the past 3 months was 59 days which indicates a marketing time trend of less than 3 months.

According to the local multiple listing service, 33% of all sales over the past 3 months were bank sales or short sales which is an increase from the annual ratio of 27%. Agents do not reliably report bank sales and short sales and the actual ratios are likely higher.

Brian Ward
Brian Ward Appraisal
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office. (619) 630-9273
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