Here are the Market Reports for September 2022 for 11 North San Diego County communities. And here’s the same summary market report for August in North County in case you missed the overview.
While there were a number of changes in our local housing market in September 2022, each community is different.
The statistics in these market reports are derived from the MLS. The data are believed to be accurate when these reports were compiled, however, this information is not guaranteed.
Understanding current and local housing market conditions benefits you when making purchase and sale decisions. Additionally, preparing market reports enables me to better assist buyers and sellers with their planning and decisions.
Local market conditions impact buying and selling because of supply and demand. Supply and demand affect time on the market, competition, and sales prices compared to list prices.
It’s commonly said that real estate IS local!! You know…Location, Location, Location! As a result you cannot believe what you see in the media headlines! Media reports are far too general, ignore current local conditions, and are typically not up to date. How can THAT be helpful to you?!
LEARN MORE – Real Estate is Local, but HOW Local?
Each buyer and seller situation is unique. I’m happy to share insights on what local market conditions mean for YOUR personal situation, timing, budget and decision-making. This information can be specific to the market segment that’s your interest – zip code, neighborhood, size of house, price range.
Is the Carlsbad housing market of particular interest to you? If so, the September 2022 Carlsbad market report is here.
The other individual market reports for 10 other North County communities are on my ActiveRain blog. You can view them here (links to my ActiveRain blog home page). You’ll also find articles about real estate matters, North County neighborhoods, things to do, and general information.
CLICK on the individual market report links below for the September 2022 statistics for each community. September was fairly busy for buyers, sellers, and agents. And we saw some shifts in average prices, inventory, and sales volume from August. However, keep in mind that while there were some general trends, the market for each community was different.
Please reach out at (760-840-1360) to discuss your personal housing needs, budget, and real estate decisions you hope to make. We can also talk about reasonable expectations for buying and selling in this shifting market.
Things have improved for buyers, other than interest rates. However, the housing market continues to favor sellers overall given the supply and demand. There are important issues to consider, including planning your offer strategy, or deciding on list price if you are selling.
Are you planning to sell and also buy? There are particular challenges due to timing and coordinating both transactions if this is your need, and plan.
NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY MARKET REPORTS
NEXT STEPS FOR BUYERS & SELLERS
Please reach out to me directly or by text at (760) 840-1360 with your questions. If you prefer you can email me at JeffDowlerSolutions@gmail.com. I’m happy to have a detailed conversation about your personal real estate situation and goals.
Do you want information about your local housing market, or have specific questions? Let’s talk about the market!
If you plan to buy a home I will guide you through the home search and purchase process.
Are you interested in what your home may be worth in today’s market? I can help with that information, too. Just ask me!
NEED TO GET PRE-APPROVED?
Do you need to get pre-approved for a loan? If so, I’m happy to share contact information for several lenders I know personally. You can decide who to call. You likely know a pre-approval for a loan is essential, unless you have cash (many people don’t). Furthermore, a pre-approval will let you know your purchasing power. The market continues to shift and it’s important to know what you can truly afford before touring properties and making an offer.
Furthermore, sellers and listing agents will expect written proof you are financially qualified with your offer.