San Diego Real Estate Market: News, Trends, Forecasts 2020 | 2021

June 25, 2020

San Diego Housing Bubble? 4 Reasons it Won’t Crash 2020 | 2021

San Diego Housing Bubble? 4 Reasons it Won’t Crash in 2020 | 2021

After the housing market crash in 2008, many homebuyers and real estate investors have been wary of another looming housing bubble. That fear and cautiousness are entirely understandable: the 2008 crash caused housing and rent prices to drop by 40%, and 10 million Americans lost their homes from foreclosures.

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June 25, 2020

San Diego Real Estate Market Forecast For 2020 | 2021 (Trending)

San Diego Real Estate Market Forecast for 2020 | 2021 (Updated)

Most home sales experts are predicting a slump in San Diego home sales in 2020. However, with a growing economy and an increasing number of homes for sale, it could be a great window of opportunity for home buyers ready to purchase a property.

Here’s a Quick Summary:

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June 22, 2020

5 San Diego Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2020 | 2021

5 San Diego Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2019 and 2020

People who live in San Diego already know what a great city it is. There are jobs, lots of things to do, and the beach. However, those preparing to move here or buy a home here need to understand that there are changes coming in 2020. Some are good and ...

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June 13, 2020

Released: San Diego Real Estate Market Statistics (June 2020)

Released: San Diego Real Estate Market Statistics 2020 | 2021

Here are the latest San Diego real estate market statistics, always updated in real time, and dating back from January 2004, until the end of last month. 

From top to bottom you will see:

  • Median Sales Price

  • Median Percent of Original Price

  • Median Market Time

  • Median Active Market Time ...
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June 13, 2020

5 San Diego Real Estate News Stories to Read in 2020 | 2021

5 San Diego Real Estate News Stories to Read in 2019 (Voted Top Read)

San Diego is looking good for 2020, although the changing economy will also have an impact on how properties are developed, their availability and residents' migration. The overall consensus is San Diego County will remain stable, even though some are predicting an economic downturn within the next three years.

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