Saturday, May 29, 2010
609 Rockledge St, Oceanside, CA 92054 | Listing Information | Oceanside Real Estate & Carlsbad Real Estate | Oliver Indra | San Diego Real Estate
Monday, May 24, 2010
My Realtor girlfriend and I decided to team up and host an open house in Coronado Island. We started the day early, preparing fliers, CMAs, and gathered all our signs and drove down to Coronado. Putting up all those signs off the highway can be dangerous, and got a fair amount of honking. Our open house took place from 1 - 4 on May 23rd at the Coronado Cayes, which is water front with a boat slip, patio with amazing ocean and marina views, and over 1500 square feet. We had a good showing, lots of clients with boats and residence in the neighborhood looking to get into a Coronado Cayes condo. After a job well done, we rewarded ourselves with dinner at the Coronado Boat House, right across the street from the famous Coronado Hotel.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Oceanside Home For Sale: Just Listed at $335,000 -349,000
JUST listed yesterday: great value for a single family home, with only 1 story, 4 miles from the beach, cute neighborhood! To see more pictures and description: http://theindras.prudentialcal.com/CA/Oceanside/92058/homes-for-sale/707-Chimney-Rock-Dr-49472528# To speak to the listing agents you may contact: Oliver and Melia Indra
760 681 9960
email@example.com DRE # 01857770
Friday, May 21, 2010
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Thursday, May 13, 2010
According to this Oceanside Weekly Real Estate Update, neighborhood 92054 in Oceanside, CA shows the market is currently strongly in the home buyers advantage zone. There are several months of inventory currently available for sale, buyers should find a variety of home types and prices to choose from.
In the whole city of Oceanside: This week the median list price of a single family home in Oceanside is $369,000 out of the 572 available properties for sale, they are averaging staying on the market for 120 days.
In just the zip code 92054 in Oceanside, the market is looking a different, with the median home price almost $200,000 higher than the rest of Oceanside, at $536,950 with 108 homes for sale. This smaller neighborhood has home sales EXCEEDING new inventory for several weeks. Watch the prices as the market continues to climb, if this market trend continues.
For more information, or a full report of Oceanside or other North County areas, contact us for a email version.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Median home prices rise in metro areas in first quarter
By Alex Veiga
LOS ANGELES — Home prices rose in nearly 60 percent of U.S. cities in the first quarter of this year, as the housing market started to stabilize thanks to billions of dollars in federal spending.
The median sales price for previously occupied homes rose in 91 out of 152 metropolitan areas tracked in the January-March quarter versus a year ago, the National Association of Realtors said Tuesday.
There were double-digit price increases in 29 cities — a sharp improvement from the fourth quarter of last year, when prices rose in about 40 percent of cities.
The tax credits — $8,000 for new buyers and $6,500 for current owners — helped gin up home sales this spring as many buyers raced to purchase a home in time to qualify before the incentives expired at the end of April.
Sales of previously occupied homes surged in March after a three-month decline caused in part by harsh winter weather.
In all, about 2.2 million households had used the first-time buyer credit as of late March at a cost of $16 billion, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
The Washington D.C.-based trade group credited the government incentives for generating about one million additional sales, helping to bring down the inventory of unsold homes.
"Without that tax credit, if we had an additional million unsold homes on the market, the inventory would be so out of whack that we would be seeing prices continuing to decline
Monday, May 10, 2010
San Diego Real Estate: "Pending Home Sales- Rises 5.3%"
The Los Angeles Times had an interested article about rising home sales this past March 2010.
"The improvement was attributed to the expiring home buyer tax credit. The National Assn. of Realtors' sales contract index showed increases of 12.7% in the South and 1.9% in the West. Supported by a tax credit, a pending home sales index rose a seasonally adjusted 5.3% in March and was up 21.1% compared with a year earlier, the National Assn. of Realtors said Tuesday.
"The index tracks sales contracts on existing homes and is considered a good indicator of actual sales, which are recorded a month or two later at closing. For March, sales contracts rose 12.7% in the South, 1.9% in the West and 1.2% in the Midwest. Contracts declined 3.3% in the Northeast from a month earlier. "Clearly the home buyer tax credit has helped stabilize the market," said Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the real estate lobbying group, in a statement. "In the months immediately following the expiration of the tax credit, we expect measurably lower sales."
To read the rest of the article, go to LA Times:
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Open house in the Windward Community "Harbor Cliff" in Oceanside, tomorrow May 7th from 2 - 5 pm.
Come check out the most desirable unit in the community, it is a two story end unit priced at $ 379,500.
For details about this unit or others, please contact local Realtors, Melia and Oliver Indra.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
We toured this Custom made home in Vista,CA and were so impressed! So many french doors leading to different outside areas, new kitchen with upgraded appliances, huge yard, great lighting, beautiful master with a contemporary bathroom. Check it out, we loved it and I think you will to. This home is listed in the 600's, feels like a million dollar home in rural vista.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Sunday, May 2, 2010
This community seems to have it all, a great elementary school calavera Hills Schooclose location to shopping and freeways, and my favorite aspect is the amazing hiking trails through flower fields, wetlands,
around a lake and what I've heard to be an inactive volcano. Yesterday we took our dogs on a hike to explore this area,
and we were not dissapointed. My husband, being from the Alps, had missed that feeling of being in the nature and the sense of quietiness.
We enjoyed that this area allows dogs, as our other favorite areas to walk, like Torrey Pines and on the beach,
doesn't allow you to bring your four legged friends. The views from homes surrounding the Calavera Hills is breathtaking,
no wonder that homes backed up on this view have thin metal rod fences that don't block the view.
I'd highly recommend this community, both the Carlsbad side, and the Oceanside side (that tends to be more affordable) to anyone who enjoys feeling like they live among nature.
For more information on homes for sale in this community, Calavera Hills, call me, 760 681 9960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org