The Lawhead Teams would like to share the latest from the California Association of Realtors® HomeDex Report about single family attached homes in San Diego:
The North San Diego County median-priced single-family attached (SFA) home increased 2.13 percent, to $380,450 in May 2014 from $372,500 in April 2014.
Non-North San Diego County SFA home median price fell 2.36 percent, from $317,500 in April 2014 to $310,000 in May 2014.
North San Diego County SFA median price jumped 20.78 percent year-over, compared to $315,000 in May 2013, the 28th month of year-over price increases.
Non-North County SFA median year-over price increased 5.89 percent, compared to $292,750 in May 2013.
San Diego County SFA home median price increased 0.45 percent, to $335,000 in May 2014 from $333,500 in April 2014. Year-over county median price increased 9.84 percent compared to May 2013.
The median number of days-on-market for North County SFA homes sold remained at 14 days in May 2014. The average number of days-on-market fell to 29 days in May 2014, from 34 days in April 2014.
The number of sold SFA units decreased 13.85 percent in May 2014 from April 2014; the number of sold SFA units in non-North County Zip Codes decreased 5.38 percent in May 2014 from April 2014.
Year-over SFA sales in North San Diego County increased 1.51 percent, compared to May 2013. Non-North County year-over sold units decreased 10.63, compared to May 2013.
SFA listings (active and contingent) in North San Diego County increased 11.85 percent in May 2014 from April 2014, and increased 27.32 percent year-over from May 2013. San Diego County SFA listings (active and contingent) increased 12.81 percent in May 2014 from April 2014, and increased 23.61percent year-over compared to May 2013.