June 2013 Edition
San Diego Housing Market Update
About the host
George Chamberlin has been associated with The Daily Transcript at SDDT.com since 1998 and became Executive Editor in 2006. He is responsible for the development of editorial strategies for the newspaper and Web site. He has introduced video and audio into the editorial products and is the public face of the company at many community events.
George regularly chairs industry roundtables and conducts video interviews of participants for use on the San Diego Source. He writes two daily columns, “Money in the Morning” and a daily stock market wrap-up. George, a long time resident of North County, lives in Vista with his wife Terry.
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The Scoop 2013
May 2013 - Single-family median price hits $450,000 for first time in 5 years, up 23 percent
April 2013 - Detached home prices up 15 percent in 1st quarter 2013; attached home prices up 25 percent
March 2013 - Single-family prices up 18 percent from February; condos, townhouses see bigger price hike
February 2013 - Local single-family prices up 12 percent from January a year ago; homes selling faster
The Scoop 2012
December 2012 - November median prices up 17 percent from year earlier; inventory still low
November 2012 - October single-family median prices up 13% from a year ago; sales up 34 percent
October 2012 - September median price rise is a bright spot; sold listings decline from August
September 2012 - August sold listings see a jump; median prices stay strong, well above a year ago
August 2012 – Number of sold listings in July edge down, but median prices move higher
July 2012 – Sold listings in June level off; median prices overall stay positive
June 2012 – Median prices turn positive in May; sold listings have been rising all year
May 2012 – April sold listings up for third straight month; median prices remain stable
April 2012 – March Sold listings very strong; median prices continue positive move
March 2012 – Good news on February sold listings; single-family median prices stay positive
February 2012 – January sold listings slide in seasonal trend; median prices waver