Single-Family Attached Home Prices
The Lawhead Team would like to share some recent statistics for single-family attached homes such as town-homes and condominiums in North San Diego County:
- The North San Diego County median-priced single-family attached (SFA) home jumped 15.39 percent, from $322,813 in March 2014 to $372,500 in April 2014.
- Non-North San Diego County single-family attached home median price increased 9.24 percent, to $317,500 in April 2014 from $290,650 in March 2014.
- North San Diego County SFA median price increased 12.88 percent year-over, from $330,000 in April 2013 – the 27th-month of year-over price increases. Non-North County SFA median year-over price increased 19.81 percent, from $265,000 in April 2013.
- San Diego County SFA home median price increased 10.98 percent, from $300,500 in March 2014 to $333,500 in April 2014. Year-over county median price increased 15 percent compared to April 2013.
- The median number of days-on-market for North County single-family attached homes sold declined, from 21 days in March 2014 to 14 days in April 2014. The average number of days-on-market fell from 51 days in March 2014, to 34 days in April 2014.
- The number of sold SFA units increased 37.32 percent from March 2014 to April 2014; the number of sold SFA units in non-North County Zip Codes increased 17.59 percent from March 2014 to April 2014.
- Year-over single-family attached sales in North San Diego County increased 23.81 percent, from April 2013. Non-North County year-over sold units increased 14.42, compared to April 2013.
- SFA listings (active and contingent) in North San Diego County increased 13.64 percent from March 2014 to April 2014, and increased 14.84 percent year-over from April 2013. San Diego County SFA listings (active and contingent) increased 5.3 percent from March 2014 to April 2014, and increased 10.46 percent year-over compared to April 2013.