Looking for a home in San Diego? Check out the latest home pricing trends.
The Lawhead Team’s latest share from the California Association of Realtors HomeDex Report for single family detached homes in San Diego.
- The median price for all homes in North San Diego County – single-family detached and single-family attached – increased from $510,000 in May 2014, to $535,000 in June 2014.
- The median-priced single-family detached (SFD) home in North San Diego County jumped 8.8 percent, to $612,000 in June 2014 (the highest median price since September 2007) from $562,500 in May 2014.
- Year-over median SFD price in North San Diego County increased 8.32 percent, compared to 565,000 in June 2013 – the 23rd consecutive month of year-over median price increases.
- The SFD median price in non-North County Zip Codes increased 3.77 percent, to $474,750 in June 2014 from $457,500 in May 2014. Year-over non-North County median price increased 10.47 percent, compared to $429,750 in June 2013 — the 27th month of year-over median price increases.
- The median SFD price in San Diego County increased six percent, from $500,000 in May 2014 to $530,000 in June 2014. Year-over county-level SFD median price increased 9.28 percent, compared to June 2013.
- The number of sold SFD units in North San Diego County increased 2.77 percent from May 2014 to June 2014, but year-over sold SFD units decreased 8.47 from June 2013.
- SFD total sales volume decreased 0.95 percent year-over, compared to June 2013.
- SFD listings (active and contingent) in North San Diego County increased 10.86 percent from May 2014 to June 2014, and increased 34.31 percent year-over compared to June 2013.
- SFD listings (active and contingent) in San Diego County increased 9.97 percent from May 2014 to June 2014, and increased 27.84 percent year-over from June 2013.