I spoke with The San Diego Union-Tribune recently about the new record high prices we have seen in San Diego. This year there are a lot less homes on the market, meaning a lot more competition for buyers and therefore higher home prices. Many sellers are receiving multiple offers, some even over asking price and selling in a few days.
The Union-Tribune reports “the county has seen prices rise more than 8 percent since the pandemic took effect in March” which is something we have seen across major cities in the country. Low interest rates have incentivized many to buy now, so more buyers have entered the market. I believe rates will stay like this for some time, so it’s a good time to buy for those who can.
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