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Tagged : Carlsbad Homes For Sale

Found 11 blog entries tagged as "Carlsbad Homes For Sale".

There are currently 389  single family residential Carlsbad homes for sale at a median price of $712,500, with an average of 132 days on market; up 4 days from the last report.  Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few weeks, however 33% of all listed properties had a price decrease in the last seven days, while 10% of the homes in Carlsbad had a price increase.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate, and overall days on market are trending flat to slightly down.  Recently, the seven day moving price average recently made a strong move up away from the 90 day moving average, which would suggest that price stabilization is starting and short term prices are on the rise in the Carlsbad housing

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As of Monday May 7th, 2012, the median price for a single family residential Carlsbad home has increased again to $699,888, with an average of 128 days on market, down 9 days from the last report.  Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few weeks, however 35% of all listed properties had a price decrease in the last seven days, while 8% of the homes for sale had a price increase.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate, and overall days on market are trending flat to slightly down.  Recently, the seven day moving price average recently made a strong move up away from the 90 day moving average, which would suggest that price stabilization is starting and short term prices are on the rise in the

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As of Monday April 2nd, 2012, the median price for a single family residential Carlsbad home has increased dramatically to $678,490 with an average of 137 days on market, up 6 days from last weeks report.  Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few weeks, however only 34% of all listed properties who had a price decrease in the last seven days, while 5% of the homes had price increases.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate, and overall days on market are trending downward.  Recently, the seven day moving price average recently made a strong move up away from the 90 day moving average, which would suggest that price stabilization is starting and short term prices are on the rise in the Carlsbad

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As of Monday February 6, 2012, the median price for a single family residential Carlsbad home has increased slightly to $629,500, with an average of 147 days on market, down 4 days from last weeks report.  Days on market have decreaased slightly over the last few weeks, with 46% of all listed properties having a price decrease in the last seven days.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate.  As the tightening continues, we may see the market start to shift towards the Carlsbad home seller.  This week, the seven day moving price average made a strong move accross the 90 day moving average, which would suggest that price stabilization is starting to form in the Carlsbad housing market. 

Existing sales continue

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As of Monday January 23, 2012, the median price for a single family residential Carlsbad home has decreased slightly to $615,000 with an average of 151 days on market, down 5 days from last weeks report.  Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few weeks, but there were 46% of all listed properties who had a price decrease in the last seven days.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate.  If the tightening continues, we may see the market start to shift towards the seller's zone.  Recently, the seven day moving price average recently made a minor move accross the 90 day moving average, which would suggest that price stabilization is starting to form in the Carlsbad housing market.  However, we did

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As of Monday January 16, 2011, the median price for a single family residential Carlsbad home has increased slightly to $620,000 with an average of 156 days on market, up 12 days from the last report.  About four weeks ago we saw a sharp drop in home prices, which could have been fueled by short sales and/or bank owned homes hitting the market, but we are now seeing a modest increase.  Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few weeks.  Inventory levels have been relatively consistent given the current sell through rate.  Despite the fact there is still a significant number of Carlsbad homes for sale, this buyer's market is starting to see prices stablize; however this could reverse very quickly if the housing market starts to show signs of

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Southern California’s real estate market is remaining geared towards home buyer's in the month of December. Prices have trended down quite sharply over the last couple of months, but it appears that prices over the last few weeks have stabilized, at least temporarily.  We are hopeful this trend will continue and establish a floor for pricing on Carlsbad area homes.

As of Monday December 12, 2011, the median price for a single family residential home in Carlsbad has risen to $619,000 with an average of 149 days on market, up 10 days from the last report.  About four weeks ago we saw a sharp drop in home prices, which could have been fueled by short sales and/or bank owned homes hitting the market. Days on market have held fairly steady over the last few

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As of Monday October 24, 2011, the median price for a single family residential home in Carlsbad has begun to trend up to $711,950, with an average of 145 active days on market.  While Carlsbad home prices have now moved above the $700K point, the days on market have held fairly steady.  We need to see days on market begin to trend down to create more stability in pricing.  While Carlsbad home price action has been essentially flat, and there doesn't seem to be a strong pull in either direction, both the 90 day and 7 day averages have recently touched the $700K price point, which would create a double bottom if prices can hold at this level.  In addition, the seven day moving price average just recently crossed the 90 day average, which could be

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Southern California’s real estate market remained geared towards home buyer's in the month of September. Prices have trended down slightly over the last couple of months, but it appears that prices over the last few weeks have stabilized, at least temporarily.  We are hopeful this trend will continue and establish a floor for Carlsbad home prices.

As of Sept 22, 2011, the median price for a single family residential home in Carlsbad held at $699,900, with an average of 144 active days on the Carlsbad real estate market.  While home prices have held just below the $700K point, the days on market are beginning to climb; which is not a receipe for continued pricing strength.  While Carlsbad home price action has been essentially flat,

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Southern California’s real estate market remained geared towards home buyer's in the month of August, despite relatively strong demand from investors and others paying cash for homes. Prices have trended down slightly over the last couple of month, but many potential home buyers appear to still be on the sidelines and may still be waiting for a bottom in prices or a relaxing of the mortgage guidelines to allow more people to qualify for homes.

As of August 26th, 2011, the median price for a single family residential home in Carlsbad fell to $699,900, with an average of 131 active days on the Carlsbad real estate market.  In addition, there were 51% of the active MLS listings that had price reductions, just slightly less than last week,

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