Friday, January 21, 2011
- Historically the one nation most effected by the ups and downs of our economy has been Canada because of all of the economic interaction between the two countries. However, this time, and for the 1st time, they are virtually unscathed from the real estate downturn here. Read why at http://www.timbryan.com/listin
Friday, January 14, 2011
Per the MLS records, the 3 most expensive homes sold in the North County last year were:1) 3210 Cloudy Meadow Drive, Templeton- 5,000 sq. ft home on 40 acres -$2,150,000.00. 2) 4995 Bluebell Lane - Paso Robles - 3600 sq. ft on 10 acres -$1,200,000.3) 2775 Creston Ridge Lane - Paso Robles - 4,163 on 40 acres -$1,190,000.00. My office, Re/Max Parkside Real Estate was involved in all 3 sales
Friday, January 7, 2011
Sales of all real estate for the North County in 2010 declined 6% from 2009. Sales of homes on acreage in the rural areas however were only down 2% from the previous year. Raw land sales were up 3% from 2009 and sales of large parcels 20 acres and up were up 5% from 2009 although volume was low in both those categories. The biggest drop of all was in homes on acreage with sales prices of $900,000 or more. That market dropped 49% from the year previous. That is very indicative of the upper end market in most areas of California.
What the above statistics show us is that with the exception of the higher end properties, the market may have stabilized as we had much higher drops each year from 2005-2009. The most active part of the market are homes on acreage with asking prices of $500,000 or less and acreage in the under $150,000 bracket.