Contemporary Townhome in the Heart of Hillcrest

Open House 3/1/2020 from 1-3 PM. There is so much to LOVE about this townhome!  Plus it’s priced amazingly well! Charming small complex, with low HOA dues, just steps away from the best of Hillcrest- Whole Foods, fabulous restaurants and bars, electric shops and so much more!  If you’ve been longing for the walkable lifestyle, this location can not be beat! High ceilings, numerous windows, multiple skylights and vaulted ceilings make this home feel open, bright and airy.  Cozy fireplace in the living room, indoor laundry and two private patios are yours to enjoy.  2 master suites upstairs plus large additional area which would be perfect for a home office.  With no one above or below you, this townhome is a true find.  2 parking spaces (tandem). Central HVAC. Easy freeway access, close to downtown, Little Italy, SD Airport & more. Walkable to Balboa Park, or just a short drive way. Rarely do these models come on the market, so hurry and tour this beautiful home today.

Steps from all Hillcrest has to offer!

Inventory Rises Slightly in San Diego’s Real Estate Market

The following data is taken directly from San Diego’s Multiple Listing Service. It is a snapshot of San Diego’s housing market for the 1-15 corridor as well as the Metro areas of San Diego. Going back 30 days for the month of August, the data illustrates a general trend of building inventory, decreasing short sales and solid pending sales as well as closed sales.  In both single family homes, as well as condos, throughout San Diego we see a slight slow down in San Diego’s housing market. More importantly, we also see a dwelling number of distressed sales; a steady trend since the first of the year.

Feel free to look back over last months snapshot, found in my blog here, for a quick comparison of numbers. One of the largest areas of inventory increase was seen in Rancho Bernardo. Conversely, the area with the shortest increase of available homes for sale is the popular Hillcrest and Mission Hills area.

Scripps Ranch, Rancho Penasquitos and Mira Mesa saw a steady increase in available homes for sale during the month of August. Condo listings in these same areas also increased. As the summertime comes to an end it is normal to see a gradual easing off of home sales.

One important note, homes in desirable areas which are well priced and well taken care of , sell fast and with multiple offers.  So just because we are entering the “slow” season for real estate don’t delay when you find a home you love!  It’s worth it!

    

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Active

 

 

 

Contingent

 

 

 

Pending

 

 

 

Closed

Scripps Ranch

42

4

25

82

Rancho Penasquitos

23

7

18

17

Mira Mesa

31

14

36

23

Rancho Bernardo

106

20

76

82

Hillcrest/Mission Hills

73

8

28

24

University Heights/Kensington

20

13

15

13

North Park

40

8

30

22

Talmadge/El Cerrito

20

6

20

13

        

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Active

 

 

 

Contingent

 

 

 

Pending

 

 

 

Closed

Scripps Ranch

64

7

46

41

Rancho Penasquitos

42

9

59

38

Mira Mesa

39

24

60

32

Rancho Bernardo

195

21

138

90

Hillcrest/Mission Hills

55

1

18

13

University Heights/Kensington

33

3

33

22

North Park

46

0

27

24

Talmadge/El Cerrito

71

24

62

33

 

Active Listings:            Homes currently on the market without an accepted offer.
 
Contingent Listings:   Homes with an accepted offer contingent on seller’s approval.  Often these homes are short sales           contingent on lien holder approval.
 
Pending Listings:       Homes currently in escrow.
 
Closed:                          Homes which have closed escrow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

       

Inventory Rises in San Diego’s Real Estate Market

The following data is taken directly from San Diego’s Multiple Listing Service.  It is a snapshot of San Diego’s housing market for the 1-15 corridor as well as the Metro areas of San Diego.  It looks back over the last 30 days (month of July).  As you can see San Diego’s real estate market is changing:  available inventory is building, short sales continue to dwindle and pending sales continue to remain high.        

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Active

 

 

 

Contingent

 

 

 

Pending

 

 

 

Closed

Scripps Ranch

40

5

28

20

Rancho Penasquitos

20

4

31

14

Mira Mesa

18

22

41

14

Rancho Bernardo

74

26

108

75

Hillcrest/Mission Hills

69

8

36

24

University Heights/Kensington

20

12

17

14

North Park

42

8

32

18

Talmadge/El Cerrito

15

10

17

23

        

Homes Icon

 

 

 

Active

 

 

 

Contingent

 

 

 

Pending

 

 

 

Closed

Scripps Ranch

40

5

28

20

Rancho Penasquitos

20

4

31

14

Mira Mesa

18

22

41

14

Rancho Bernardo

74

26

108

75

Hillcrest/Mission Hills

69

8

36

24

University Heights/Kensington

20

12

17

14

North Park

42

8

32

18

Talmadge/El Cerrito

15

10

17

23

 

Active Listings:            Homes currently on the market without an accepted offer.
 
Contingent Listings:   Homes with an accepted offer contingent on seller’s approval.  Often these homes are short sales           contingent on lien holder approval.
 
Pending Listings:       Homes currently in escrow.
 
Closed:                          Homes which have closed escrow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

       

Something fun to do Tonight in Hillcrest

Looking for something fun and inspiring to do tonight in Hillcrest?

Come out to celebrate the 92nd anniversary of women’s right to vote.  Join the Women’s Museum of California, and dozens other local women’s organizations for the 6th Annual Suffrage Parade. 

Where:  Meet at Kate Session Statue at the entrance to the Laurel Street Bridge (Cabrillo)

When: 5 pm 8.30.2012

Dress in Suffrage costume and bring signs, banners and food for the picnic.  We’ll march across the Cabrillo Bridge to Spreckels Ogan Pavilion to be welcomed by San Diego Women’s Drum Circle. Follow up with the Dixie Express Jazz Band who will perform in organ pavilion during final summer concert (6:15-7:15pm). 858-245-1677.  

Check out the Women’s Museum of California for more information or call (619) 233-7963.

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