Need help selling your San Carlos Home?

Need help selling your San Carlos Home? Housing demand is on the rise – The
San Diego area housing market is currently experiencing a housing
shortage because not enough homes are available for sale to meet buyer’s

The number of homes for sale in the local San
Diego MLS is approximately 8,000. This number may seem high but based on
the current pace of homes being sold, this amounts to an inventory of
homes for about 3 months. Basically this means if no more homes come on
the market everything will be sold in a matter of a few months.

The San Diego market hasn’t this kind of “sellers market” since four to five years ago. As the experts like to say things are heating up in the San Diego housing market for 2012.

Short sales make up the majority of homes for sale in the San Diego area. Some areas like Chula Vista, CA has significantly more short sales than
others because many home owners were impacted by the downturn in the
market. It is expected that more short sales will hit the market as the foreclosure notices are forecasted to increase now that banks reached a settlement with the government over the robo signing debacle.

What should you do if you’re a home owner facing foreclosure? Carefully look at all your options and evaluate whether a short sale or foreclosure is the best solution for you.
With their being an increase in demand for homes, a short sale might
seem more appealing. The likelihood of getting your home under contract
with a buyer could happen pretty quickly with an offer amount that’s
acceptable to the bank.

Wondering what to do next?
Contact us to receive an in depth custom evaluation for your home, with a comparison of homes recently sold in your neighborhood.
This will guarantee you’ll receive the most accurate information
available. To find out what your San Carlos home is worth, fill out the information

Lorraine Santirosa is a San Diego realtor that specializes in the
sale of homes including short sales and foreclosures. 619-248-5484

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