Details: 2 Bedrooms + 2 Full Baths + 827 SQFT + 2 Parking Spaces (Secure/Gated Garage) + Exercise Facility + Pet Friendly/Allowed
La Collinda is a secure/gated community in a central location close to downtown, San Diego. Unit #317 is a top floor corner unit providing privacy and comfort. Just take the elevator on up. Two balconies provide extra living space, storage, and a lovely, private view. Master bedroom has walk-in closet and private balcony.
It’s nice to come home after a long day to the cool, quiet, and upgraded unit boasting dual pane windows,
central air conditioning, crown molding, granite counter-tops, stainless steal appliances, breakfast bar seating, designer wall treatments, washer/dryer, and more.
Requirements: 12 month lease, application (1 per tenant), credit report, background check, security deposit, pet deposit (pets are to the discretion of the landlord)
Rental Application (click to download form) | Email application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Showings: Showings only to qualified applicants. Email application and availability to view to Ashley. Thanks!
Ashley Peterson, Realtor
Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty
560 1st Ave | Marina District
San Diego, CA 92101
858.414.8594 | email@example.com
The median list price in SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 this week (April 29th) is $599,900. The 222 properties have been on the market for an average of 128 days. The Market Action Index has been trending down lately, while inventory and days-on-market are climbing.
Note that rising inventory alone does not signal a weakening market. Look to the Market Action Index and Days on Market trends to gauge whether buyer interest is keeping up with available supply.
It’s a Buyer’s market that has seen prices trend lower. Expect that consistent up trends in demand will be required before price trends change significantly.
In terms of inventory and demand, high-end condo sales are currently a sellers market whereas low to mid priced condos are in a buyers market.
Although we are seeing more inventory come on the market, driving prices down, we must not forget 2012.
Let’s compare March of 2013 Vs. March of 2012:
March Sales: 95 Vs. 73
Sales YTD: 216 Vs. 194
Days on Market: 47 Vs. 91
Days on Market YTD: 63 Vs. 96
Median Sale Price for March: $455,000 Vs. $384,000
Median Sale Price YTD: $430,000 Vs. $347,500
Click here to search all Downtown, San Diego real estate for sale!Data obtained from SDAR (San Diego Association of Realtors) April 2013
Priced from $180,000 for a studio at the Hard Rock Hotel to $2,995,000 for luxury, panoramic bay and view residences at Bayside and Sapphire Tower.
Here is a list of all our featured properties for sale from least to most expensive:
207 5th Ave # 614 | Hard Rock Hotel | Gaslamp Quarter
207 5th Ave # 548 | Hard Rock Hotel | Gaslamp Quarter
350 K St # 218 | Crown Bay | Marina District
3634 7th Ave # 1a | Coral Tree Plaza | Hillcrest
2452 F St | Historic Single Family Home (Mill’s Act) | Golden Hill
On April 16th, Windermere will merge with Sotheby’s
This is exciting news not only for personal reasons, but more so because brokerage better understands how to most effectively market your listings to the local broker community.
With our network of more than 500 offices across over 40 countries, your home will be marketed to Brokers and REALTORS® across the world to further reach potential buyers and investors.
The median list price for all real estate for sale in Downtown, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 this week is $695,000.
Inventory is tightening and days-on-market is falling. The Market Action Index shows demand heating up. These are relatively bullish signs for prices.
If the demand trends continue, expect prices to keep marching upward, especially once we see a Seller’s Market.
Look for a persistent downtrend in the Market Action Index into the Buyer’s zone as a leading indicator of the price strength finally abating.
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