The San Diego-Carlsbad, California Metropolitan Statistical Area is located in Southern California and is home to Scott Taylor, a licensed home loan originator, real estate agent and full-time investor. According to Taylor, the area is expected to experience a combined growth of 6% by the end of 2024. Redfin, a real estate brokerage firm, has predicted that the relatively affordable metropolitan areas of the Midwest and East Coast, such as San Diego, will maintain the best conditions next year. The average relationship between the sale price and the sale price was 96.5 percent in November. The 20-city index reported an annual price increase of 30 percent in San Diego in March, but fell to a 9.5 percent increase in September.
Additionally, San Diego's commercial industrial vacancy rate is the lowest it has been in two decades, at 3.2%.If the MAI falls steadily or falls in the buyer's zone, there could be downward pressure on prices due to higher interest rates and possible job losses. Despite this, real estate analysts believe that the San Diego housing market will warm up again in the future due to increased demand from the military, tourists and the large influx of the technology industry. Goldman Sachs predicts that home prices will fall by 15% next year in Canada. In San Diego, there is nearly two months of supply of single-family homes with just 1.5 months of supply of townhomes and condominiums. Buyers must be prepared to take advantage of any slowdown in the market, and for sellers it's more important than ever to prepare their home so that it shines at its best and is priced correctly.