La Jolla real estate outlook1 year ago
Team Aguilar real estate, one of the leading real estate sellers in La Jolla, has released home sales year-to-date figures that indicate optimism in the La Jolla real estate outlook for home buying activity in 2010. It has reported a 14% rise in volume of properties the company sold so far this year.
TARE is selling homes in residential areas in and around La Jolla, including San Diego (the third busiest property markets in the US, as identified by the Wall Street Journal) and other neighborhoods along the coastline of Southern California. Its properties sold include oceanfront homes, neighborhood properties, resort houses, and equestrian estates. In fact, several of the most sought-after properties for sale are included in its catalog.
The growth in sales came despite an 8% decline in median price tags. Team Aguilar is confident that this is an indication of the market getting more reasonable. The positive buyers’ response is seen by the company as no less than encouraging. The company emphasized that for quite a long time, declining prices have not effectively obtained positive response in terms of home buying activities. Thus, this optimistic trend is seen as more favorable not just to the firm but to the entire housing market.
Another encouraging factor underlined by TARE is its shorter average market time, or the duration a home is held up-for-sale in the market. It has revealed that the average duration for the company to sell a home has shrunk by four days. This is a significant improvement compared to the firm’s performance in 2009. According to its analysis, home buyers are now acting faster on changes in property values. In the process, efficiency is bolstered in the entire La Jolla property market. Observers note that home buyers are getting less nervous compared to how they reacted to the market in the past several years.
Apparently, TARE is raving about its reported performance so far this year. It is positive that it is already reaching an equilibrium or balance between itself and homebuyers. It adds that this is a welcome note as it indicates emergence from a period when nobody was buying. For the company, its figures serve as evidence that market performance, aside from its own, is already in the process of improvement. Thus, it could not help itself but be very optimistic in its outlook for the entire housing industry in the area.
TARE employs dynamic teams of real estate agents, who could be considered as the most active in the La Jolla real estate area in California. Such agents know the market more as most of them are actual residents of the region. The company focuses on selling homes in secluded and prime neighborhoods. It is currently linked to exclusive industry networks, maintaining relationships that are long term with homebuyers and homeowners alike. TARE reiterates that its teams are well trained and oriented to provide assistance to home buyers from preparation, quick location of properties, to actual buying transactions. It aims to offer and provide the best options, services, and properties to its customers.