Category Archives: January 2009

Marina District by Type of Sale

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/marina-district-by-type-of-sale/344/ The next on our list of 92101 neighborhoods is the Marina District. The Marina District is one of Downtown San Diego’s most beautiful and desirable neighborhoods and stretches from the Waterfront and Seaport Village to the shopping of Horton Plaza and the border of the Gaslamp District. City Front Terrace had the most Resales… Read More

East Village Neighborhood by Type of Sale

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/east-village-neighborhood-by-type-of-sale/340/ Now that we’ve given you a breakdown of Developer, REO and Foreclosure sales in the entire 92101 zip code, it’s time to dive in a little deeper and check out the numbers for each neighborhood individually. We’re starting this portion of our report with East Village and its 22 complexes. Icon accounted for the… Read More

2008 Sale Activity by Month

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/2008-sale-activity-by-month/339/ The above graph delves even deeper into 2008 Downtown Condo and Loft sales by disecting the type of sales by month. January of ‘08 saw the biggest number of Developer sales at just above 90. February decreased to just above 80, and the biggest drop all year was between February and March declining all… Read More

Happy Hour at The Glass Door

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/happy-hour-at-the-glass-door/332/ It’s Thursday afternoon, your phone hasn’t stopped ringing since 8 a.m. Monday morning, you’re pleading for the weekend to come already. Sound familar? Lucky you, Happy Hour at The Glass Door comes everyday from 3pm – 7pm. So even if you find yourself on a Wednesday, Tuesday (or even Monday) afternoon in need of… Read More

2008 Breakdown of 92101 Neighborhoods by Sale Type

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/2008-breakdown-of-92101-neighborhoods-by-sale-type/325/ Many, many thanks to our friends over at First American Title, Tammy Neylan and Yadida Black, for putting together some very viable graphs charting sales in the 92101 area code. Above you will find a breakdown of 6 neighborhoods by type of sale: Resale, REO, Developer and Foreclosure. This chart follows up on our… Read More

A Drop in Home Prices Nearly 35%

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/a-drop-in-home-prices-nearly-35/323/ MDA, Data Quick, a real estate tracking firm, reported Monday that the median home price in a six-county region of SoCal was $278,000 last month, compared to $425,000 in December of 2007. In addition, foreclosures accounted for 55.7 percent of December’s sales in Southern California. Inversely, home sales rose steadily as eager buyers took… Read More

Let the Inauguration Celebration Begin!

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/let-the-inauguration-celebration-begin/321/ It finally happened, what we’ve all (well mostly all) have been anticipating for months… the Inauguration of Barack H. Obama, the first African American President of the United States of America. We’ve officially seen history in the making as the 44th President of our country was sworn in today; and for that we must… Read More