- 13738 Nogales, Del Mar, CA 92014
- $1,999,000 - $2,099,000
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Sq. Ft.: 2,817
- Created on .
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While the stock market recovered significantly in March, the effects of COVID- 19 to the economy continue to build. In just the last four weeks, more than 20 million people filed initial unemployment claims according to the United States Department of Labor, fueled by stay at home orders and a slowdown of economic activity across the country. Added to the unemployment claims from March, more than 30 million people have become unemployed since COVID-19 has become widespread in the U.S. In the face of these challenging times, real estate activity in April slowed significantly. Closed Sales decreased 31.1 percent for Detached homes and 32.6 percent for Attached homes. Pending Sales decreased 40.0 percent for Detached homes and 45.2 percent for Attached homes. Inventory decreased 38.0 percent for Detached homes and 18.0 percent for Attached homes. The Median Sales Price was up 4.4 percent to $680,000 for Detached homes and 4.2 percent to $437,000 for Attached homes. Days on Market decreased 33.3 percent for Detached homes and 27.6 percent for Attached homes. Supply decreased 38.5 percent for Detached homes and 17.4 percent for Attached homes. While the effect of COVID-19 continues to vary widely across the country, it is expected that social distancing, higher unemployment, and lower overall economic activity is likely to continue to constrain real estate activity in the near term. At the same time, the industry is adapting to the current environment by conducting business using technologies such as virtual showings and e-signing to help buyers and sellers with their housing needs in the face of these challenges.
The pandemic has put the world on pause. Should you put your real estate plans on pause, too? This article reaches a sizable online audience, so there’s not just one answer to this question. In direct conversation with you—one-on-one—this question could be answered with specific reference to your location, property, finances, and desired outcomes, but there would still not only be one answer to this question. Real estate, by its nature and its tremendous location-driven diversity, makes that question open-ended, with many possible answers:
• Each option has many perspectives.
• Each property is unique.
• The reasons homeowners love, or are ready to leave, their real estate are unique, too.
The greatest challenge can be uncovering and understanding the full range of options open to homeowners, not just during these bizarre times, but in any market—before making the decision to sell or not.
The seemingly-simple “sell or not” question can only be answered after tackling a series of other questions. Even without the pandemic, making the decision to sell your home is complex and usually involves significant emotional elements: