I have noticed the properties in the 100,000 range have either jumped or disappeared. They now appear to be 125,000. however, the properties in the 200,000 range have remained stable.
This is very normal when the bottom of the market is going away. If you are wondering if things will get better in the housing market for selling,... I would bet on it but you will need to hang in there for a year or so. In and around August 2012 should be boom in real estate in Southern California. We need a boom in jobs first.
Harold Sharpe - Broker
So Cal Homes Realty
California Department of Real Estate Broker License # 01312992
Prices in Hemet are inching up ever so slowly. Hemet still has the best deals in real estate to be found anywhere within commuting distance. As far as good deals, that depend on if you are buying or selling. If you are selling, it is not a good time to sell, unless you absolutely have to. If you are buying, it is a great time to buy. There are no bad areas, only different areas. We keep out clients in the areas that suitable for them. I my wife and I can answer any more questions, please contact us.
Don & Vicki Dysert
The costs to get a loan are also raising.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
As far as prices, you can monitor this via Trulia's "Market Trends" feature:
This type of generalized info should not be used to set a listing price. I would suggest you seek out a local RealtorÂ® to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) if you are looking to possibly sell as a CMA always provides the best representation of market price/activity/trend direction for the SPECIFIC property details you search on.