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Market Conditions in Yolo County : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 29, 2013
robertl2 asked:
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
Diana Lytal answered:
Hi Angela, I do not show this property listed in the two local MLS's so it may just be for rent. The adjacent property (#27) is a 2 bd, 1 1/2 bath and is a little over 1000 sq ft so chances are this property is the same. If I can assist you in finding a home to purchase in the area, please give me a call. I am more than happy to assist you. Have a wonderful day and Happy New Year!
Diana Lytal
Pride Real Estate
Call or Text 530-681-2532
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Stacy Nguyen answered:
Davis is a college town so it tends to hold its own for the most part. You have students that need places to live and parents to buy them, staff and faculty for UCD so it’s one of the more stable city's. Will it keep going down? I don’t know, I do know that there are two new neighborhood developments being built so if the contractors and banks are feeling good about the market that’s always a good sign. ... more
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Sat Feb 21, 2009
Joe answered:
The quality of pricing information is very poor. I looked at the Sold homes listing and houses are being sold at over $4 million.
If you are using these kinds of metrics to calculate your trends and averages, I think TRULIA should be held liable for perpetuating the current home valuation FRAUD.

Good luck with your crappy website.
To top it all I can't even send a FEEDBACK email because your CAPTCHA code does not work right.
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Fri Feb 15, 2008
Dan answered:
This SacBee article says it all

In the most ominous indicator yet of the Sacramento region's struggling housing market, January saw nearly as many people lose their homes as buy them.

January's 1,815 closed escrows in Amador, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Yolo and Yuba counties was only 33 more than the 1,782 foreclosures recorded in the same counties that month, according to statistics from La Jolla-based DataQuick Information Systems of La Jolla and of Fair Oaks.
The foreclosures -- more than 10,000 last year in the eight-county capital region -- are fast pushing down home sales prices.
Sacramento County's median sales prices for all new and existing homes are down a record 26.8 percent from January 2007, the firm reported. The county's $253,000 median sales price is down now 34.6 percent from an August 2005 high of $387,000.
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