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Coastal Regions Single-Family Homes Market 2020

Prior to the March 16 shelter-in-place (SIP) order, the first half of March was looking quite promising in terms of sales and prices. In fact, 3 counties (Monterey, San Mateo and Santa Clara) ended March with higher median prices than a year ago despite the SIP. Also telling was that Median Days on Market, a key indicator of demand and the overall speed of the market, dropped by more than 20% in all counties, and Santa Clara returned to single digit Median DOM (8 days). Similarly, the price paid for homes showed an increased premium compared to a year ago in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz where the average % of list price paid is 106% in Santa Clara and San Mateo and 101% in Santa Cruz.

market data 2020

market data 2020

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Current Homes for Sale
Santa Cruz County
City # Price Range
Aptos Homes 71 $320k - $8.0m
Capitola Homes 21 $299k - $12.1m
Rio Del Mar / Seascape Homes 35 $500k - $8.0m
Santa Cruz Events 191 $89k - $30.0m
Santa Cruz Homes 191 $89k - $30.0m
Santa Cruz Real Estate 191 $89k - $30.0m
Monterey County
City # Price Range
$0-$300000 325 $240k - $8.0m
Alta Mesa-Monterey 325 $240k - $8.0m
Big Sur Homes 9 $1.8m - $12.0m
Carmel Homes 166 $135k - $20.0m
Fishermans Flats 325 $240k - $8.0m
Glenwood Circle Monterey 325 $240k - $8.0m
Monterey Homes For Sale 325 $240k - $8.0m
Oak Grove Monterey 325 $240k - $8.0m
Old Town Monterey 325 $240k - $8.0m
Pebble Beach Homes 52 $550k - $47.9m
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