Top Floor Condo in a Perfectly Located Resort Style Complex in Mission Valley

SOLD FOR $331,000 IN 9 DAYS BY WESLEY GUEST!  Top floor condo in a perfectly located resort style complex in Mission Valley. No neighbors above and one of only a handful of units that have a fireplace! Features include vaulted ceilings (only top-level condos at Mission Village have these), stainless steel appliances, new hardware in the kitchen, new mirrored closet doors in the master bedroom, fresh paint, new light fixtures, new stone tile in both bathrooms, two separate balconies, private corner location, new carpet in bedrooms, and parking.

Mission Village is a resort like complex with many amenities to include a tennis court, a basketball court, a pool, a spa, a billiard room, a community room and recreation center, a zen like pond an river, a fitness center, and plenty of parking.

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Beautiful San Diego Country Estates Home

This beautiful home is on an ideally situated quiet lot. There is an upstairs master bedroom with balcony, a downstairs mother-in-law suite, wood flooring, stainless steel appliances, a pool, and plenty of garage and driveway parking. The kitchen is spacious and connected to the main living area. The backyard has no neighbors behind and has plenty of land for gardening. San Diego Country Estates has a park with heated swimming pool, family picnic amenities, 2 dog parks, 18-hole golf course, equestrian center(s), 50+ miles of hiking and horse trails, a clubhouse with restaurant/bar, & lighted tennis courts.

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First Time Home Buyers 7440 Waite Drive

SOLD FOR $515,000 BY WESLEY GUEST Id like to thank and wish my clients the very best on their purchase of this cute remodeled La Mesa home at 7440 Waite Drive. I know you will be very happy here. Thank you for trusting me and allowing me to guide you through the process.

Must see remodeled home with no expense spared! New custom kitchen with beautiful quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances, & walk-in pantry. Large living room with cozy fireplace perfect for entertaining! Big master bedroom with walk-in closet. Bathrooms have new modern tiled floors, sinks, white wood cabinets, & brushed nickel lights / fixtures. Modern touches throughout. Feel the natural light w/new dual pane windows. New floors throughout & solar panels.

Top Floor Condominium Available with Views

ANOTHER HOME SOLD BY WESLEY GUEST! Sold price $375,000 (97% of listing price). Live practically in Downtown San Diego without paying the Downtown San Diego prices!

Top floor condominium available with panoramic city, bay, and peak ocean views at Cityscape in Golden Hill. This cozy unit has fresh new paint throughout, all stainless steel appliances, assigned parking, full sized laundry, and ceiling fans in both bedrooms. This is an ideal location within walking distance to Downtown, Balboa Park, Restaurants, Nightlife and everything else the area has to offer. This condo is move in ready. The views are a must see!

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Panoramic Views with a Peak Ocean View

 

SOLD FOR FULL PRICE AND IN ONLY 2 DAYS.  Panoramic Views with a peak ocean view! This cozy home has an upgraded kitchen, upgraded bathrooms, brand new carpet with Spanish tile, a huge custom sky light for energy savings & plenty of natural light throughout. The deck is huge, a perfect place to experience incredible views. A bonus area downstairs with a full bathroom suitable to be a work shop, a play room, another huge bedroom… The possibilities are endless. Fresh paint & double paned windows make this home turn key & move in ready.

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Day in the life of Downtown San Diego Real Estate Agent Wesley Guest

What is a typical day really like in real estate? I thought I’d spend the day with you and show you my typical day as a busy real estate agent in San Diego. I start off by leaving my office in Downtown San Diego and visiting my listing in Torrey Highlands (1:06) and then a quick trip south to Pacific Beach to visit my Riviera Drive listing for sale (3:35). After that, a quick, lunch break (6:19), meet up with the dogs (5:25), and some late afternoon calls / prospecting (6:40).

Real estate is a great job but it’s really nothing like what many TV shows are produced to be such as Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing. I think HGTV’s Hunters is more realistic but still not a great view into a typical day for a real estate agent.

A Walk Through Petco Park in Downtown San Diego

Pictures do tell a thousand words. I spent yesterday afternoon at one of Downtown San Diego’s most popular attractions and home to the San Diego Padres, Petco Park. The Padres were playing away so it was an especially good opportunity to take a few superb pictures to share with everyone. As residents of East Village and Downtown San Diego, we are so lucky to have a Major League Baseball team in town to cheer on and enjoy the baseball season. Padre games are a huge bonus for Downtown residents and visitors. I highly recommend checking out a game. For seat recommendations or which days to go, contact me. I know the ball park and season inside and out.

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San Diego Real Estate Market Report and Stats for November 2014

Thinking of buying or selling a home?.  Maybe you already own real estate and are curious what’s happening in the market?  These are the figures for San Diego and several micro San Diego real estate markets including Downtown, Pacific Beach, San Elijo Hills, and Mira Mesa you are looking for.  This is real deal information and statistics for what is happening right now.  Most other public data and “news” stories about the market follow the Case Schiller index and are already 2 months old (There is a two-month lag time in the data reported).  Old news is now news in real estate.

The best argument I have heard for why it’s a good time to buy real estate:  Mortgage interest rates are still a historical lows, home prices have reached a stable and sustainable level, and rental rates continue to climb and outpace home appreciation levels (rents are expected to climb 19% over the next couple years!).   A mortgage payment on a home will be cheaper in most cases than renting a home in San Diego.  Also, don’t forget that unlike stocks, bonds, and other investment entities and options, you get added utility from being able to live in your investment.  You gotta live somewhere right?  I’d like to see you move into your shares of Microsoft or Apple.  Maybe the iHome?  Sorry, a little real estate agent humor.

San Diego real estate market stats for November 2014 below:

San Diego Real Estate Market:

  • Median Price $450,000 0% prices are flat ($450,000 previous month). +8.4% from same month last year.
  • Inventory dropped 7% from 10,092 to 9,394 since last month. -7.2% from same month last year.
  • Sales dropped 5% from 2,928 to 2,769 homes and condos since last month. -12% from same month last year.

Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market:

  • Median Price $525,000 -.001% prices are flat ($526,000 previous month). +13.5% from same month last year.
  • Inventory dropped 12% from 315 to 278 since last month. -14.2% from same month last year.
  • Sales dropped 15.5% from 71 to 60 homes and condos since last month. -22.1% from same month last year.

THINKING OF SELLING REAL ESTATE IN SAN DIEGO?  THINK AGAIN!

San Elijo Hills Detached Home Real Estate Market:

  • Median Price $700,000 -3% price decrease ($680,000 previous month). -1.3% from same month last year.
  • Inventory dropped -7% from 56 to 52 since last month. -13% from same month last year.
  • Sales dropped -12% from 17 to 15 homes and condos since last month. -44% from same month last year.

Pacific Beach Real Estate Market:

  • Median Price $665,000 -17% price decrease ($807,500 previous month). -6% from same month last year (It’s normal to have monthly wild price swings in PB).
  • Inventory dropped -11% from 195 to 174 since last month. -8.4% from same month last year.
  • Sales dropped -10% from 52 to 47 homes and condos since last month. -6% from same month last year.

Mira Mesa Real Estate Market:

  • Median Price $395,000 +16% price increase ($470,000 previous month). +17.5% from same month last year.
  • Inventory dropped -11% from 131 to 117 since last month. -15.8% from same month last year.
  • Sales dropped -8% from 48 to 44 homes and condos since last month. -22.8% from same month last year.

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My Newest Listing Located at 840 Turquoise Street #210 in Pacific Beach

Looking for something near the beach?  Perhaps a Pacific Beach getaway situated on Turquoise Street away from the parties and crowds of central Pacific Beach?  Even better, how about recent renovations completed making it feel like an almost brand new condominium?  Welcome to my newest listing located at 840 Turquoise Street #210 in North Pacific Beach.

At over 900 square feet, this large 1 bedroom condominium is overly spacious offering opportunities for multiple furniture and living arrangements.  Four large windows in the bedroom and main living room allow for a continuous supply of bright and abundant sunlight into the unit.  A major benefit and rare characteristic of this condo is the presence of two full bathrooms.  No more sharing your bathroom with your guests and company!   The kitchen, bathrooms, and living rooms are characterized by granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and custom recessed lighting in all rooms.  Not to mention all new paint throughout the unit.  This condo is truly move-in ready.

This condominium is located in the Pacific Shores complex located on Turquoise Street across the street from Blazin Grille and only several blocks to ocean.  The complex has 2 separate swimming pools (one regular and one is salt water), a full size Jacuzzi, a large community barbeque and seating area, and a small fitness center for those days you can’t make it to the gym.

If you are searching for real estate in Pacific Beach, this is not a condo to miss.  Please contact me today to arrange a private showing.

My San Diego Real Estate Predictions for 2014

My San Diego Real Estate PredictReal estate forecast for 2014 by san diego real estate agent wesley guestions for 2014:  2013 was a firestorm for San Diego real estate.  For the first half of the year, we experienced a strong sellers market with multiple offers from home buyers on just about anything with walls, a door, and a roof.  By the second half of 2013, San Diego real estate inventory levels started to rise along with an uptick in interest rates.  The result was a return to a balanced or normal real estate market.  So what is in store for 2104 in San Diego?

  1. Prices Will Continue to Rise but at a Sustainable Pace.  San Diego will see an increase in home inventory as more homeowners achieve positive equity and sell their homes.  This will include the “move up” home seller and the retirees looking to “down size”.
  2. Interest Rates Will Continue to Rise.  The Federal Reserve announcement that it is reducing their purchase of mortgage backed securities should create an upward trend in interest rates that could slow price escalations.  We will be at a or near 5.2% by close of 2014 as compared to approximately 4.5% in the present market.
  3. The Number of Investor Purchases Will Decline but Remain Substantial.  Although prices have risen, there are still plenty of decent deals to be had.  The renovation / flip market will continue to dwindle but investors looking to purchase San Diego real estate and hold for the extended term will remain prevalent in the market.
  4. Population and San Diego Job Increases Will Continue to Push Real Estate Prices Higher.  Favorable job reports and paradise type weather will continue to keep demand high for San Diego real estate.  There are more people and families than housing currently available.
  5. New Construction Will Rise from the Ashes.  Home prices continue to rise and justify new construction, particularly given land, labor, and materials costs. In addition, lenders will make loans and credit easier to obtain for smaller builders and developers.

Questions?  Comments?  Please send them my way anytime!