The month of October brought a sea of pumpkins, candy corn and a plethora of giddy trick-or-treaters to our doors. They weren’t the only ones visiting new homes this season. In the midst of the festive spirit, the real estate market kept humming along as 22 families closed on their new houses.
Following national trends, the Coronado market slowed down after the strong numbers over the summer. That said, it’s still moving at a good pace with just two homes shy of what we saw in September.
Surprisingly the Village stayed on par with last month, closing 17 homes. The five condos and one townhome ranged between $615k and $1.4 million. The eleven single-family residences came in between $1.4 and $4.8 million.
Here is a breakdown of each home by neighborhood:
Don’t be fooled. Just because the market is slowing down doesn’t mean you can’t find your dream home or list your Coronado home to sell quickly. Because of the appeal of our island lifestyle and the limited house supply, our real estate market stays alive all year long.
If you’re looking to change things up, give our team at Parklife Real Estate a call. As Coronado residents, we understand the nuances of our competitive island market and can help position you price your home to sell or create a strong buyer’s strategy.