Central Coast Real Estate

The San Luis Obispo County’s Real Estate update includes data for all cities and surrounding areas of the Central Coast for the first six months or second quarter that make up the year of 2017 (January-June).

Obispo County 2nd Quarter 2017 vs. 2nd Quarter 2016:

  • 1,500 total homes sold (2017) vs. 1,312 (2016)
  • $639,059 average median home (2017) vs. $550,000 (2016)
  • 98% sales vs. list price (2017) vs. 98.13 (2016)
  • $479.96 price square foot (2017) vs. $350,.00 (2016)

All factors of the housing market that are tracked in this report improved on a yearly basis with the exception of the sales vs. list price which had a minimal drop of only 0.13% to home buyers paying 98% of what a house is listed for. From the first quarter to the second quarter all aspects of the report improved with the exception of the median home price which dropped from first to second quarter. These improvements to the data in the second quarter point to the housing market being healthier in San Luis Obispo County and yielded better results than in the first quarter of this year.

 

All data is compiled from the Scenic Coast Multiple Listing Service and published by Keith Byrd at SloCountyHomes.com.

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Click to read the full 2nd Quarter San Luis Obispo County real estate overview.

 

 

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