Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for August 15, 2015

Solds for the Week of 08-15-15

Official seal of County of San Benito
Official seal of County of San Benito (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Single Family Residential

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Actives
San Benito County-98 of which REO/Bank Owned-2 or 2%, Short Sales-2 or 2%
Hollister-78 of which REO/Bank Owned-2 or 3%, Short Sales-2 or 3%
Pendings
San Benito County-78 of which REO/Bank Owned-3 or 4%, Short Sales-9 or 12%
Hollister-65 of which REO/Bank Owned-2 or 3%, Short Sales-6 or 9%
Absorption Rate
San Benito County-1.27 months supply of inventory or 38-days
Hollister-1.2 months supply of inventory or 36-days
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Solds for the Week: 3
High: $480,000 Regular Sale, New Conv 1st
Low:  $372,645 REO/Bank Owned, New Conv 1st
Full-Price/Over-Asking: 3 or 100%
Average DOM: 15-days
Average Square Footage: 1631-sf
Average Price/Square Foot: 268.09/sf
Average Sale Price: $431,715.00
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Sale Type
Regular Sale: 2 or 66.6%
REO/Bank Owned: 1 or 33.3%
Short Sales: None
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Financing Type
New Conv 1st: 3 or 100%
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Feels a little like the summer dull drums…..

Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for September 28, 2013

Solds for the Week of 09-28-13

Official seal of County of San Benito
Official seal of County of San Benito (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Single Family Residential

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Actives
San Benito County-97 of which REO/Bank Owned-1 or 1%, Short Sales-5 or 5%
Hollister-60 of which REO/Bank Owned-1 or 2%, Short Sales-4 or 7%
Pendings
San Benito County-88 of which REO/Bank Owned-4 or 5%, Short Sales-28 or 32%
Hollister-69 of which REO/Bank Owned-2 or 3%, Short Sales-24 or 35%
Absorption Rate
San Benito County- 1.10 months supply of inventory or 33-days
Hollister- .87 months supply of inventory or 26-days
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Solds for the Week: 9
High: $689,000 Regular Sale, All Cash
Low:  $270,000 Regular Sale, New Conv 1st
Full-Price/Over-Asking: 7 or 78%
Average Square Footage: 1907sf
Average Price/Square Foot: $239/sf
Average Sale Price: $451,556.00
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Sale Type
Regular Sale: 8 or 89%
REO/Bank Owned: 1 or 11%
Short Sales: None
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Financing Type
New Conv 1st: 4 or 44%
FHA Loan: 2 or 22%
All Cash: 2 or 22%
VA Loan: 1 or 11%
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Steady as she goes…..
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Hollister, San Benito County Market Update for April 27, 2013

Solds for the Week of 04-27-13

Official seal of County of San Benito
Official seal of County of San Benito (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Single Family Residential 

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Actives
San Benito County-63 of which REO/Bank Owned-2 or 3%, Short Sales-1 or 2%
Hollister-38 of which REO/Bank Owned-None, Short Sales-1 or 3%
Pendings
San Benito County-138 of which REO/Bank Owned-6 or 4%, Short Sale-67 or 49%
Hollister-113 of which REO/Bank Owned-5 or 4%, Short Sales-58 or 57%
Absorption Rate
San Benito County-.46 months supply of inventory or 14-days
Hollister-.34 months supply of inventory or 10-days
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Solds for the Week: 9
High: $750,000, Traditional Sale, New Conv 1st
Low:  $310,000, Traditional Sale, FHA Loan
Full-Price/Over-Asking: 6 or 67%
Average Sales Price: $471,835.00
Average Square Footage: 2227sf
Average Price/Square Foot: $224/sf
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Sale Type
Traditional Sale: 8 or 89%
Short Sale: 1 or 11%
REO/Bank Owned: None
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Financing Type
New Conv. 1st: 4 or 45%
FHA Loan: 3 or 33%
USDA Loan: 1 or 11%
All CASH: 1 or 11%
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 What stands out this week?
The lack of Bank Owned Properties and Short Sales….
Do I think we no longer have distressed homeowners…No.
Due to the California Homeowner’s Bill of Rights that took effect January 1st, 2013 the rate of foreclosures has further ground to a halt leaving many distressed properties and homeowner’s in a Zombieland.
Some homeowner’s have gotten relief through loan modification and or principle forgiveness.
The magic number for principle forgiveness appears to be about $150,000. I have not heard of any numbers higher then that.
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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for October 2, 2010

Seal of San Benito County, California
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Single Family Residential

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Actives:

San Benito County-200 of which REO/Bank Owned-34 or 17%

Hollister-141 of which REO/Bank Owned-28 or 20%

Pendings:

San Benito County-182 of which REO/Bank Owned-38 or 23%

Hollister-151 of which REO/Bank Owned-32 or 21%

Absorption Rate:

San Benito County-1.1 months supply of inventory or 33 days

Hollister-.93 months supply of inventory or 28 days

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Solds for the week: 18 (4-late reportings 22% … duh)

High: $430,000 Equity Sale, All Cash

Low:  $98,0000 REO/Bank Owned, All Cash

Full-Price/Over-Asking: 9 or 50%

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Sale Type

REO/Bank Owned: 10 or 56%

Equity Sale: 5 or 28% (2 of those were investor flips)

Short Sale: 3 or 17%

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Financing Type

All Cash: 6 or 33%

FHA Loan: 5 or 28%

New Conv 1st: 3 or 17%

VA Loan: 3 or 17%

USDA Loan: 1 or 6%

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Hollster, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for September 25,2010

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Single Family Residential
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Actives:
San Benito County-202 of which REO/Bank Owned-36 or 18%
Hollister-145 of which REO/Bank Owned-30 or 21%

Pendings:
San Benito County-184 of which REO/Bank Owned-40 or 22%
Hollister-153 of which REO/Bank Owned-33 or 22%

Absorption Rate:
San Benito County-1.10 months supply of inventory or 33 days
Hollister- .95 months supply of inventory or 28.5 days
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Solds for the week: 10
High: $590,000 REO/Bank Owned, USDA Loan?
Low:  $125,900 REO/Bank Owned, All CASH
Full-Price/Over-Asking: 2 or 20%
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Sale Type:
REO-6 or 60%
Short Sale-2 or 20%
Equity Sale-2 or 20% (1 was investor flip)
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Financing Type:
All CASH-4 or 40%
New Conv. 1st-2 or 20%
FHA Loan-2 or 20%
USDA Loan-2 or 20%

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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for August 7th, 2010

Seal of San Benito County, California
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Single Family Residential

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Active:

San Benito County-188 of which REO/Bank Owned-27 or 14%

Hollister-123 of which REO/Bank Owned-20 or 16%

Pending:

San Benito County-186 of which REO/Bank Owned-29 or 16%

Hollister-153 of which REO/Bank Owned-26 or 17%

Absorption Rate:

San Benito County-1.01 months supply of inventory

Hollister-.80 months supply of inventory or 24 days

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Solds for the week: 4 (are you kidding…thats pathetic)

High-$289,000  REO/Bank Owned, New Conv. 1st

Low- $175,000  REO/Bank Owned, FHA Loan

Full-Price or Over-Asking-4 or 100%

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Sale Type:

REO/Bank Owned-4 or 100%

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Financing Type:

New Conv. 1st-2 or 50%

FHA Loan-2 or 50%

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What is going on in the market? Is it the mid-summer dull-drums….does the economy sucks much worse than we’re lead to believe…our absorption rate has doubled in recent months….that being said we still technically have a shortage of listings. Our absorption rate is at 1 month a normal supply of inventory would be 3-6 months. Less than 3 is a seller’s market and more than 6 is a buyer’s market. Rates are incredible! I had a buyers loan get locked 2 days ago at 4.375 on a 30 year fixed….There’s no other way to put it…that’s a kick *** rate!

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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for July 10th, 2010

Single Family Residential

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Active Homes:

San Benito County-173 of which REO/Bank Owned-25 or 14%

Hollister-105 of which REO/Bank Owned-21 or 10%

Pending Homes:

San Benito County-195 of which REO/Bank Owned-38 or 19%

Hollister-157 of which REO/Bank Owned-32 or 20%

Absorption Rate:

San Benito County-.89 months supply of inventory or 27-days

Hollister-.67 months supply of inventory or 20-days

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Solds for the week: 13

High-$396,000 Equity Sale, New Conv 1st

Low- $142,000 REO/Bank Owned, FHA Loan

Full-Price/Over-Asking-9 or 71%

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Sale Type:

Equity Sale-5 or 38%

        Investor Flip-2 or 15% of the total solds

REO/Bank Owned-4 or 31%

Short Sale-4 or 31%

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Financing Type:

FHA Loan-6 or 46%

New Conv 1st-5 or 38%

VA Loan-1 or 8%

All Cash-1 or 8%

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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for June 19th, 2010

Map of California highlighting San Benito County
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Single Family Residential

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Actives:

San Benito Couny-167 of which REO/Bank Owned-26 or 16%

Hollister-99 of which REO/Bank Owned-24 or 24%

Pendings:

San Benito County-206 of which REO/Bank Owned-38 or 18%

Hollister-170 of which REO/Bank Owned-32 or 19%

Absorption Rate:

San Benito County-.81 months supply of inventory or 24-days

Hollister-.58 months supply of inventory or 17-days

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Solds for the week: 9

High-$530,000 Equity Sale-All CASH

Low- $145,000 Equity Sale-Seller carried New 1st

Full-Price or Over-Asking-2 or 22%

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Sale Type:

Equity Sale-6 or 67%

Short Sale- 2 or 22%

REO/Bank Owned-1 or 11%

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Financing Type:

New Conv. 1st-3 or 33%

FHA Loan- 2 or 22%

All CASH- 3 or 22%

VA Loan-  1 or 11%

Seller Financing-1 or 11%

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 Wow! Equity Sales still rule the day and a new one….Seller Financing!

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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for June 12, 2010

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Single Family Residential

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Active:

San Benito County-169 of which REO/Bank Owned-26 or 15%

Hollister-98 of which REO/Bank Owned-21 or 21%

Pending:

San Benito County-195 of which REO/Bank Owned-33 or 17%

Hollister-165 of which REO/Bank Owned-31 or 19%

Absorption Rate:

San Bentio County-.87 months supply of inventory or 26/days

Hollister-.59 months supply of inventory or 18/days

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Solds for the week: 16

High-$545,000 Equity Sale, FHA Loan

Low- $220,000 Short Sale, New Conv. 1st

Full-Price or Over-Asking: 5 or 31%

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Sale Type:

Equity Sale-8 or 50%

   Of those 8 – 5 were Investor FLIPS or

   63% of the Equity Sales!

REO/Bank Owned-4 or 25%

Short Sale-4 or 25%

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Financing Type:

New Conv. 1st-8 or 50%

FHA Loan-6 or 38%

All CASH-2 or 12%

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 I think I might need to add a new category under Sale Type: Investor FLIPS! 63% of the Equity Sales were Investor FLIPS and actually as a % of the total Solds they were 31%!

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Hollister, San Benito County Real Estate Market Update for June 5th, 2010

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Single Family Residential

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Actives:

San Benito County-166 of which REO/Bank Owned-23 or 14%

Hollister-99 of which REO/Bank Owned-19 or 19%

Pendings:

San Benito County-195 of which REO/Bank Owned-33 or 17%

Hollister-163 of which REO/Bank Owned-28 or 17%

Absorption Rate:

San Benito County-.85 months supply of inventory or 25/days

Hollister-.61 months supply of inventory or 18/days

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Solds for the week: 21 (another week of late reporting sales)

High: $545,000 Equity Sale, FHA Loan

Low:  $110,000 REO/Bank Owned, All CASH (Tammy’s deal)

Full-Price or Over-Asking: 11 or 52%

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Sale Type:

Equity Sale-9 or 43%

Short Sale-8 or 38%

REO/Bank Owned-4 or 19%

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Financing Type:

New Conventional 1st-9 or 43%

FHA Loan-9 or 43%

VA Loan-2 or 10%

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Wow! Another week of big numbers but really they’re cooked just like the jobs report this week! Many late reporting – Sold’s. One I noticed all the way back to April 15th!

Look! The Equity Sales were king of the hill! Who said there’s not Equity in the marketplace? One third of all US homes have no mortgage against them! You won’t hear that news in the media.

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