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The three residential units at 10002 Buena Vista Drive, Spring Valley 91977, have been sold for $380,000.


Although the share of single-family distressed home resales in San Diego remained unchanged at 5 percent in November from October, according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR), the distressed share dropped 13 percent last month from a year ago.

Foreclosure rates in the San Diego-Carlsbad area decreased in October over the same period last year, according to CoreLogic.

The end of the year is a time for family, food and celebration for many, but some local commercial real estate agents say it can also be a busy time for their industry.

(AP) -- A fungus that has killed trees throughout Southern California has turned up in Riverside County.

The 18-unit apartment at 798 McClure St., El Cajon 92021, has been sold for $2 million. The price included a cash payment of $594,000 and assumption of a July 2003 loan originally for $1.6 million. The balance of the loan was $1,406,000.

Bidding wars became more common in San Diego in November, according to Redfin’s November 2013 Real-Time Bidding War Report.

The three-unit apartment in Pacific Beach at 4305-4307 Lamont St., San Diego 92109, has been sold for $950,000.


The median home sales price increased slightly in November in the San Diego area, while the pace of sales slowed, according to RealtyTrac.

The 63,987-square-foot Mission Creek Shopping Center at 9430 Cuyamaca St., Santee 92071, has been sold for $11,162,500.

Andrew Peterson, of Cassidy Turley, represented the lessor in the Deal of the Week.

(AP) -- San Luis Obispo County is now free of a pest that has been the scourge of the wine grape industry.

Four residential units within walking distance of the ocean at 1602-1604 Broadway, Oceanside 92054, have been sold for $1.15 million cash.


Three hotels totaling 650 rooms at The Corky McMillin Cos. Liberty Station development were unanimously approved by the California Coastal Commission last week — with a few changes.

This city is the second-largest in the county behind San Diego, and celebrated its centennial in 2011. Chula Vista features a vast array of visitor attractions, like a concert venue and an Olympic training center. The city continues to grow with economic drivers, such as new housing communities and the redevelopment of its waterfront.

Dan Broderick, president of Cassidy Turley of San Diego, said 2013 has been "pretty healthy" for his 95-broker offices, but worries about how company mergers, moves and other factors will impact leasing in 2014.

A new partnership between San Diego Gas & Electric and the U.S. Forest Service aims to preserve 448 acres between El Cajon Mountain and the El Capitan Reservoir, the utility announced.

(AP) -- A Northern California city hit hard by the housing crisis took another step toward using its powers of eminent domain to stave off foreclosures.

The 10,456-square-foot flex industrial building at 1212 Distribution Way, Vista 92081, has been sold for $1,343,000.


A third of San Diego County households were able to afford the county’s median-priced single-family detached (SFD) home in November, up slightly from 32 percent in October but down from 42 percent in November 2012, according to the North San Diego County Association of REALTORS’ HomeDex Report.

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