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April Newsletter

Dear Friends,

We are at the start of the selling season! The annual Pebble Beach Food & Wine event kicked off earlier in the month, wherein foodies and wine lovers from all over the country, and the world, rushed in to satiate their appetites at the ultimate, star studded, culinary extravaganza. Celebs like Guy Fieri, star of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”, dished out their favorite cuisines with all the right pairings alongside Pebble Beach’s famed golf courses and coastline. The Monterey Peninsula continues to impress with many of the world’s most elite events, all of which are a magnetic draw for real estate aficionados and connoisseurs, alike. We are all so fortunate to live in a place offering such an unparalleled combination of relaxation and recreation.

2015 is starting to look like another prosperous year in real estate. After the usual seasonal slowdown in new home sales in Carmel, Pebble Beach and the other high-end niche markets of the area, the tail end of March picked up rather quickly, eliminating much of the existing inventory from the market. Many of these new, pending sales from March have completed during the month of April, with the trend seemingly continuing into May. While we didn’t see quite the same level of growth in 2014 that we witnessed in 2013, the lack of inventory is likely to raise prices further over the Spring and coming Summer, creating an increasingly seller’s market. That said, sellers will need to pay a close eye to rising interest rates, which could impede the velocity of the market, albeit more so in the low to mid range, versus the high-end markets of Carmel and Pebble Beach, which are primarily cash and equity driven.

As always, thanks for following, and here’s to a killer 2015 real estate season.

Cheers,

Ryan & Team

Carmel by the Sea Real Estate

Carmel-by-the-Sea real estate is currently at 17 available homes, with 5 completed single family residence transactions during the month of March.

Carmel Real Estate

Carmel Real Estate is currently at 143 available homes, with 37 completed single family residence transactions during the month of March.

Pebble Beach Real Estate

Pebble Beach real estate is currently at 67 available homes, with 10 completed single family residence transactions during the month of March.

Carmel Valley Real Estate

Carmel Valley real estate is currently at 43 available homes, with 8 completed single family residence transactions during the month of March.

Carmel Highlands Real Estate

Carmel Highlands real estate is currently at 7 available homes, with 3 completed single family residence transactions during the month of March.

Disclaimer: The numbers and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.

Dear Friends,

One of my two favorite event weeks is upon us! Next week kicks off the AT&T Pro-Amateur Celebrity Golf Tournament. Since I was a kid, my parents and I would help Ron Faia and the gang in the Carmel Youth Center Tent out on the 14th Fairway at Pebble Beach. The wind would be blowing the tent over, heavy showers prompting everyone on the course to seek shelter under our 2 foot overhangs, and yet there we would be serving up hot dogs and poor boys, Heinekens and cigars, oblivious to the torrential downpour and violent storm on the verge of yanking our tent out of the ground and disposing of it in the sea below. We were living! This has far and wide been the story for many an AT&T, and something that makes it unique, drawing people from around the world to want to brave the elements with us in style. We hope to see you there again this year. We will be!

The Carmel and Pebble Beach real estate markets have kicked off again in the last couple of weeks.  More listings, more properties going into contract and more buyers entering the market and engaging again. After a couple of sleepy months, it is nice to see things pick back up again from their seasonal lull. As many know, we have had low inventory levels, which make it a good time to be a seller and harder to be a buyer. Interest rates have dropped, yet again, to 3.66% for 30 year fixed (Freddie Mac). And to that point, any of our friends and clients that are thinking about a refi, or who have not refi’d and have a higher rate, you ought to initiate that right now while the window is open. Feel free to call me and I can recommend someone good based on your situation.

Last week Ryan Melcher Properties won a David Lyng Real Estate President’s Club Champion Award for having top sales numbers. David Lyng Real Estate is the #1 brokerage in the greater Monterey and Santa Cruz County, with a total of 5 offices, specializing in luxury real estate and marketing.  Today we closed a really neat, mid-century, quintessential Carmel Valley rancher home, complete with pool and overhanging Royal Palm, out by the Los Laureles Lodge for $1.255M…a real treat. The market is moving!

Thank you to all our friends for your continued support, and as always, if you or someone you know is thinking of buying or selling a property, please refer them to us and we will make sure they are well take care of.  Please scroll down for the January numbers…. Note: blog.ryanmelcher.com will be down sometime tomorrow, probably in the evening, for a full site conversion. We have an all-new design and active Google advertising platform going live this month.

Cheers,

Ryan & Team

Carmel Real Estate

Carmel real estate inventory is currently at 133 available homes, with 18 completed single family residence transactions during the month of January.

Carmel-by-the-Sea Real Estate

Our local MLS has recently added a “Carmel-by-the-Sea” city location. Some homes in this location are still populating in “Carmel” and visa versa.  MLS Carmel-by-the-Sea real estate inventory is currently at 24 available homes, with 3 completed single family residence transactions during the month of January.

Pebble Beach Real Estate

Pebble Beach real estate inventory is currently at 67 available homes, with 7 completed single family residence transactions during the month of January.

Carmel Valley Real Estate

Some areas of Carmel Valley that have historically been considered the Valley, are now populating in our MLS as “Carmel”. We will see if they stick with this but for now…. Carmel Valley real estate inventory is currently at 37 available homes, with 6 completed single family residence transactions during the month of January. What you and I think of as the “Valley” is a bit more active than that. Apologies for the variance.

Carmel Highlands

Carmel Highlands real estate inventory is currently at 8 available homes, with 1 completed single family residence transaction during the month of January.

Disclaimer: The numbers and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.

 

Dear Friends,

We finally had some rain! Two separate storm fronts in the last month, and even a multi-day storm expected to roll in tomorrow. All I can say is we NEEDED it. With some of our water well tests coming back over the Summer at less than positive numbers, we could use some help with the local water table. Anything to push those raw land deals along!

This past Friday evening, Carmel held the annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, and after one of the longest droughts on record, it was completely rained out in one of the most torrential downpours I’ve seen in a long time. Upon arrival, we ran across the street, already soaked to the bone, and bought the first celebratory umbrella we could find. The rain let up right as it was time to light the tree, and by then most people had scattered into the nearby restaurants and bars to take cover. We caught the tail end of the commencement Christmas song by Myles Williams on the mic, and then darted through the Wells Fargo parking lot to local favorite restaurant, Tommy’s Wok, to meet friends and family. I’ve never seen it so crowded! We wrapped up the evening at Boucheè, which is a great fine dining French restaurant off of Ocean on Mission Street. Highly recommend.

Real estate-wise, Carmel and Pebble Beach slowed down a bit for the holidays. We historically get our typical flurry of business from about the week after Thanksgiving through the week leading up to Christmas. It feels like that is happening a little bit again this year. Then things slowly pick up again after the New Year.

Some exciting news: Ryan Melcher Properties is rolling out the most robust, state-of-the-art digital advertising in our area. We’re getting an all new face lift, multiple new websites directed at each area to showcase your home to buyers in Silicon Valley, SF, Southern CA, Texas, New York and New England, Fresno, and overseas to name a few! We now have a full-time digital marketing team on staff to provide a totally customizable solution to get your properties in front of the most buyers. This is unique to Ryan Melcher Properties and not to any other team or agency in town! Without giving away all our secrets, just know that your family and friends that you refer to us next year will be in the best hands in town, and we appreciate all your continued support. Happy Holidays and here’s to a smashing end to 2014!

As always, please think of us if you or a friend needs representation. We subsist almost entirely upon referrals from you. Please scroll down for market activity by area.

Cheers,

Ryan & Team

Carmel Real Estate

Carmel real estate inventory is currently at 139 homes, with 40 total completed transactions during the month of November.

Pebble Beach Real Estate

Pebble Beach real estate inventory is currently at 60 available homes, with a total of 6 completed transactions during the month of November.

Carmel Valley Real Estate

Carmel Valley real estate inventory is currently at 44 available homes, with a total of 5 completed transactions during the month of November.

Carmel Highlands real estate

Carmel Highlands real estate inventory is currently at 9 available homes, with a total of 9 completed transactions during the month of November.

Disclaimer: The numbers and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.

Dear Friends,

As the days grow shorter, the nights colder and the holidays nearer, some buzz persists in our quaint little town. This last weekend was the annual Big Sur Food & Wine festival, and we headed out to the Grand Tasting at Pfeiffer State Park with some good friends to celebrate life and the pursuit of happiness. Back in town, clear Winter skies proved good beach weather for us locals and our dogs. We took our St Bernard, Charlie, to Carmel beach, and he galloped directly into the crashing waves, to the delight of onlookers. Nothing beats throwing on a fleece and taking the dog to the beach on a brisk Winter day, latte or cappuccino in hand compliments of Carmel Valley Coffee Roasting Company.

While our real estate season isn’t at it’s peak, we’re maintaining some decent velocity going into the holidays. New inventory is falling a bit, as is normal this time of year, so it can still be an advantageous time to be a seller, with less competition. Last month we closed a nice, newer construction listing of ours in the downtown area from a $2.1M list. This evening we listed a $1,249,000 ocean view home in the Carmel Views area. You can see Point Lobos in the distance. Things are continuing to move, tourism remains strong as we exit Indian Summer, and I for one welcome the changing season. It has been a good year.

As always, please think of us if you or a friend needs representation. We subsist almost entirely upon referrals from you. Please scroll down for market activity by area.

Cheers,

Ryan & Team

Carmel

Carmel real estate inventory is currently at 123 available homes, with 34 total transactions occurring during October, ranging from $270K to $4.95M.

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach real estate inventory is currently at 68 available homes, with 16 total transactions ranging from $608K to $31.25M.

Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley real estate inventory is currently at 82 available homes, with 10 total transactions ranging from $365K to $1.15M.

Carmel Highlands

Carmel Highlands real estate inventory is currently at 25 available homes, with 1 transaction at $1.425M.

As I ran down Bird Rock this morning, in the Country Club West area of Pebble, I couldn’t help thinking how fortunate we are to experience such an incredible area. I grew up in Carmel Valley, going to the Beach Club with my mom and dad when sunny days permitted, but as I ran along 17 Mile, watching the waves in the fog today, I couldn’t have felt more blessed. What a special place! Each of our magnificent areas, whether 85 degrees in the Valley sun, or 60 along the beach in Carmel or Pebble Beach, offers something so unique to that specific area, that I am constantly falling in love with each of them on an ongoing basis. In any case, I am feeling grateful today.

This past Sunday marked the final day of our area’s most popular event, Concours Week here on the Monterey Peninsula. We had a successful office party at our main office on Lincoln between 7th and Ocean Avenue, on Tuesday, and then various other events, including the McCall’s event at the Monterey Jet Center,  the “Quail” on Friday at Quail Lodge in Carmel Valley and the Concours Italiano out at Black Horse Bayonet Gold Course in Marina, the Historic Auto Races on Saturday at Laguna Seca Raceway,  and finally, the Creme de la creme of the week, the Concours d’Elegance on the 18th hole at the Lodge at Pebble Beach. What a fantastic time we all had. We did not have much business during this time because, contrary to popular belief, the car fanatics that are here during this time generally wait until a later date to return to the Peninsula to look at real estate (which is fine with me as I am one such fanatic). All in all, however, excellent exposure for our area to a slough of new future buyers.

July was a great month for my team and me, followed by what is looking like another solid month.  This Sunday, we have gorgeous new construction home in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea coming to market at $2.099M. This property has filtered ocean views, a luxurious master bathroom and all the amenities. While using the highest quality marketing materials and photos, we have also had our video team into the property to take a video, which we have edited with voice over to release to our local broker network, the internet and our Luxury Real Estate affiliates network for maximum exposure.

Our local real estate market is hot! We have active buyers all over the place, coupled with a resulting lack of inventory. This can equate to a lot of frustration and some additional price increases. While you won’t necessarily get an outlandish asking price for your property, now is a great time to be a seller. If you’re a buyer, jumping quickly on an opportunity can turn the tide in your favor. As they say, strike while the iron is hot! Interest rates have stayed about the same for the past few months, hovering right above 4% for a 30 year fixed rate.

As always, if you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide superior service, in-depth market knowledge and thoughtful guidance through the entire process. Please scroll down for the market breakdown by area.

Cheers,

Ryan

Carmel

Carmel real estate inventory is currently at 125 available homes, with closed transactions up from last month at a total of 32 during the month of July, ranging from $399K to $5M.

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach real estate inventory is currently at  77 available homes, with closed transactions up from last month at a total of 11 during the month of July, ranging from $796K to $3.65M.

Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley real estate inventory is currently at 85 available homes, with closed transactions staying exactly the same at 16 for the month of July, ranging from $156K to $1.3M.

Carmel Highlands

Carmel Highlands real estate inventory is currently at 23 available homes, with no closed transactions last month.

Disclaimer: The numbers and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.

Dear Friends,

Real estate picked up again during April, the close of tax season. I’m happy to report that new listings and more active buyers have followed, including a new listing that I brought to market yesterday in the Miramonte area of the Valley, next door to Bernardus Lodge. I have a good feeling about this season; it should be a great time to list with Summer in front of us and healthy real estate forecasts.

Cinco De Mayo is coming up, with local festivities planned at popular watering holes like Baja Cantina. We also have Memorial Day Weekend, which should bring another influx of interested real estate seekers. This week brought us a heat wave that I’m hoping will continue into Summer and get people off the fence and buying up properties in time for Summer.

As always, if you or someone you know is thinking about buying or selling, please call me directly. It’s never too early to get a jump on something, even if you’re not planning on making a move for a few months. And now onto the update….

Cheers,

Ryan

Carmel Real Estate

Carmel inventory is down from 125 to 119 available homes. Closed transactions dropped from 24 to 20, with all but about 4 either near the downtown or Carmel Point areas, and with prices ranging from $725K to $3.3M. The highest priced closing was on Carmel Point at 26276 Camino Real for $3.3M. This was a newer, very well done home at over 2,600 sq ft with a Craftsman flare. There were some interesting sales, including a pied a terre that fetched a premium of $1.9M just off Ocean in the commercial district at the NW corner of Lincoln & 5th, and an over-sized, split level, dated home with a pool at Carmelo 4 SW Ocean. I don’t often see pools in this area. New, pending sales have picked up quite a bit; at the time of this report, there are currently 36 pending transactions from the month of April, up from 24 the previous month. 7 pending sales are over the $2M mark, the highest being a brand new, spec home at 2992 Franciscan Way that sold the first day on market from an asking of $3.595M. There seems to be a push towards new construction sales in the $2M to $3.5M range that’s bringing quite a few new builders to market. There were 2 closed land sales; a standard 4,000 sq ft lot on Monte Verde & 9th sold for $900K, and a parcel at the mouth of the Valley in the Carmel Views area sold for $425K.

Pebble Beach Real Estate

Pebble Beach inventory is up from 58 to 65 available homes. Closed transactions last month ticked upwards ever so slightly from 10 to 11. For April, Pebble didn’t break the $3M mark, and the high, high-end seems to have taken a small break. The highest priced closing was a beautiful ocean and course view home at 2877 17 Mile Drive for $2.895M, while the most notable was probably a stunning 80’s contemporary 1545 Venadero Rd, just up from the Lodge and centrally located, for $2.65M. At the time of this report, new, pending sales from the month of April stayed at 13, the same as the previous month. Most notable was a new construction, California contemporary of the utmost quality and materials at 3136 Stevenson Drive, from an asking price of $2.69M. While the market for this immediate location usually does not command these types of prices, a buyer saw difference in quality and opted to pay a premium. There was one vacant lot that closed at Sunridge & Sunset for $300K.

Carmel Valley Real Estate

Valley inventory is up slightly from 83 to 85 available homes. Closed transactions last month rose from 15 to 21, ranging from about $750K on Laurel Drive closer to the Village, to $3.825M in the Santa Lucia Preserve. $3.825M was the highest number for the month at 6 Rumsen Trice, which was a somewhat recent construction, beautiful Spanish hacienda style compound with views of the hills. Also quite notable was a sale in the Quail Meadows development at 5463 Quail Meadows Drive for $3.56M. This was a private, sophisticated, European Heritage home of over 5,500 sq ft and views of the Valley. New sales dropped from 29 down to 16 for the month, something which I think is due to a lack of inventory for this area. We saw action in both Quail Lodge and Carmel Valley Ranch developments, as well as the Los Laureles Grade area. Most notable was probably a river-side home at 59 East Garzas Road from an asking of $1.795M- elegant, flowing floor plan, high ceilings and newer construction.  There were 2 closed vacant lot sales, both in the Preserve, and both on San Clemente for $600K and $365K, respectively. Two pending lot sales: one on Asoleado in the Preserve from an asking of $299K, and another on San Clemente from an asking of $439K.

Carmel Highlands Real Estate

The Highlands inventory rose a bit from 23 to 25 available homes. Closed transactions came up from just a single sale the previous month, to a total of 3 for April. As is somewhat typical, all three sales were over $1M, and two were far over. The most notable was at 155 Highway 1, which a newer, modern, if not Tony Stark-esque home cascading over the edge of the cliff and into the whitewater below. Truly a phenomenal property for $5.75M. Another high-dollar sale was at 106 Yankee Point Drive for $4.85M. This was a large, single-level view home on the edge of the water. No vacant lot sales of any kind.

Disclaimer: The numbers and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.

Carmel Real Estate

4 closed transactions in Carmel last week; there was a sale at Monte Verde 2 NE 13th for an over-sized cottage, slightly dated but a nice design and floor plan for $1.975M, another over-sized dated sale at Carmelo 4 SW of Ocean with a pool for $1.8M with a quirky floor plan, a sale at San Carlos 2 NW 9th (very busy street) for a much older, single walled construction cottage of standard size for $1.3M and a cute, slightly undersized “Quintessential Carmel Cottage” at Torres 4 SW 10th for $1.15M.

A bit of an increase in Carmel real estate new sale activity last week; there was a sale at 26276 Camino Real for a newer large, 4 bedroom custom home on the backside of Carmel Point from an asking price of $3.298M, a new construction, standard 1600 sq ft very custom cottage with views facing Carmel Valley of Fish Ranch over the old Odello artichoke fields sold almost right away from an asking of $2.695M,  a 90’s build Carmel cottage with a bit of old world charm and some great bay views sold at San Carlos 4 NW of 1st in the RLS lower school neighborhood from an asking of $1.845M, an over-sized Carmel Woods mid-century home with a sophisticated touch sold from an asking of $1.075M and a very small, older cottage at 24816 Santa Rita in the Northeast area sold from an asking of $680K.

Pebble Beach Real Estate

No closings in Pebble Beach, but we did have 3 new pending sales; a sale at 1032 San Carlos Road for a large, dated home overlooking the 2nd hole of the MPCC shore course from an asking of $1.495M, a sale at 4079 Los Altos Drive for a large, wooden home with guest house and no view from an asking of $1.2M and a sale at 1107 Mariners Way  from an asking of $995K for an eclectic but remodeled home near the PG gate.

Carmel real estate picked up the pace last week with 5 closed sales, most notably New England style cottage in the Golden Rectangle on the corner of San Antonio & 11th for $2.05M, with 2 beds and 2 baths, and a peek of the whitewater. Other interesting sales were a slightly over-sized vintage Carmel cottage closed on San Carlos & 13th for $1.2M, and a stunning remodel on a private knoll and surrounded by mature oaks in the Carmel Hills area accessed behind Carmel High for $1.1M. Major takeoff for Carmel with a total of 10 new sales, most notably a resale that fell out of escrow in the last week or two and went back under contract this week, at 26334 River Park Place near Carmel River School for a custom craftsman home at a list price of $2.15M. Since this home is outside of the Rectangle and the Point, and relatively close to the elementary school, the list price and quickness at which is went under contract is very indicative of the upward momentum of the market. There was also a sale at Monte Verde & 13th for a over-sized, well kept custom home at a list price of $2.095M.

Only a single closing for the Pebble Beach real estate market last week, at 1272 Padre Lane at $3.33M for a large floor plan and big views with excellent potential. Pebble picked up just a bit with 3 new pending sales, all of which were on the North side, and most notable of which was at 1050 The Old Drive for a modestly sized, remodeled classic Pebble Beach single level home from an asking of $1.375M. There was also at 4021 El Bosque Drive for an older but well maintained flat-roofed home at an asking of $1.15M, and a dated home at asking of $719K at 2967 Sloat Road.

Feeling some solid push in the Carmel market…….

Cheers,

Ryan

This week’s numbers paint a pretty good picture of where things are heading for Carmel this season. While closed transactions were down to just 1, new sales jumped up in our Carmel real estate market to 9. Our single closing was in the Carmel Woods area on Santa Fe & 2nd for a nicely finished home at $1.6M. Of the 9 new sales, the most notable was a sale on Scenic & Ocean, just inside the Golden Rectangle, from an asking of $2.895M (some ocean views) and an oversized Carmel Point Cottage at 26138 Camino Real from an asking of $2.295M. Other sales included Lobos & 4th from an asking of $1.9M for an oversized artistic home, a smaller Carmel cottage on Torres & 10th from an asking of $1.196M, a Carmel Views home at 24800 Outlook Drive with Point Lobos Views from an asking of $1.195M, a mid-century home in the Hatton Fields area at 75735 North Mesa Drive from an asking of $1.125M, a good looking cottage in the Carmel Woods area at 24623 Upper Trails from an asking of $995k, another Carmel Views home at 26085 Dougherty Place from an asking of $729K and finally a small Carmel Woods cottage by Highway 1 at 24535 South San Luis Avenue from an asking of $452K.

Pebble Beach real estate showed a similar change in momentum with 3 closed transactions, and then a jump to 5 new sales. My favorite of the closed sales was an estate-style home between Spyglass and MPCC courses, and overlooking the 14th and 15th tees of MPCC, at 3189 Bird Rock Road for $2.5M. There was also a closed sale at 1555 Viscaino Road at $2.01M for a gracious gated estate with no views, and a well kept ranch-style home with an ocean glimpse and some decent perspective sold in the Spanish Bay area at 2872 Oak Knoll Road for $1.195M. Of the new Pebble Beach sales, the most notable was an architectural masterpiece with big ocean views in the Macomber Estates at 3235 Macomber Drive from an asking of $12.8M. An interesting contemporary offering near the Lodge just off 17 Mile Drive also was a new pending sale from an asking of $2.85M at 1545 Venadero Road. There was also a new sale at 2930 Bird Rock Road in the Country Club East area from an asking of $2.595M, 1403 Cantera Court from an asking of $1.995M and a home at 1135 Mestres Drive (also in the Country Club East area) sold from an asking of $1.265M.

It’s getting more competitive out there!

Cheers,

RM

While most of us revel in the golfing culture and tournament festivities on the Peninsula, I think I speak for the majority when I say we were happy to get back to life as usual last week. After an intense drought, we were fortunate to have some on and off showers – not quite enough, but enough to keep us in the game. Luckily, last week the city council of Marina voted 3-1 (who the heck votes against MORE water for the county??!) to approve the water sampling necessary to move forward (extremely slowly! Ugh) on the next phase of the proposed desalinization plant. Construction of this facility could mean a lifting of the moratorium on new water hookups, additional water credits for existing homes and lower Cal-Am water costs- something I know we’re all wishing for.

Moving on to Carmel real estate, last week Carmel proper saw 3 closed transactions, all of which happened to be in the city of Carmel-by-the-Sea. There was a closing in prime Carmel on 12th & Carmelo for $2.395M, and 2 others in the Carmel Woods East and West areas. 4 new sales, my favorite of which was a new sale on River Park Place between Carmel River School and the Carmel Point area for a finished, Carmel Cottage style home at an asking of $2.15M- sold right away.

Pebble Beach real estate enjoyed a little more action this week with 6 closed transactions. Most of the action was in the Country Club area of MPCC, with the exception of a big bomber on Spruance Road on the estate side of Pebble, which sold for $2.5M with no view. Pebble slowed in activity last week with 2 new sales; a view home on Padre Lane from an asking of $3.975M and an older estate home on Riata from an asking of $2.595M.

As always, please call with any questions. All inquiries are always kept confidential.

Cheers,

Ryan

Local Events

2/21/2014      “Be My Loco Coco” Monthly Pop Up food and music event. This one is never to miss~ Purchase tickets at eatlocococo.com

2/21/2014   Monterey Symphony presents “Innovation”
2/22/2014   Monterey Symphony presents “Innovation”
2/23/2014   Monterey Symphony presents “Innovation”

 

Disclaimer: The numbers, data and activity represented in this report were drawn directly from the MLS, the California Association Of Realtors, Freddie Mac and other unique and syndicated sources, and are generally accepted as correct but are subject to change and/or mistakes.