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Listing #19015039
$319,000 (LP)

5001 S. Shingle,Shingle Springs, CA  95682*   Description: https://media.metrolist.net/rapmlsimages/search/status_new.gifActive (03/13/19) Special Listing Cond: None  DOM/CDOM: 0/0

Acres: 10.3000

Lot Sz: 448668*

   

Area : 12603

     

  Remarks

Super parcel on 10 acres only 2 miles to Hwy 50. Rural property offering shared year round pond with waterfall and creek, a pole barn and glorious private views. The roads and pad are in , gated shared entrance , private pad for your dream home-walk with nature and explore the creek and pond. 

 

                       What a great property , great Location, 2-miles to Highway 50 .

Homes prices are going up and the homes are flying off the shelf.

by Diane Broussard


Home prices are continuing their long-term spell upward, with a February gain of 6.3 percent, according to the S&P CoreLogic/Case-Shiller Indices.

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index’s 10-City Composite, which is an average of 10 metros (Boston, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.), rose 6.5 percent year-over-year, an increase from 6 percent in January. The 20-City Composite—which is an average of the 10 metros in the 10-City Composite, plus Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Portland, Seattle and Tampa—rose 6.8 percent year-over-year, an increase from 6.4 percent in January. Month-over-month, both the 10-City Composite and the 20-City composite rose, each 0.7 percent.

“Home prices continue to rise across the country,” says David M. Blitzer, chairman and managing director of the S&P Dow Jones Indices Index Committee. “The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Index is up 6.3 percent in the 12 months through February 2018. Year-over-year prices measured by the national index have increased continuously for the past 70 months, since May 2012. Over that time, the price increases averaged 6 percent per year. This run, which is still ongoing, compares to the previous long run from January 1992 to February 2007, 182 months, when prices averaged 6.1 percent annually. With expectations for continued economic growth and further employment gains, the current run of rising prices is likely to continue.

The Sun is here--Time to go shopping for a new home

by Diane Broussard

ranchandvines.com

The temp should be in the 80"s this weekend, time to come up to the foothills and go house shopping. WE have some great buys. Check out country homes on acreage with tall trees, and room for all your critters--maybe dirt bikes --whatever. Time to leave the hustle and bustle of the computer city and get some Mother Nature. Your Mother will take good care of you and heal your frazzled nerves. Worth the drive home.

Homes range from the $300's to the $600's.

El Dorado County Market Update

by Diane Broussard

Wow, the inventory in El Dorado County is at a very low place. As soon as a home hits the market it is sold. The problem is, that when a seller decides to sell, he needs to move someone else. With nothing to buy –we are at a state mate, unless sellers start moving out of area or out of state. What usually happens right now is land sales increase as buyers decide to build their own homes. There are only a few flips left so the time is ripe for spec builders to start new homes. El Dorado County has reduced permit fees, that should start a trend of new homes being built in the rural parts of the County. If you own land, now is time to sell and if you want to build, now is time to buy.  

Thoughts by Diane Broussard

Realtor since 1990

El Dorado County Market Update

by Diane Broussard

Wow, the inventory in El Dorado County is at a very low place. As soon as a home hits the market it is sold. The problem is, that when a seller decides to sell, he needs to move someone else. With nothing to buy –we are at a state mate, unless sellers start moving out of area or out of state. What usually happens right now is land sales increase as buyers decide to build their own homes. There are only a few flips left so the time is ripe for spec builders to start new homes. El Dorado County has reduced permit fees, that should start a trend of new homes being built in the rural parts of the County.                                          If you own land, now is time to sell and if you want to build, now is time to buy.  


Thoughts by Diane Broussard

Realtor since 1990

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