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Will San Diego home prices go down in 2023

Will San Diego Home Prices Go Down in 2023?

San Diego home prices – expert forecast for 2023

 

San Diego home price appreciation is cooling as well. As the San Diego housing market cools in response to the dramatic rise in mortgage rates, And if you’re following along with headlines in the media, you’re probably seeing a wide range of opinions calling for everything from falling home prices to ongoing appreciation. But what’s true? What’s most likely to happen moving forward?

 

Will San Diego Home Prices go down
Will San Diego Home Prices go down

While opinions differ, the most likely outcome is we’ll fall somewhere in the middle of slight appreciation and slight depreciation. Here’s a look at the latest expert projections, so you have the best information possible today.

 

 

 

What the Experts Are Saying About Home Prices in San Diego

 

The graph below shows the most up-to-date forecasts from five experts in the housing industry. These are the experts that have most recently updated their projections based on current market trends:

 

 

What’s Ahead for Home Prices? | MyKCM

 

 

As the graph shows, the three blue bars represent experts calling for ongoing home price appreciation, just at a more moderate rate than in recent years. The red bars on the graph are experts calling for home price depreciation.

 

While there isn’t a clear consensus, if you take the average (shown in green) of all five of these forecasts, the most likely outcome is, nationally, home price appreciation will be fairly flat next year.

 

 

 

What Does This Mean for homeowners in San Diego?

 

Basically, experts are divided on what’s ahead for 2023. Home prices will likely depreciate slightly in some markets and will continue to gain ground in others. It all depends on the conditions in your local market, like how overheated that market was in recent years, current inventory levels, buyer demand, and more.

The good news is home prices are expected to return to more normal levels of appreciation rather quickly. The latest forecast from Wells Fargo shows that, while they feel prices will fall in 2023, they think prices will recover and net positive in 2024. That forecast calls for 3.1% appreciation in 2024, which is a number much more in line with the long-term average of 4% annual appreciation.

 

 

And the Home Price Expectation Survey (HPES) from Pulsenomics, a poll of over one hundred industry experts, also calls for ongoing appreciation of roughly 2.6 to 4% from 2024-2026. This goes to show, even if San Diego home prices decline slightly next year, it’s not expected to be a lasting trend.

 

As Jason Lewris, Co-Founder and Chief Data Officer for Parcl, says:

“In the absence of trustworthy, up-to-date information, real estate decisions are increasingly being driven by fear, uncertainty, and doubt.”

Don’t let fear or uncertainty change your plans. If you’re unsure about where San Diego home prices are headed or how to make sense of what’s going on in today’s housing market, reach out to a local real estate professional for the guidance you need each step of the way.

 

 

 

Bottom Line about San Diego home prices in 2023

 

The housing market is shifting, and it’s a confusing place right now.

Let’s connect so you have a trusted real estate professional to help you make confident and informed decisions about what’s happening in our market.

 

 

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