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Watsonville Condos - Condo Values in Watsonville, CA

WATSONVILLE CONDOS - CONDO VALUES IN WATSONVILLE, CA

Watsonville, CA is located in the southern part of Santa Cruz County between Aptos and Moss Landing.  There are many different condo and townhome complexes in the Watsonville area.  For first time buyers or investors looking to get into the Real Esatate market at a low price, a Watsonville Condo many be a good option for you.  In this post we will take a look at the prices of Watsonville Condos over the past year of 2009.

The median price of a Watsonville Condo is 2009 was just under $200,000.  This is way down from 2 years ago when the median price of a Watsonville Condo was $438,000! 

To the right you can see a graph of median prices of Watsonville Condos over the year of 2009.  Watsonville Condo prices are down about 15% over the year.

 

 

The number of sales of Watsonville Condos have really increased over the year of 2009.  In 2008, 84 Watsonville Condos were sold compared to 2009 when 114 Watsonville Condos sold.  The drop in condo prices in Watsonville has enticed investors and homebuyers back into the market so we are seeing more sales now. 

In Watsonville there are some very nice affordable condos for sale now.  Please feel free to contact me for a list of Watsonville Condos for sale.

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* All Stats and Graphs from Clarus Market Metrics and MLSListings.com

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Authored by Jessica Wallace, Santa Cruz Realtor

 
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Comment balloon 1 commentJessica Wallace • February 11 2010 06:46PM

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Jessica, I bought a few condos in Watsonville and a whole bunch of people tried to talk me out of it, they were one of the best investments I ever made, sold em for a whole lot more than I bought em for, isn't that what is supposed to happen...

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