CENTURY 21 HOMETOWN REALTY NAMED “REAL TRENDS 500” FOR 2017

The California Association of Realtors has named CENTURY 21 Hometown Realty as one of the “Real Trends 500” for 2017. The Arroyo Grande based brokerage ranked 1st on the Central Coast out of all brokerages and 54 in the nation of C21 brokers with 1117 transactions. The REAL Trends 500, now in its 31st year, remains the undisputed leading report ranking the performance of the top residential real estate brokerage...

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TRUE AMERICANA MEANS BIG BUSINESS FOR CENTRAL COAST

It’s Mid-State Fair time here on the Central Coast! A timeless tradition of true Americana, celebrating our heritage of agriculture, arts, crafts, competitions and show-stopping entertainment. Bright lights, carnival rides, fair food, exhibits and top-name entertainers were just some of the reasons that a record-breaking 430,000 guests made the trek to Paso Robles in 2017. If the entertainment line-up is a top indicator for guest attendance, 2018 will be on...

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Flip This Website

As Realtors, we love a great renovation! Renovations are serious hard work but when done right, bring great satisfaction. The keys to a successful project are making sure you start with a solid structure, good planning, incorporate beautiful style but the layout must be warm, inviting and functional. We're happy to announce C21 Hometown Realty has just completed a flip of our C21Home.com website and we’ve accomplished all of that!...

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November Inventory Offers Few Options to Central Coast Buyers

Scant Supplies of Listings Push up Prices for Burned out Buyers Arroyo Grande, CA – December 20, 2017−Inventories of homes for sale in California’s Central Coastal Counties reached its lowest levels in November, driving prices up and home buyer confidence down. Home sales declined in San Luis Obispo County for the fourth straight month as low inventories, and rising prices discouraged buyers. In Santa Barbara County, families who lost their...

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Central Coastal Home Prices Remained Strong in October

Inventories are Chronically Low as New Listings Trail 2016 Levels Arroyo Grande, CA – November  15, 2017 With the opening of the fall season, home prices sales cooled off in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties for the second month in a row. Prices continued to rise as the three-year drought of listings continued.    Higher prices and fewer homes to choose discouraged buyers and percent lower than they were...

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Central Coastal Home Sales Cooled Off with Summer’s End

September Home Prices Rose Despite Softer Demand Arroyo Grande, CA – October 19, 2017─ Home sales in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties wilted in the record heat in the last weeks of September.  The summer ended with rising prices and seasonally low inventories of homes for sale, according to the September Central Coastal Market Report from Century 21 Hometown Realty. High prices and meager supplies of homes for...

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Central Coastal Home Sales Bounced Back in August

Arroyo Grande, CA – September 18, 2017─ Despite a continued shortage of homes for sale, home sales in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties recovered in August after falling 6 percent in July.  August sales  rose 13.5 percent over July in the two-county region and ended the month 2 percent higher than they were a year ago and total sold volume of h comes in the region rose nearly...

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Central Coastal Home Sales Declined Again in July

High Prices Make Homes Unaffordable and Fail to Attract Sellers in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties Arroyo Grande, CA – August 18, 2017,─ The drought of homes for sale in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties last month drove up prices to record levels, making homes less affordable and limiting choices for buyers.  Sales responded by falling significantly below levels of a year ago for the second...

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Central Coastal Homes Sell at Record Pace as Supply Shortage Continues

June Prices Remained Strong, but Sales Declined in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties Arroyo Grande, CA – June 18, 2017─ Homes flew off the shelves in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties last month as demand remained strong despite rising prices and chronically low inventories of homes for sale that are so serious they depressed sales in California’s Central Coastal Region, according to the June Central Coastal...

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May Home Sales Improved as New Listings Reduced Inventory Deficits in California’s Central Coastal Counties

 Homes Continue to Sell at Near-record Pace Arroyo Grande, CA – June 20. 2017─ Home sales rebounded in California's Central Coastal Counties last month as inventories slowly improve across the three-county region.  As home sellers responded to rising spring prices, sellers gobbled up homes within two or three weeks in most markets, reversing the Apri sales slump.  A wave of new listings in San Luis Obispo and Ventura Counties help to...

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