Solana Beach Home Sales Update

What is the latest in Solana Beach Real Estate?

January 01, 2012 – June 30, 2012 – Detached 

Active Listings – Homes waiting for the right buyer: There are 32 detached homes ranging in price from $860,000 – $3,950,000
Contingent Listings – Homes waiting for Short Sale approval:
– There are 6 detached homes ranging in price from $475,000 – $1,100,000
Pending Listings – Homes waiting to close:
There are 18 detached homes ranging in price from $489,900 – $2,550,000
Sold Listings – Homes that have a new owner:
There are 42 detached homes which sold from January 01, 2012 – June 30, 2012, ranging in price from $451,160 – $2,425,000

January 01, 2012 – June 30, 2012 – Attached/Townhome

Active Listings – Homes waiting for the right buyer: There are 39 attached homes ranging in price from $290,000 – $1,999,000
Contingent Listings – Homes waiting for Short Sale approval:
There are 8 attached homes ranging in price from $280,000 – $950,000
Pending Listings – Homes waiting to close:
There are 4 attached homes ranging in price from $475,000 – $1,095,000
Sold Listings – Homes that have a new owner:
There are 66 attached homes which sold from January 01, 2012 – June 30, 2012, ranging in prices from $250,000 – $1,499,000

Local Solana Beach News – Paper or Plastic Not an Option in Solana Beach

 Yes, it's true as of August 9th, shoppers are now forced to use their own (reusable) bags while shopping at Sprouts, Von's, and CVS grocery outlets. If they do not have their own bags, they will have to purchase paper bags at $0.10 each. The change follows Solana Beach's City Council's May 9th adoption of the Plastic Bag Reduction Ordinance, which the city sees as an expression of its desire to conserve resources and reduce emissions, waste, beach litter, and marine pollution.

On November 9, the more than 100 smaller retail establishments, vendors, and non-profit vendors will follow suit. The ban does not apply to bags used for newspapers, dry-cleaning, produce, and bulk items and is limited to bags used at point of sale.

Exemptions to the ban include those participating in the California Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), and city approved businesses where undue hardship exists. Nonprofit vendors are exempt for the first year if using donated (used) plastic or paper bags. Any person or establishment that does not adhere to the ordinance could receive a fine up to $250 or a misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $1,000 or even six months in prison. 

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