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Oceanside Housing Market Statistics

Homes Sold in Last 30 Days


160

Average Home Value


$580,000

Average Days On Market


54

If you want to live in southern California but don’t have your heart set on physically living inside a specific city, there are a whole lot of smaller cities and suburbs to choose from. But Oceanside manages to stand head and shoulders over much of its competition. Its location between San Diego and Los Angeles is an obvious selling point, but the real beauty of Oceanside comes from its natural geography. Beautiful beaches are an expectation for any city bold enough to name itself Oceanside, but that’s just the crown jewel for a city that’s rich in natural majesty. The mountains are very close as well, leaving plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, or climbing. But if there’s a landmark that’s emblematic of both Oceanside’s history and its culture, you’ll find it at the pier. Oceanside Pier extends to almost 2,000 feet into the ocean and dates all the way back to the late 19th century. Tying all that together is an impressive sense of community. The public calendar for Oceanside is almost always overflowing with activities, and there’s a particular focus on events that are family-friendly. That strong sense of community is a valuable asset for real estate investors, as it increases the likelihood of your house retaining or increasing in value over the long term.

Nearby Homeowners Who've Looked to Sundae for Help

Sundae will work with you and help you understand your options when it's time to sell your home.
Here are some examples of property types and situations we've encountered near Oceanside.



Street City Zip Beds Baths Year Built Reason For Selling
Cherrywood Oceanside 92056 2 2.5 1990 Relocating / downsizing
Clementine Oceanside 92054 2 1.5 1948 Relocating / downsizing
Sonja Oceanside 92056 3 2 1977 Relocating / downsizing
Freeman Oceanside 92054 2 1 1945 Relocating / downsizing
Nighthawk Oceanside 92056 3 3 1989 Relocating / downsizing
Celeste Oceanside 92056 4 2 1981 Relocating / downsizing
Monica Oceanside 92057 3 2 1973 Relocating / downsizing
Sunningdale Oceanside 92057 4 3 1981 Relocating / downsizing
Joann Oceanside 92056 4 2.5 1975 Relocating / downsizing
Sol Sitio Oceanside 92057 3 2 1964 Relocating / downsizing

Questions About Selling a House in Oceanside

What’s the housing market like in Oceanside?

Oceanside’s housing market can best be described in one word: competitive. That’s a wonderful thing if you’re trying to wring as much money out of your investment as you can but less good if you’re looking to handle the sale yourself. While houses sell quickly and consistently sell for market price or greater, most houses receive multiple offers before a buyer is picked. That demands a higher level of due diligence on the part of the seller. The market is pretty consistent in Oceanside, but the last full year of activity has shown some promising signs for homeowners who are looking to sell. Both the number of homes sold and the prices they’re selling for have increased significantly, and these new houses are selling quicker without forcing an owner to sacrifice cost for that convenience. In terms of how much you can expect to get for your property, Oceanside doesn’t exist that far outside the norm. Most houses in Oceanside sell for a total that’s within a few points of the national market value. As you might expect from a suburb so close to both San Diego and Los Angeles, Oceanside houses tend to be more expensive than the national average. Fortunately, prices stay comfortably within the range of similarly located and sized cities.

How old are the houses in Oceanside?

Oceanside homes aren’t necessarily old, but vintage homes do have an outsized amount of sway on the market. Homes from the 1920s and 1930s have a special amount of appeal, and the vintage look of many of these homes lend an increased layer of charm to a city that’s already bursting at the seams with it. A historic home will earn you a nice little premium on your home, but it’s not a necessity to get a competitive deal on your house.

How long does it take to sell a house in Oceanside?

It generally takes about three months to fully close on a house, but the time of year you choose to sell can affect that too. You can expect your house to be on the market for about 30 days, but that can vary some depending on a variety of different factors like the time of year and the general maintenance of your house.

What is the best time to sell a house in Oceanside?

Oceanside’s housing market is relatively consistent, and that’s a double-edged sword. On the plus side, you can sell your house all year long without having to worry about any dramatic changes in the amount of price you’ll earn. On the flip side of that, you’re unlikely to see your house selling for a price that goes well outside the average. Still, you should generally follow conventional rules when trying to sell a home in Oceanside. In other words, stick to the summer and fall and avoid the long span of winter and spring. The best and worst months for selling a home are June and January, respectively. Still, the variance between average sales only fluctuates within a few percentage points of the average. So the time of year doesn’t need to be a major consideration when planning a sale.

What taxes do I pay when selling a house in Oceanside?

County taxes in California are cheap enough that taxation is going to be very much the same regardless of where in the state your home belongs. Most of the money comes from federal and state taxes, and you can generally expect to pay somewhere between 25% and 30% on the selling price of your home.

What’s the fastest way to sell a house in Oceanside?

Whether you’re looking to sell a home quickly or get as much money out of your property as possible, selling your house in the condition it’s already in can be a sensible choice. Fortunately, a number of companies have come to fill in these needs on both a local and national level. Companies like Sundae do all the heavy lifting, and they manage to do it without dramatically undervaluing your property.

Recent Reviews From Customers Near Oceanside

Sean Bielawski

Oceanside, CA

“Should have had more communication. Missed a drawer with a lot of cooking tools....and my refrigerator. Then embarrassed b6 an ad showing my house saying I walked over a ridiculously low rehab dollar figure that 2nd probably half to a third of what it took.”

Hayes Galitski

Claremont, CA

“From our first contact through closing, Sundae was upfront, transparent, and professional. Ben Ginsberg was personable and thoroughly explained the process and basis for the offer he was authorized to extend to us - on the spot! This was after he toured our home, taking approximately 60 pictures and forwarding them to Sundae's design/sales/assessment team in realtime. The offer was reasonable, we didn't need to make any repairs or improvements, and we were able to negotiate our closing date to accommodate our needs. In short, the process was simple and straightforward; exactly as described by Sundae. If you're thinking of selling your home and don't want the hassle of listing, making repairs, and having showings, check out Sundae - you've got nothing to lose!”

Mark Williams

Escondido, CA

“Very professional and no hassles. Very pleased.”

Freddy Cruz

Escondido, CA

“Ben and the whole staff at sundae are great and we closed when they said we would less then two weeks thanks for all the hard work”

Norma Hurst

Hemet, CA

“Sundae was prompt.”

Miles Beauchamp

LaMesa, CA

“We needed to move mom to an assisted living center and so many things were going on with the planning etc. The last thing we needed was to try and sell a house. Sundae made it simple and easy, transparent the whole way, and it worked seamlessly.”

Anonymous

Lincoln, CA

“Transaction was clean. Not happy with the lowball bid, based on an old listing, then they sell it above market, but that is the cash/flip business. Was a little disappointed with communication during the transaction, but they met all agreed timelines. You should consider them, if your economic needs dictate this type of transaction. They are really pretty good with follow through.”

Renee Reyes

Los Angeles, CA

“I'm so happy I choose Sundae to sell my house to. They were very friendly & easy to deal with. Very straightforward & made the whole process simple. Kevin kept me posted throughout the entire process. I felt I got the best offer for this kind of sale. Not having to deal with open houses or doing any repairs was exactly what I needed. And not having to pay any fees at all was fantastic, especially in the middle of a pandemic.”

Amparo Navalta

Los Angeles, CA

“Reliable & accommodating”

Donald G. Phillips

Pomona, CA

“Great company! Did everything asked of them and did it fast!”

The Sundae Difference

Sundae is changing the way homeowners sell houses that need updates or repairs. Every day our team of market experts help homeowners get the highest off-market price, on their timeline. Sundae is the only place where you can get your property in front of hundreds of investors, without any work or worry.
TRADITIONAL SALES PROCESS
  • Offers from Multiple Buyers
  • 6% of purchase price plus other fees
  • Price haggling and unpredictable offer
  • Clean up and repair hassle
  • Showings and open houses
  • Long sales timeline, often 2-3+ months
PROPERTY INVESTOR
  • One Opinion, One Cash Offer
  • Hidden fees at close
  • Lower prices, zero transparency
  • High-pressure sales tactics, often not trustworthy
  • Small-scale local operators not a trusted brand
  • High-risk they’ll back out, costing you time and money

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