South Lake Tahoe Homes for Sale Listed This Week

lake tahoe luxury home There were 7 new listings of South Lake Tahoe homes for sale during the week of November 5 – 12, 2012.  The homes are all located in South Lake Tahoe, California.

The homes are in 5 different neighborhoods: Tahoe Keys, Meyers, Tahoe Paradise, Tahoe Island Park and the Y Area neighborhoods.

The new entries to the Lake Tahoe MLS range from a 4 bedroom fixer upper cabin in Meyers listed for $159,000 to a 3 bedroom waterfront home in the Tahoe Keys for $1,299,999.  The 7 homes listed this week will bring the total number of homes available for sale on the South Lake Tahoe MLS to 188.  This number has been shrinking every week for some time now. There were 201 homes for sale just last week and 212 the week before!

Addresses of Newly Listed South Lake Tahoe Homes for Sale:

1229 Apache Avenue, Meyers Neighborhood, $159,000

1071 Navahoe Drive, Tahoe Paradise Neighborhood, $199,900 – Bank Owned

1173 Margaret Avenue, Y Area Neighborhood, $219,000

912 Council Rock Drive, Tahoe Island Park Neighborhood, $249,000

2081 Venice Drive #286, Tahoe Keys Neighborhood, $329,900

737 Lassen Drive, Tahoe Keys Neighborhood, $465,000

1915 Kokanee Way, Tahoe Keys Neighborhood, $1,299,999

Why Purchase a Lake Tahoe home Now?

In my recent blog, I explained that interest in Lake Tahoe real estate is up, sales are up and inventory is down. Since there are so few homes on the market, those that are for sale are seeing lots of interest and activity. Inventory of homes for sale is tight throughout the west and Lake Tahoe is no different. The recent monthly Lake Tahoe real estate figures explain the situation as well.

The October real estate figures have been posted for South Lake Tahoe.  There were slightly more new listings placed on the market last month, with 68,which is 7 more than October, 2011 but 13 less than October, 2010.  From looking at other recent months, we should see fewer listings, increased sales and a decreased inventory in the next few months.

Lake Tahoe Foreclosures and Short Sales

Buyers interested in the Lake Tahoe real estate market need to look beyond short sales and foreclosures if they’re looking for good value in a home.  Since there are so few of distressed sales (just one listed this week) remaining on the market, traditional sale homes are now the popular homes for sale people are looking at.

Last week we did see a few more bank owned homes enter the market than expected but this week’s list has just 2 foreclosed homes. Foreclosures have been down state-wide even though real estate experts were expecting to see a surge in bank owned homes on the market due to the pending California Bill of Rights for homeowners.  We’ll watch and see what happens over the next few weeks.

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