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my 27 years I never seen inventories this low, said Kurt Colgan, a broker with Lyon Real Estate here in the Sacramento metropolitan area, where the share of homes on the market has plummeted by one of the largest amounts in the nation. also never seen a market turn so quickly. housing turnaround seems to have caught almost everyone in the business by surprise.
being California, we have more regulations and permits than ever, and it takes more time to get each permit approved, he said.
Some, like electrician Gideon Jacks, 38, are gingerly returning to construction work after taking a hiatus (in Jacks case, the hiatus was in several low paying jobs at restaurants), but others remain reluctant to return to the hard physical labor and unstable job prospects.
walk into the permit office, and it like a ghost town in there, said Michael Haemmig, president of Haemmig Construction in Nevada City, Calif., about an hour north of Sacramento. He says local governments were caught off guard by the suddenly renewed interest in building and do not have enough people in place to handle all the paperwork.
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we could build 500 houses right Vans Sk8 Mid Green now, could we sell them? asked Harry Elliott III, president of Elliott Homes, a century old company that built 250 homes last year and plans 350 this year, compared with a high of 1,400 in 2006. but I don want to sell all my lots that I held onto forever and have to give them away at these prices. lost money for a lot of years, and I like to make some money for a change, he added. not building because I need the practice.
In the Sacramento area, where the housing bust took an especially heavy toll, the median sales price has surged 15 percent over the last year, according to Zillow.
Construction is expected to take longer than usual, though, and expenses are rising, Carson said. That is primarily because after six years of almost no local building, skilled labor is scarce.
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the market because so few other homes are available, he said, there won be many homes available.
Some real estate agents in Sacramento, like Tom Phillips, have resorted to knocking on doors in desirable neighborhoods to see if the owners might, if asked nicely and promised a healthy gain, sell to one of his clients.
Or they filed for disability and dropped out the labor force altogether.
For the builders who survived the collapse, the tight market is a signal to get back to work.
their home on the market, with the winning bid about $10,000 above asking price.
One couple he represents, Darcey and Jason Schmelzer, just moved into a yearlong rental with their two boys because they sold before they could find a new place. They received four offers on the first day they put Skechers Go Walk 3 Mens Shoes
The New Home Co. has ramped up building as fast as it can, said Kevin Carson, the president of the company Northern California division. Founded in 2009 by the veterans of a major homebuilder that filed for bankruptcy during the crisis, the company plans to build 120 homes in Northern California this year, in contrast to 50 homes last year.
surged in February to their highest level since June 2008, an increase of nearly 34 percent from a year earlier. But it will still be many months before new homes now going through the approval process will be ready to move in.
As desirable as the long awaited improvement may be, the unusually low level of homes for sale is creating widespread problems for buyers and sellers alike, leading to bidding wars and bubblelike price jumps in places that not long ago were suffering from major declines.
Nationwide, sales prices rose 7.3 percent over the course of 2012, according to the Standard Poor Case Shiller index, ranging from a slight decline in New York to a surge of 23 percent in Phoenix.
say, the last time I riding that roller coaster, said Rick Wylie, president of the Beutler Corp., an air conditioning and plumbing company here. In 2005 he employed 2,100 workers, but by 2009 Beutler had only 270 employees. Wylie, who currently employs about 550, is now having trouble luring back many workers he let go.
Monthly permits for single family homes in the Sacramento area more than doubled from January 2012 to January 2013, though they are still only a quarter of the level they reached during the bubble. Nationally, the construction industry added 48,000 jobs in February, the biggest increase since 2007.
Across the country, the raw number of homes for sale is at its lowest level since 1999, according to the National Association of Realtors. In the Sacramento metro area, home listings were down 60 percent in January from a year earlier, compared with 23 percent for the country overall, according to Zillow.
For builders still hesitant to dive into the market too deeply, delays may actually be welcome, since they help buy more time for prices to rise further.
see a home go for sale and within a couple days there are three, four, six offers, said Carrie Miskawi, a mother of three young children who has been looking for a new home for the last six months with Colgan help. She and her husband have decided not to put their current home on the market because they fear it will be snatched up before they have a chance to bid successfully on a new one.
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don mean to complain, he said. is a good problem to have, a world class problem, to not be able to find workers to do all the work you getting. shortages aren limited to the workers toiling in the hot sun, either.
Tracking more closely with the national trend were cities like Dallas, up 6.5 percent; Tampa, Fla., which rose 7.2 percent; and Denver, which gained 8.5 percent. At the same time, homeowners many of them lifted above water for the first time in years often remain reluctant to sell, either because they want to wait and see how much further prices will climb or because they are afraid of being displaced in the sudden buying frenzy.
Many workers in the immigrant heavy industry have left the area, returning to Mexico and other points south. Others pursued work in Texas energy boom, where both drilling and construction jobs have become more plentiful. Those who stayed in the local area often switched to medical data entry, UPS delivery services, or anything else that they could find.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. After six years of waiting on the sidelines, newly eager homebuyers across the country are discovering that there are not enough houses for sale to accommodate the recent flush of demand.
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