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California Median Home Price

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April Home Sales and Price Report

Statewide median home price climbs,

breaking $500,000 for first time in nine years!

April’s statewide median home price was $509,100, up 5.3% from March and 5.1% from April 2015.

C.A.R.’s Unsold Inventory Index, which indicates the number of months needed to sell the supply of houses currently on the market at the current sales rate, slipped to 3.5 months. A 6-to-7 month supply is considered typical in a normal market.

According to C.A.R.’s sales to list price ratio, tight inventories appear to be driving final sold prices closer to listing prices, with sales prices rising to 99.3% of listing prices statewide.

The median number of days it took to sell a single-family home fell in April to 27.7 days, compared to 29.9 days in March.

Taken from CAR.org  5-18-16 All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. For tax, investment or ownership advice we suggest you contact an attorney or certified public accountant.

Median = half more/half less

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Southern California Home Sale Statistics

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JUNE RE CAP of Southland Home Sales

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Cash Buyer accounted for 22.3% of June 2015 home sales. That was down from June 2014 when cash buyers were at 25.9% of the market. The peak was 36.9% in February 2013. Since 1988 the monthly average for cash buyers is about 17% of all sales.

Absentee buyers (investors and second home purchasers) bought 21.1% of Southland homes sold in June 2015. The peak was 32.4% in January 2013. The monthly average for absentee buyers since 2000 is about 19.0%.

The median price paid for all Southern California homes sold in June 2015 was $442,000. That is 12.5% below the peak median price of $505,000 reached in March, April, May and June of 2007.

Foreclosure re-sales (properties foreclosed on in the prior 12 months) represented only 3.8% of the Southland re-sale market in June 2015. That was down from 4.6% in June 2014. Foreclosure resales peaked at 56.7% in February 2009.

Short sales made up an estimated 3.1% of Southland re-sales in June 2015. That was down from 4.6% a year earlier.

Home Sales of $500,000 or more accounted for 41.7% of all Southland home sales in June 2015, which is up from 37.9% for June of last year and is the highest level for any month since September 2007 when it was at 44.4%.

Taken from CoreLogic.com  July 19, 2015

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California Home Prices 2015

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May 2015 home sales and price report- taken from car.org 6-15-15

California home sales soften in May but spring home-buying season continues momentum.
  • Existing, single-family home sales totaled 423,360 in May Statewide. That was down 1.1% from April but up 8.9% from May 2014.
  • Statewide sales were above the 400,000 mark for a second straight month.
  • May statewide median home price was $485,830, up 0.8% from April and 4.4% from May 2014.
  • California median home price was the highest since November 2007.
  • Available housing supply remains constrained with 3.5 months of inventory. A six-to seven month supply is considered typical in a normal market.
  • The median number of days it took to sell a single-family home statewide fell in May, down from 34.3 days in April to 28.5 days in May and 31.8 days in May of 2014.
  • Statewide, sales-to-list price ratio market indicator suggests that homes are selling for 99% of the list price, essentially flat compared to May of 2014 at 98.8%.

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California Home Sales Data

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Solid housing market conditions as California pending home sales dial higher from year ago for the fifth straight month (April 2015).

Pending home sales data:

 California pending homes sales were up 13.6% on an annual basis from the 114 index recorded in April 2014, marking the fifth straight month of year-to-year gains and the third straight month of double digit advances.  Pending home sales in Southern California were down 10.4% in April to reach an index of 103.5, but were up 13.5% from the April 2014 index of 91.2.

Equity and distressed housing market data:

 The share of equity sales edged up in April to make up 91.9% of all home sales, the highest level since 2007. Equity sales made up 91% of all home sales in March and 88.3% in April 2014. The share of equity sales has been at or near 90% since mid-2014.

April REALTOR Market Pulse Survey:

 The share of sales closing above asking price has been on an upward trend for three straight months, indicating the return of bidding wars in some local markets. In April 36% of transactions closed above asking price, up from the lowest point of 16% in January 2015.  In April homes that sold above asking price sold for an average of 10% above asking price. Homes that sold below asking price sold for an average of 11% below asking price.  The share of properties receiving multiple offers increased for the fourth straight month. Seventy-two percent of properties received multiple offers in April. The average numbers of offers on a property was 3.6, up from 2.7 in March.

April pending home sales and Market Pulse Survey- taken from car.org 5-28-2015

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