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So Cal Rent Hikes 2019 Forecast

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The median price paid for all Southern California homes sold in December 2017 was $507,000, a new all-time high that surpasses the previous peak of $505,000.
Absentee buyers (investors and second home purchasers) bought 22.9% of Southland homes sold in December 2017. The peak was 32.2% in February 2013. The monthly average for absentee buyers since 2000 is about 18.0%.

The number of homes that sold for $500,000 or more in December 2017 accounted for 51.3% of all sales. That is up from 45.4% in December 2016.

Foreclosure re-sales (properties foreclosed on in the prior 12 months) represented 1.4% of  the Southland re-sale market in December 2017. That was down from 2.9% in December 2016. Foreclosure resales peaked at 56.7% in February 2009.

Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Loans made up 16.1% of all home purchase loans in Southern California in December 2017. Riverside and San Bernardino counties experienced the region’s highest FHA share in December at 25.1% and 26.9% respectively.

Just Released from DQNews January 30th, 2018

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FHA Loan Limits Up 2017 Riverside County

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The FHA loan limits will be increasing effective January 1, 2017.

In Riverside county, the 2017 FHA loan limit on a single family home will be $379,500, an increase from $356,500.

In San Diego county, the 2017 FHA loan limit on a single family home will be $612,950, an increase from $580,750.

In Orange county, the 2017 FHA loan limit on a single family home will be $636,150, an increase from $625,500.

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Southern California Home Sales

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Southern California July 2016 Home Sales Volume Dips, however-

Median Sale Price Steady Month to Month and Up Year Over Year  (*Median Price 7-15/7-16)

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The typical mortgage payment that Southern California home buyers committed to in July 2016 was $1,662, down slightly from $1,683 in July 2015. Adjusted for inflation, the July 2016 payment was 43.6% below the $2,946 in July of 2007.

Cash Buyers accounted for 19.6% of July 2016 home sales. That is the lowest level for any month since October 2008. Cash sales peaked in February 2013 at 37.5% of the market. The monthly average for cash buyers since 1988 is about 16%.

Absentee buyers (investors and second home purchasers) bought 19.9% of South land homes sold in July 2016. The peak was 32.2% in February 2013. The monthly average for absentee buyers since 1988 is about 18.0%.

The median price paid for all Southern California homes sold in July 2016 was $465,000. That was the highest for any month since August 2007 when it was $500,000.

Home Sales of $500,000 or more accounted for 45% of all sales in July 2016, up from 40.6 in July 2015. The July share of homes selling for $500,000 or more was the highest for any month since the credit crunch hit in August 2007 when the $500,000-plus share was 49.4%.

*Median Price=half more/half less. * All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. For tax, ownership or investment advice we suggest you contact an attorney or certified public accountant. Taken from CoreLogic.com

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