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An estimated 25,325 new and resale houses and condos sold in California in January 2015. That was down month over month by 30.6 percent from 36,468 sales in December 2014 and down year over year by 2.0 percent from 25,832 sales in January 2014... full story
January home sales dropped sharply month over month, which is normal for the season, and dipped year over year to the lowest level for a January in seven years. The median price paid for a home in January also declined sharply month over month – another seasonal norm – but it rose 9 percent from a year earlier, marking the 34th straight month with a year-over-year price gain...
Home sales in January fell sharply from December, as they normally do, and
dipped modestly from a year earlier, marking the 14th month in the last 16 to
post a year-over-year sales decline. The median price paid for a home in the
six-county region also dropped month over month but rose year over year for the
34th consecutive month, although that increase was less than half the gain of a
year earlier. ...
Las Vegas-area homes sold at the slowest pace for a September in seven years as
the share of homes purchased by investors and other absentee buyers fell to a
69-month low. The median price paid for a home edged up from August to a
Lending institutions initiated formal foreclosure proceedings last quarter on
the lowest number of California homes in more than eight years, the result of a
recovering real estate market and the dwindling pool of toxic home loans made in
2006 and 2007...
Portland-area home sales dipped month-to-month in August but rose slightly from
a year earlier and reached a seven-year high thanks to a nine-year high in condo
resales. The median price paid for all homes sold declined a bit from a nearly
seven-year high in July, while the median’s year-over-year increase was the
smallest in almost two years...
Seattle-area homes sold at a near-average pace in August but sales fell short of
July and a year ago amid a four-year low in the share of homes bought by
investors and other absentee buyers. The median sale price fell from a six-year
high reached this June and July but rose 3 percent year-over-year – the smallest
annual gain in more than two years...
Miami-area home sales fell on a year-over-year basis for the third consecutive
month in August, when cash and investor purchases, as well as overall
sub-$200,000 sales, continued to run well below year-ago levels. The August
median sale price dipped below a 68-month high reached in July but rose
year-over-year, though that single-digit annual gain was the lowest in two