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The Phoenix area’s median sale price rose in October to its highest level in more than five years, pushed up by robust demand meeting a tight inventory, more mid- to high-end deals and a sharp drop in distressed sales. The number of homes sold fell to a three-year low for the month of October amid sharp year-over-year declines for sub-$200,000 sales and a significant dip in cash and investor buying...
Miami-area homes sold at the fastest pace for an October in seven years as
record condo resales, robust investor buying and strong mid- to high-end
activity compensated for a drop-off in the lower price ranges. The median price
paid for a home slipped month-to-month again but remained 20 percent higher than
a year ago...
Las Vegas-area home sales fell in October as sub-$200,000 transactions continued
to decline and the share of homes sold to absentee and cash buyers dropped to
the lowest level in more than three years. The median sale price rose to
$180,000 – the highest in nearly five years...
An estimated 36,468 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide last
month. That was up 1.2 percent from 36,027 in September, and down 7.1 percent
from 39,254 sales in October 2012...
The Bay Area housing market continued its fits-and-starts march toward normalcy
last month with ho-hum sales counts and continued price appreciation. Various
below-the-surface technical indicators show a market still transitioning from a
severely atypical state a few years ago to something more in line with long-term
Southern California home buying picked up last month compared with September
but fell short of a year earlier as sales in inventory-starved, lower-cost
markets continued to lag far behind 2012 levels. For the fourth month in a row
the region’s median sale price more or less moved sideways, though it was still
nearly 22 percent higher than October last year...
The Seattle-area’s September home sales were the highest for that month in seven
years, though sales fell slightly short of the longer-term average for that
month and slipped a bit more than usual from August. The median price paid for a
home dipped month-to-month again but it was 11 percent higher than a year
Portland-area home buying slowed as it normally does in late summer but
September's sales tally was the highest for that month in seven years, pushed up
by robust condo sales and a jump in move-up activity. The region's overall
median sale price changed little month-to-month but rose nearly 15 percent from
a year earlier...
The number of California homeowners entering the foreclosure process fell last
quarter to the second-lowest level in seven and a half years. The drop-off is
the result of a stronger job market, home price appreciation, and a variety of
government foreclosure avoidance efforts...
The number of California homes purchased with cash reached an all-time high last
year, the result of high investor interest, a difficult mortgage environment,
and perceived higher returns on investment...
The number of Golden State homes sold for a million dollars or more rose to its
highest level since 2007, fueled by a recovering economy, rising home prices and
a record number of cash purchases. The number of homes sold for more than $5
million rose to an all-time high...
The number of homes sold in the Denver region during June rose year-over-year
for the fifth month in a row, reaching a five-year high for that month. The
median sale price increased nearly 10 percent from a year ago to the highest
level for any month in five years...
While total U.S. home sales fell about 13.7 percent in the first half of this
year, activity declined less or even increased in many high-end zip codes....