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Housing Market Slow to Hit Its Spring Stride

Sacramento Bee

Sacramento County home sales drop for March as price rises

San Jose Mercury News

Bay Area home prices jump year over year

Los Angeles Times

Southland home prices surge but sales plummet

Housing Wire

With prices at six-year high, Southern California home sales hit a six-year low

Orange County Register

O.C. median home price hits $580,000

U-T San Diego

Peak homebuying season starts slowly

Los Angeles Times

Evictions from rent-controlled units on the rise in L.A.

Los Angeles Times

Westside mansion sells for $102 million, highest Southland price

Financial Times

Seattle in US bounces back after downturn in its property market

LoanRateUpdate

Existing Home Sales Rebound

CBS SF Bay Area

Median Bay Area Home Prices Jump At Record Rates As Inventory Remains Tight

CNBC

California home sales fall in February

Sacramento Bee

Sacramento ‘ruralpolitans’ feed the animals, then don suits for city jobs

Wall Street Journal

Big House Deals in Las Vegas

Business Insider India

The 15 Most Expensive Mansions For Sale In Silicon Valley Right Now

Eurasia Review

Hot Markets Gone Cold – OpEd

Wall Street Journal

Number of the Week: $2 Million Homes Going Like Hotcakes in California

BusinessWeek

Sales of million-dollar homes soar in California

Bloomberg Luxury

California Sales of Multimillion-Dollar Homes Increase

KTVU San Francisco

California home foreclosure activity plummets

BlogTalkRadio

Lansner on Real Estate talks with DataQuick's John Karevoll

  Weekly National Home Sales: 193,446 and Median Price: $219,900 (4/17/14)

California Mar 14

California March Home Sales

An estimated 32,923 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide in March. That was up 28.2 percent from 25,680 in February, and down 12.8 percent from 37,764 sales in March 2013... full story

 

bay Bay Area Median Sale Price Highest Since 2007; Slowest March Sales in 6 Years

Home prices in the Bay Area continued to increase at a brisk pace last month, the result of a strong local economy and a tight supply of homes on the market. The number of homes sold was the lowest for any March since 2008... full story


SoCal Graph Southland Home Sales Stuck at 6-year Low; Median Price Rises to 6-Year High

Southern California home sales quickened last month compared with February, as they normally do, but remained far below average and at the lowest level for a March in six years. The median sale price rose to a more-than-six-year high, driven up by demand that continues to exceed supply in many areas, as well as a shift toward a greater share of sales in middle and high-end markets...  full story

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Phoenix Region February Home Sales

The Phoenix area posted the smallest year-over-year gain in its median sale price in two years during February as a rise in inventory and other factors helped tame price appreciation. The sales volume was the lowest for a February in five years... full story

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Las Vegas Region February Home Sales

Las Vegas-area homes sold at the slowest pace for a February in five years as the inventory of homes for sale remained tight and some buyers faced credit and affordability challenges. The median price paid for a home edged up from January and rose 24 percent from a year earlier, marking the 16th consecutive month with an annual gain over 20 percent... full story

Portland Home Sales

Portland Region January Home Sales

Portland-area homes sold at the fastest pace for a January in seven years amid robust investor purchases and sales gains for mid- to high-end houses as well as resale condos. The median sale price rose year-over-year for the 23rd consecutive month, though the 8.5 percent annual increase was the smallest in more than a year... full story

Seattle Home Sales

Seattle Region January Home Sales

Seattle-area home sales dropped slightly below a year earlier in January but were still the second-highest for that month in seven years as mid- to high-end transactions, condo resales and investors purchases remained relatively strong. The median price paid for a home fell from December, as it normally does, but remained more than 14 percent higher than a year ago... full story

Miami Home Sales

Miami Region January Home Sales

Miami-area home sales dipped year-over-year last month but were still the second-highest for a January in seven years thanks to relatively strong condo resales, robust investor purchases and gains in mid- to high-end activity. The median sale price fell month-to-month, which is normal for the season, and while the median remained higher than a year earlier the rate of increase declined again... full story

 

$MillSalesMillion-Dollar Home Sales Jump in the Golden State

The number of California homes that sold for a million dollars or more rose last year to the highest level in six years, the result of rising home prices and an improving economy, among other factors. The strongest sales gains were at the luxury market’s high end, with record sales above the $2 million mark...  full story

NODsCalifornia Foreclosure Starts Dip to Eight-Year Low

The number of California homeowners pulled into the formal foreclosure process dropped to an eight-year low last quarter, the result of an improving economy, foreclosure prevention efforts and higher home prices...  full story

CashSalesRecord Number of California Homes Bought with Cash

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...  full story

Denver Home Sales

Denver Area June Home Sales

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... full story

Home sales in high-end U.S. zip codes

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.... full story