Bay Area home prices plateau on slowing sales
More homes sell for over $1 million
Million-dollar home sales hit record in Bay Area
Million (and multi-million) dollar home sales hit record in Bay Area
San Francisco: Golden Gate and $1M Golden Real Estate
California home foreclosure starts plunge to new 8-year-low in second
quarter as prices soar
Foreclosures continue to plunge in California
California home sales slumped in June
Home prices still climbing, but at slower pace
Southland housing market may finally be getting back to normal
Lansner: Pricing surge ignores local homebuying dip
Bay Area home builders struggle to keep up with demand
Fledgling suburb bankrolled by CalPERS recovers along with real
Blackstone Group still buying properties in South Florida
Real estate market flattens in May
California Home Sales Dip, Prices Don't
Once-hot Southern California housing market further cooled in May
DataQuick on SoCal: April Home Sales down 6.6% Year-over-year,
Non-Distressed sales up 17% Year-over-year
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4 metrics reveal California's true housing market
Foreclosure Numbers Remain Low In San Diego
Housing Market Slow to Hit Its Spring Stride
Seattle in US bounces back after downturn in its property market
Lansner on Real Estate talks with DataQuick's John Karevoll
An estimated 39,608 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide in July. That was up 0.9 percent from 39,254 in June, and down 8.7 percent from 43,381 sales in July 2013...
Bay Area home sales dipped last month, the result of continued constrained supply, the decline in affordability, and a still-tight mortgage market. While still rising year-over-year, the median sale price stayed at a three-month plateau...
Southern California home sales fell to a three-year low for the month of July
as supply continued to fall short of demand, some buyers struggled with higher
prices, and investor activity fell. Cash deals declined to the lowest level in
more than four years, while the median sale price dipped from June and rose from
a year ago at the slowest pace in more than two years...
Las Vegas-area home sales were stuck at a six-year low in June as would-be
buyers continued to face inventory, affordability and credit challenges, and as
the share of homes purchased by cash and absentee buyers fell again. The median
sale price rose from May to a 67-month high, but the median’s year-over-year
gain was the lowest in two years...
The number of California homes that sold for a million dollars or more rose to
its highest level in seven years last quarter, the result of rising home prices
and an improving economy. The luxury market's high end continues to do best,
with record sales above the $2 million mark...
The number of California homes entering the formal foreclosure process last
quarter dropped to the lowest level since late 2005, the result of a stronger
economy and higher home values...
The number of homes sold in the Seattle area in May dropped below the year-ago
level and fell short of the historical average as activity declined below
$500,000 and the share of homes sold to cash and absentee buyers waned. The
median price paid for a home rose to the highest level since late summer 2008
but price appreciation continued to throttle back...
Miami-area home sales held steady in May compared with both April and a year
earlier as an increase in mid- to high-end activity compensated for a sharp drop
in sub-$300,000 deals and fewer cash and absentee purchases. The shift in market
mix, which included a pullback in condo resales, helped the median sale price
shoot up to $195,300 – the highest level in nearly five and a half years...
Portland-area April home sales rose more than usual from March and sold at the
fastest pace for an April in seven years amid strong condo resales and a
signficant overall increase for mid- to high-end homes. The median sale price
rose to a five-and-half-year high, although the gain from a year earlier was
single-digit for the second consecutive month...
The Phoenix area’s median sale price dipped slightly in April compared with
March and the single-digit increase from a year earlier was the smallest in 26
months, the result of rising inventory, waning investor demand and affordability
constraints. The number of homes sold was the lowest for an April in six