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What $1 million buys you in S.F.

NBC News

San Francisco: Golden Gate and $1M Golden Real Estate

FOX Business

California home foreclosure starts plunge to new 8-year-low in second quarter as prices soar

Sacramento Bee

Foreclosures continue to plunge in California

Business Week

California home sales slumped in June

San Jose Mercury News

June home prices recover pre-crash peaks in much of Bay Area

Sacramento Bee

Home prices still climbing, but at slower pace

Los Angeles Times

Southland housing market may finally be getting back to normal

Orange County Register

Lansner: Pricing surge ignores local homebuying dip

San Jose Mercury News

Bay Area home builders struggle to keep up with demand

Sacramento Bee

Fledgling suburb bankrolled by CalPERS recovers along with real estate market

Sun Sentinel

Blackstone Group still buying properties in South Florida

U-T San Diego

Real estate market flattens in May

Mortgage News Daily

California Home Sales Dip, Prices Don't

Los Angeles Times

Once-hot Southern California housing market further cooled in May

Calculated Risk

DataQuick on SoCal: April Home Sales down 6.6% Year-over-year, Non-Distressed sales up 17% Year-over-year


Home Sales Topping $100 Million Smash U.S. Price Records


Housing in U.S. Cools as Rate Rise Hits Sales: Mortgages

Housing Wire

4 metrics reveal California's true housing market


Foreclosure Numbers Remain Low In San Diego

Wall Street Journal

Housing Market Slow to Hit Its Spring Stride

Financial Times

Seattle in US bounces back after downturn in its property market


Lansner on Real Estate talks with DataQuick's John Karevoll

  Weekly National Home Sales: 258,227 and Median Price: $235,000 (7/24/14)

NODsCalifornia Foreclosure Starts Lowest Since 2005

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...  full story

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California June Home Sales

An estimated 39,254 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide in June. That was up 4.0 percent from 37,734 in May, and down 4.3 percent from 41,027 sales in June 2013... full story


bayBay Area Home Sales Up Slightly; Price Increases Slow

Bay Area home sales rose slightly last month but remained well below long-term norms, while prices continued to increase but at one-third of the year-ago pace. Potential buyers are still struggling with a limited supply of homes for sale, prices near or at new peaks, and a still-constricted mortgage environment... full story

SoCal Graph Southland Home Sales Down from Last Year Again; Price Gains Throttle Back

Southern California homes sold at the slowest pace for a June in three years as investor purchases fell again and other would-be buyers continued to struggle with inventory and affordability constraints. The median price paid for a home rose to its highest level in 77 months but the single-digit gain from a year earlier was the smallest in two years...  full story

Seattle Home Sales

Seattle Region May Home Sales

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... full story

Miami Home Sales

Miami Region May Home Sales

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... full story


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Las Vegas Region May Home Sales

Las Vegas-area home sales held at a six-year low last month as buyers continued to face inventory, affordability and credit hurdles, and the share of homes purchased by cash and absentee buyers fell again. The median sale price edged up from April and was 12 percent higher than a year earlier, but that year-over-year gain was the lowest in nearly two years... full story

Portland Home Sales

Portland Region April Home Sales

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... full story

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Phoenix Region April Home Sales

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 years... 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

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