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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...
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...
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
Las Vegas-area homes sold at the slowest pace for a January in five years as the
median sale price dipped month-to-month but remained 22 percent higher than a
year earlier. Price growth has slowed, however, with the median’s year-over-year
gain dropping to the lowest level in 15 months...
An estimated 25,832 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide last
month. That was down 26.1 percent from 34,949 in December, and down 10.5 percent
from 28,871 sales in January 2013...
Bay Area home sales remained at a six-year low in January, largely because too
few properties are being put up for sale. Prices went through their normal
mid-winter dip, but are still well ahead of year-ago levels...
Southern California logged its lowest January home sales in three years as
buyers continued to wrestle with a tight inventory of homes for sale, a fussy
mortgage market and the highest prices in years. The median price paid for a
home dipped from December – a normal seasonal decline – but remained 18 percent
higher than January last year...
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...
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...
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
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 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....