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Southern California housing market is poised for a stronger spring

Sacramento Bee

Sacramento County median home prices hit seven-year high

SFGate

California home sales are sluggish in February, prices rise

San Jose Mercury News

Bay Area home-buying bidding wars loom on low inventory

U-T San Diego

Home price appreciation stays elevated

Orange County Register

New home prices in Orange County hit record high as land costs, demand soar

Los Angeles Times

John Karevoll finds success mining real estate data for news nuggets

NBC Bay Area

Average Bay Area Home Prices Up Again: Data

Bloomberg Businessweek

California home sales rise in December on stronger economy

ABC7News

California home prices cool, but San Francisco still hot

FOX Business

California home prices cool in November as lack of affordability, low inventory hamper sales

  Weekly National Home Sales: 169,053 and Median Price: $223,000 (3/26/15)


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California February Home Sales

An estimated 25,585 new and existing houses and condos sold in California in February 2015. That was up 1.0 percent month over month from 25,325 sales in January 2015 and down 0.4 percent year over year from 25,680 sales in February 2014... full story

 

bay Bay Area February Home Sales Decline; Smaller Gain for Median Sale Price

The number of homes sold was slightly lower than in January and was the lowest for the month of February in seven years. The median price paid for a home also fell slightly from January and the gain from a year earlier was the smallest since the median sale price began rising on a year-over-year basis nearly three years ago... full story


SoCal Graph Southern California Home Sales Dip Year Over Year Again; Median Price Edges Higher

The number of Southern California homes sold rose slightly from January but hit the lowest level for a February in seven years. Also according to the report, the median price paid for a home, which hasn’t changed much since last fall, inched up from January and rose year over year for the 35th consecutive month...  full story

Las Vegas Graph

Las Vegas Region September Home Sales

Las Vegas-area homes sold at the slowest pace for a September in seven years as the share of homes purchased by investors and other absentee buyers fell to a 69-month low. The median price paid for a home edged up from August to a six-year high... full story

NODsCalifornia Foreclosure Starts Continue to Decline

Lending institutions initiated formal foreclosure proceedings last quarter on the lowest number of California homes in more than eight years, the result of a recovering real estate market and the dwindling pool of toxic home loans made in 2006 and 2007...  full story

Portland Home Sales

Portland Region August Home Sales

Portland-area home sales dipped month-to-month in August but rose slightly from a year earlier and reached a seven-year high thanks to a nine-year high in condo resales. The median price paid for all homes sold declined a bit from a nearly seven-year high in July, while the median’s year-over-year increase was the smallest in almost two years... full story

Seattle Home Sales

Seattle Region August Home Sales

Seattle-area homes sold at a near-average pace in August but sales fell short of July and a year ago amid a four-year low in the share of homes bought by investors and other absentee buyers. The median sale price fell from a six-year high reached this June and July but rose 3 percent year-over-year – the smallest annual gain in more than two years... full story

Miami Home Sales

Miami Region August Home Sales

Miami-area home sales fell on a year-over-year basis for the third consecutive month in August, when cash and investor purchases, as well as overall sub-$200,000 sales, continued to run well below year-ago levels. The August median sale price dipped below a 68-month high reached in July but rose year-over-year, though that single-digit annual gain was the lowest in two years... full story