How’s the Market? July 2018 Snapshot

I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

If you are keeping up with my monthly reports you’ll notice that we are seeing a slight softening of the market in the past 30 days. What does that mean? Well, in the simplest of interpretation it means that we have more homes available for sale than last month and the homes that are being sold are staying on the market longer and selling at slightly lower prices. Again, I’d like to emphasize that this is a SLIGHT softening! No need to run for the hills yet. If you have had thoughts of selling and are just curious to see what your home would sell for today give me a call. I would be more than happy to prepare a quick, easy to understand, analysis of your home. Don’t be caught off guard, make sure you know what is going on with what is likely the biggest investment you’ll ever make!

Housing Inventory Snapshot July 28, 2018
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active/sold 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family $330,142 -0.90% $328,000 -0.30% 65 / 45 1 / 5 3,812
Luxury Single Family $950,353 -1.66% $739,900 -1.33% 99 / 52 0 / -2 1,264
Condo/Townhome $316,034 1.62% $339,900 1.49% 48 / 31 3 / 1 219
Luxury Condo/Townhome $549,744 4.57% $515,000 5.10% 54 / 54 3 / 22 71
Riverside County, CA
Single Family $412,938 -1.31% $410,000 -1.20% 68 / 52 1 / 2 5,500
Luxury Single Family $1,380,812 -7.61% $949,900 -4.82% 128 / 138 -1 / -22 1,787
Condo/Townhome $273,226 0.83% $279,000 0.00% 101 / 75 9 / 2 758
Luxury Condo/Townhome $562,053 0.33% $505,000 1.02% 129 / 94 6 / 0 250
Orange County, CA
Single Family $1,000,165 -1.75% $899,000 -1.75% 57 / 36 2 / 0 3,416
Luxury Single Family $4,807,038 -2.86% $3,200,000 -3.03% 110 / 121 2 / 22 1,132
Condo/Townhome $520,386 -1.02% $514,500 -0.87% 43 / 29 0 / 2 1,443
Luxury Condo/Townhome $1,388,313 -4.74% $1,095,000 -4.78% 80 / 45 4 / -13 452
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family $795,427 -3.18% $689,900 -1.44% 54 / 36 1 / 0 7,897
Luxury Single Family $5,574,955 -0.39% $3,295,000 0.00% 87 / 82 1 / -17 2,504
Condo/Townhome $548,776 0.66% $529,000 0.76% 46 / 31 1 / 0 2,071
Luxury Condo/Townhome $2,021,007 2.06% $1,499,000 3.74% 68 / 51 -6 / -4 667

If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance throughout the process.

Regards,

Yesenia Ruvalcaba-Garcia
Broker, BRE 01293970
626-252-0839

Yesenia@NewCenturyBroker.com
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How’s the Market? June 2018 Snapshot

 

I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

Housing Inventory Snapshot June 30, 2018
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active/sold 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family $333,143 1.37% $329,000 1.54% 64 / 41 -4 / N/A 3,601
Luxury Single Family $966,437 -5.14% $749,900 -1.33% 98 / 54 -9 / N/A 1,188
Condo/Townhome $310,996 1.46% $334,900 1.79% 45 / 29 -3 / N/A 205
Luxury Condo/Townhome $525,705 -2.79% $490,000 -2.97% 52 / 32 -26 / N/A 64
Riverside County, CA
Single Family $418,440 -1.80% $415,000 -1.17% 67 / 50 -5 / N/A 5,259
Luxury Single Family $1,494,590 -10.27% $998,000 -13.14% 129 / 161 -6 / N/A 1,741
Condo/Townhome $270,979 1.61% $279,000 0.36% 92 / 73 -8 / N/A 812
Luxury Condo/Townhome $560,182 1.60% $499,900 0.58% 123 / 94 -1 / N/A 263
Orange County, CA
Single Family $1,017,981 -2.99% $915,000 -3.58% 54 / 36 -2 / N/A 3,245
Luxury Single Family $4,948,704 -5.66% $3,300,000 -5.58% 108 / 99 -3 / N/A 1,083
Condo/Townhome $525,739 -1.47% $519,000 -1.14% 43 / 28 0 / N/A 1,279
Luxury Condo/Townhome $1,457,378 -4.57% $1,150,000 -5.12% 76 / 58 0 / N/A 427
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family $821,521 -1.30% $700,000 -1.40% 53 / 35 -3 / N/A 7,337
Luxury Single Family $5,596,506 -3.43% $3,295,000 -5.72% 86 / 99 -5 / N/A 2,425
Condo/Townhome $545,162 -1.64% $525,000 -2.60% 46 / 30 -2 / N/A 1,902
Luxury Condo/Townhome $1,980,242 -4.23% $1,445,000 -6.71% 73 / 55 -2 / N/A 618

If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance throughout the process.

Regards,

Yesenia Ruvalcaba-Garcia
Broker, BRE 01293970
626-252-0839
www.NewCenturyBroker.com
www.CovinaRealEstate.com 

March 2018 – How’s The Market? Snapshot


I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

Housing Inventory Snapshot March 31, 2018
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family under $1M $620,017 4.82% $605,000 6.14% 54 -3 4399
Single Family over $1M $3,960,605 -0.63% $2,199,000 -4.18% 77 -5 3550
Condo/Townhome under $600K $429,048 0.51% $425,000 0.74% 42 -2 985
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,442,205 1.32% $959,888 0.51% 57 -4 1107
Riverside County, CA
Single Family under $500K $356,613 2.07% $365,000 2.24% 69 -2 3305
Single Family over $500K $1,243,529 -0.49% $779,000 -2.50% 107 -3 3051
Condo/Townhome under $300K $216,636 -2.05% $224,900 -2.22% 95 -9 579
Condo/Townhome over $300K $464,392 0.42% $409,000 -1.45% 105 0 657
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family under $500K $307,262 1.64% $300,000 0.33% 67 -6 2902
Single Family over $500K $927,587 -5.53% $699,998 -2.08% 102 -12 1151
Condo/Townhome under $300K $215,786 4.40% $229,888 6.92% 57 0 66
Condo/Townhome over $300K $433,686 3.11% $399,000 5.00% 54 -8 128
Orange County, CA
Single Family under $1.3M $866,886 2.38% $839,000 2.44% 48 -4 1889
Single Family over $1.3M $3,613,810 -3.83% $2,258,000 -1.39% 95 -8 1629
Condo/Townhome under $600K $427,196 -0.14% $429,000 0.23% 42 -2 581
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,153,084 -0.34% $869,950 -3.23% 60 -7 546
If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance throughout the process.
Sincerely,
Yesenia E. Ruvalcaba-Garcia, Broker
Realtor®/HUD REO & Listing Specialist
Direct (626) 252-0839
Office (626) 917-6200 ext. 14
Cell Phone (626) 252-0839
Fax (626) 209-8318
CalBRE License Number: 01293970
yeseniaruvalcaba@aol.com
newcenturybroker.com
New Century Realtors

How’s the Market??? Snapshot for June 2016- Real Estate Market Trends

Here is this month’s How’s the Market??? Snapshot. If you saw last month’s Snapshot you will notice that our local real estate trends show median prices are still creeping up, its just taking a little longer for homes to sell! If Hows the market imageyou would like more detailed information about how much your home is now worth after the Real Estate Crash, send me an email, text, or call me. I’ll be more than happy to provide you with a Free, no obligation report of what its worth and things you can do to improve the value of your home.
I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

Housing Inventory Snapshot June 27, 2016
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family under $1M $603,548 1.46% $599,000 3.28% 61 0 7894
Single Family over $1M $3,418,896 -3.43% $1,990,000 -0.45% 82 1 6147
Condo/Townhome under $600K $399,871 1.20% $400,000 0.25% 56 -1 2101
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,161,368 -3.71% $888,000 -1.22% 59 1 1571
Riverside County, CA
Single Family under $500K $341,969 0.04% $349,000 0.03% 79 0 5655
Single Family over $500K $1,562,278 -1.81% $939,000 -0.95% 102 1 6359
Condo/Townhome under $300K $206,691 -0.43% $214,900 -0.05% 120 3 1035
Condo/Townhome over $300K $603,547 0.69% $499,000 0.81% 89 -2 1432
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family under $500K $300,429 1.79% $299,900 0.30% 87 -1 4645
Single Family over $500K $1,671,680 -3.16% $975,000 -1.40% 88 0 4613
Condo/Townhome under $300K $197,325 -0.94% $219,800 2.23% 77 -2 223
Condo/Townhome over $300K $701,870 -4.00% $598,000 -4.32% 44 0 819
Orange County, CA
Single Family under $1M $781,130 0.21% $770,000 -0.76% 59 2 5238
Single Family over $1M $3,477,692 -1.67% $2,200,888 -4.10% 95 2 3224
Condo/Townhome under $600K $420,328 1.17% $429,000 0.94% 54 1 1485
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,004,403 -1.77% $799,900 -1.84% 61 3 1038
If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance through the process.
Sincerely,
Yesenia E. Ruvalcaba-Garcia, Broker
Realtor®/HUD REO & Listing Specialist
Direct (626) 252-0839
Office (626) 917-6200 ext. 14
Cell Phone (626) 252-0839
Fax (626) 209-8318
CalBRE License Number: 01293970
yeseniaruvalcaba@aol.com
newcenturybroker.com
New Century Realtors

How’s the Market??? Snapshot for May 2016- Real Estate Market Trends

Here is this month’s How’s the Market??? Snapshot. If you saw last month’s Snapshot you will notice that our local real estate trends show median prices are still creeping up, its just taking a little longer for homes to sell! If Hows the market imageyou would like more detailed information about how much your home is now worth after the Real Estate Crash, send me an email, text, or call me. I’ll be more than happy to provide you with a Free, no obligation report of what its worth and things you can do to improve the value of your home.


I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

Housing Inventory Snapshot May 28, 2016
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family under $1M $594,878 1.92% $580,000 1.93% 61 -2 7301
Single Family over $1M $3,540,466 -1.93% $1,999,000 -3.89% 81 -2 5624
Condo/Townhome under $600K $395,119 0.15% $399,000 0.00% 57 -2 1934
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,206,112 -2.46% $899,000 0.45% 57 -1 1470
Riverside County, CA
Single Family under $500K $341,816 0.81% $348,900 1.16% 79 -3 5584
Single Family over $500K $1,591,035 -0.58% $948,000 0.11% 101 0 6197
Condo/Townhome under $300K $207,583 1.19% $215,000 2.38% 117 1 1119
Condo/Townhome over $300K $599,431 5.38% $495,000 4.21% 91 -1 1455
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family under $500K $295,148 0.42% $299,000 2.05% 88 -3 4428
Single Family over $500K $1,726,264 -2.59% $988,888 -0.96% 89 -1 4130
Condo/Townhome under $300K $199,206 1.79% $215,000 0.00% 79 -3 239
Condo/Townhome over $300K $731,085 6.36% $625,000 4.34% 44 1 726
Orange County, CA
Single Family under $1M $779,477 1.26% $775,900 1.44% 57 -3 4745
Single Family over $1M $3,536,817 0.38% $2,295,000 0.00% 93 1 3030
Condo/Townhome under $600K $415,469 1.55% $425,000 1.92% 53 -2 1342
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,022,517 -0.96% $814,900 -0.83% 58 1 973
If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance through the process.
Sincerely,
Yesenia E. Ruvalcaba-Garcia, Broker
Realtor®/HUD REO & Listing Specialist
Direct (626) 252-0839
Office (626) 917-6200 ext. 14
Cell Phone (626) 252-0839
Fax (626) 209-8318
CalBRE License Number: 01293970
yeseniaruvalcaba@aol.com
newcenturybroker.com
New Century Realtors

The National Housing Market: Low Inventory, Higher Prices

Every major region of the country saw existing-home sales climb in March. The large gains posted in the Northeast and Midwest helped sales climb 1.5 percent higher than a year ago. Buyers in these regions overcame inventory woes and affordability issues to make their home purchases. On the supply side, there were 1.98 million existing homes for sale at the end of March; at the current sales pace, this represents a 4.5-month supply. Inventory was 5.9 percent higher than a month ago but 1.5 percent lower than a year ago, when housing inventory stood at 2.01 million. This lack of inventory helped drive home prices up. In March, the median existing-home price for all housing types reached $222,700, a rise of 5.7 percent year over year. For the past 49 consecutive months, median prices have seen year-over-year gains, making home affordability a growing concern for buyers.

The Starter Market
First-time buyers accounted for 30 percent of all buyers in March, a figure that is unchanged from both a month ago and a year ago. For all of 2015, the share of first-time buyers in the market was also at 30 percent. According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors, “With rents steadily rising and average fixed rates well below 4 percent, qualified first-time buyers should be more active participants than what they are right now.” Unfortunately, the same barriers to market entry that stymied first-time buyers in the past are still in place—affordability issues and low availability of starter homes on the market.

The Money-Making Market
Investors are another group who managed to maintain their share of the housing market. All-cash sales remained the same from February to March, accounting for 25 percent of all transactions, up 1 percent from a year ago. Individual investors are behind many of the all-cash sales; in March, 66 percent of them paid for their investments with cash. Of all the homes sold in March, 14 percent were purchased by individual investors, a 4 percent decline from a month ago but unchanged from a year ago.

Regional Home Sales

Northeast: Existing-home sales’ annual rate: 700,000, an increase of 11.1 percent. Sales are 7.7 percent higher than March 2015.

Midwest: Existing-home sales’ annual rate: 1.23 million, an increase of 9.8 percent. Sales are 0.8 percent higher than March 2015.

South: Existing-home sales’ annual rate: 2.25 million, an increase of 2.7 percent. Sales are 2.3 percent higher than March 2015.

West: Existing-home sales’ annual rate: 1.15 million, an increase of 1.8 percent. Sales are 2.5 percent lower than March 2015.

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How’s the Market??? Snapshot for March 2016- Real Estate Market Trends

Here is this month’s How’s the Market??? Snapshot. If you saw last month’s Snapshot you will notice that our local real estate trends show median prices are still creeping up, its just taking a little longer for homes to sell! If Hows the market imageyou would like more detailed information about how much your home is now worth after the Real Estate Crash, send me an email, text, or call me. I’ll be more than happy to provide you with a Free, no obligation report of what its worth and things you can do to improve the value of your home.

I hope you will find the following snapshot of local Real Estate inventory interesting. The table represents aggregated values based on MLS data for the specified date.

Housing Inventory Snapshot March 31, 2016
Average List Price 30 Days Trend Median List Price 30 Days Trend Average DOM: active 30 Days Trend Number of Listings
Los Angeles County, CA
Single Family under $1M $577,104 4.57% $559,000 5.67% 65 -7 7002
Single Family over $1M $3,601,488 -0.92% $2,095,000 0.29% 87 -7 4791
Condo/Townhome under $600K $390,169 0.84% $389,000 0.26% 61 -3 1849
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,277,128 -0.52% $899,000 0.01% 61 -3 1294
Riverside County, CA
Single Family under $500K $334,726 1.41% $339,000 1.50% 82 -3 5718
Single Family over $500K $1,594,716 0.22% $930,000 1.09% 102 -5 5765
Condo/Townhome under $300K $205,773 -0.39% $212,000 -1.17% 117 9 1233
Condo/Townhome over $300K $569,457 5.95% $469,000 4.45% 93 3 1411
San Bernardino County, CA
Single Family under $500K $290,247 1.31% $288,000 2.86% 93 -5 4314
Single Family over $500K $1,772,663 -0.24% $988,800 2.47% 96 -11 3420
Condo/Townhome under $300K $205,067 2.97% $225,000 4.65% 75 -7 228
Condo/Townhome over $300K $696,569 7.37% $599,000 9.01% 44 -3 622
Orange County, CA
Single Family under $1M $755,087 3.26% $749,000 3.47% 61 -7 4133
Single Family over $1M $3,562,601 -2.19% $2,288,000 -0.31% 97 -12 2555
Condo/Townhome under $600K $406,851 0.48% $412,000 0.49% 57 -3 1271
Condo/Townhome over $600K $1,034,862 -3.03% $848,500 2.86% 56 -3 810
If you know someone who is considering buying or selling a home, please give me a call. I will provide professional & courteous service along with knowledgeable guidance through the process.
Sincerely,
Yesenia E. Ruvalcaba-Garcia, Broker
Realtor®/HUD REO & Listing Specialist
Direct (626) 252-0839
Office (626) 917-6200 ext. 14
Cell Phone (626) 252-0839
Fax (626) 209-8318
CalBRE License Number: 01293970
yeseniaruvalcaba@aol.com
newcenturybroker.com
New Century Realtors