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August-17

Median Sold Price of Existing Single-Family Homes

Sales

State/Region/County

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

CA SFH (SAAR)

$565,330

$549,460

R

$527,490

R

2.9%

7.2%

1.5%

1.3%

CA Condo/Townhomes

$446,760

$443,160

 

$419,260

R

0.8%

6.6%

9.7%

1.8%

Los Angeles Metropolitan Area

$499,970

$508,810

R

$473,300

R

-1.7%

5.6%

11.5%

4.4%

Inland Empire

$341,340

$344,040

R

$316,630

R

-0.8%

7.8%

10.8%

8.2%

S.F. Bay Area

$856,200

$898,880

 

$777,160

 

-4.7%

10.2%

9.4%

6.5%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.F. Bay Area

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Alameda

$867,500

$875,500

 

$775,000

 

-0.9%

11.9%

12.9%

6.4%

Contra-Costa 

$627,860

$633,250

 

$570,000

 

-0.9%

10.2%

16.6%

11.0%

Marin

$1,207,120

$1,224,000

 

$1,200,000

 

-1.4%

0.6%

-15.7%

9.6%

Napa

$654,000

$695,000

 

$625,000

 

-5.9%

4.6%

5.0%

-4.5%

San Francisco

$1,380,000

$1,428,000

 

$1,257,500

 

-3.4%

9.7%

1.0%

9.7%

San Mateo

$1,375,000

$1,500,000

 

$1,250,000

 

-8.3%

10.0%

6.1%

-7.7%

Santa Clara

$1,150,000

$1,165,000

 

$975,000

 

-1.3%

17.9%

-2.0%

11.9%

Solano

$410,000

$420,000

 

$410,000

 

-2.4%

0.0%

21.9%

-2.5%

Sonoma

$625,500

$645,000

 

$585,000

 

-3.0%

6.9%

24.2%

8.8%

Southern California

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Los Angeles

$575,130

$573,190

R

$524,420

R

0.3%

9.7%

14.8%

3.4%

Orange 

$789,000

$785,000

 

$749,000

 

0.5%

5.3%

6.1%

0.5%

Riverside 

$388,500

$385,500

 

$355,000

 

0.8%

9.4%

6.3%

3.3%

San Bernardino

$269,950

$266,250

 

$240,500

R

1.4%

12.2%

18.0%

16.1%

San Diego

$605,000

$613,000

 

$563,000

 

-1.3%

7.5%

11.0%

4.9%

Ventura

$640,000

$648,500

R

$609,000

R

-1.3%

5.1%

11.4%

-0.2%

Central Coast

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Monterey

$580,500

$629,000

 

$515,000

 

-7.7%

12.7%

20.0%

9.6%

San Luis Obispo

$599,000

$590,000

 

$535,000

 

1.5%

12.0%

12.5%

6.1%

Santa Barbara

$631,000

$611,000

 

$775,000

 

3.3%

-18.6%

24.0%

21.9%

Santa Cruz

$825,000

$815,000

 

$824,000

 

1.2%

0.1%

24.8%

-11.6%

Central Valley

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Fresno

$259,000

$258,000

 

$239,000

 

0.4%

8.4%

12.5%

13.8%

Glenn

$225,000

$205,000

 

$230,500

 

9.8%

-2.4%

-4.8%

42.9%

Kern

$235,100

$235,000

 

$220,000

 

0.0%

6.9%

4.3%

-0.7%

Kings

$225,000

$222,000

 

$209,220

 

1.4%

7.5%

5.7%

18.1%

Madera

$263,500

$279,250

 

$245,000

 

-5.6%

7.6%

-26.1%

-28.6%

Merced

$250,000

$260,000

 

$220,000

 

-3.8%

13.6%

22.9%

19.3%

Placer

$462,000

$453,000

 

$430,000

 

2.0%

7.4%

16.3%

12.8%

Sacramento

$348,000

$353,000

 

$323,500

 

-1.4%

7.6%

5.0%

-4.2%

San Benito

$600,000

$535,000

 

$538,380

 

12.1%

11.4%

28.8%

34.0%

San Joaquin

$355,000

$350,000

 

$325,000

 

1.4%

9.2%

21.1%

12.0%

Stanislaus

$294,290

$297,000

 

$272,750

 

-0.9%

7.9%

12.3%

7.8%

Tulare

$224,900

$219,950

 

$204,900

 

2.3%

9.8%

6.4%

3.6%

Other Counties in California

Aug-17

Jul-17

 

Aug-16

 

Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Amador

$334,500

$320,000

 

$257,500

 

4.5%

29.9%

-9.4%

4.3%

Butte 

$291,000

$299,900

 

$264,120

 

-3.0%

10.2%

4.6%

1.0%

Calaveras

$345,000

$324,500

 

$310,000

 

6.3%

11.3%

40.0%

8.6%

Del Norte

$214,950

$204,900

 

$174,500

 

4.9%

23.2%

36.8%

44.4%

El Dorado 

$485,000

$480,500

 

$425,000

 

0.9%

14.1%

29.2%

9.2%

Humboldt

$316,750

$307,500

 

$290,000

 

3.0%

9.2%

2.6%

-11.1%

Lake

$241,500

$265,000

 

$234,500

 

-8.9%

3.0%

29.7%

-7.7%

Lassen

$215,000

$171,000

 

$185,000

 

25.7%

16.2%

0.0%

-13.8%

Mariposa

$280,000

$262,500

 

$311,500

 

6.7%

-10.1%

45.5%

-20.0%

Mendocino

$402,500

$370,000

 

$362,500

 

8.8%

11.0%

-5.3%

-15.6%

Mono

$386,500

$578,000

 

$532,500

 

-33.1%

-27.4%

-36.8%

-50.0%

Nevada

$375,000

$398,500

 

$343,000

 

-5.9%

9.3%

2.4%

-13.4%

Plumas

$325,000

$325,000

 

$275,000

 

0.0%

18.2%

45.7%

21.4%

Shasta

$252,450

$255,000

 

$248,000

 

-1.0%

1.8%

12.2%

10.9%

Siskiyou 

$212,000

$215,000

 

$204,500

 

-1.4%

3.7%

7.0%

-11.5%

Sutter

$289,000

$280,300

 

$267,410

 

3.1%

8.1%

38.6%

18.3%

Tehama

$225,000

$206,750

 

$202,000

 

8.8%

11.4%

28.1%

-19.6%

Tuolumne

$292,000

$292,500

 

$266,450

 

-0.2%

9.6%

47.8%

18.6%

Yolo

$445,000

$426,750

 

$410,480

 

4.3%

8.4%

17.6%

-9.4%

Yuba

$265,000

$266,890

 

$249,900

 

-0.7%

6.0%

-3.6%

-16.5%




*   Los Angeles Metropolitan Area is a 5-county region that includes Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and Ventura County
*   S.F. Bay Area has been redefined to include the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma
*   Inland Empire includes Riverside County and San Bernardino County
*   r = revised
*   MTM%c Chg = Percent change from prior month
*   YTY% Chg = Percent change from prior year  

Regional/County sales data and condo sales data not seasonally adjusted.

The MLS median price and sales data for detached homes are generated from a survey of more than 90 associations of REALTORS® and MLSs throughout the state, representing 90 percent of the market. County sales data are not adjusted to account for seasonal factors that can influence home sales. MLS median price and sales data for condominiums are based on a survey of more than 60 associations. The median price for both detached homes an condominiums represents closed escrows. Movements in sales prices should not be interpreted as changes in the cost of a standard home. Median prices can be influenced by changes in cost and in the characteristics and size of homes sold. Due to low sales volume in some areas, median price changes may exhibit unusual fluctuation. C.A.R.’s data has been standardized to reflect county-level statistics.


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