2013Closing on 2013 – Questioning Housing Affordability, Dec 26Why should you buy now instead of waiting, Nov 29California Housing Market Is Expected to Be Up in 2014, Oct 31To taper or not to taper, Sep 28California Real estate as a Long Term Investment, Aug 28When does the Home Buying Process Begin? Jul 22How Buyers Use Technology in the Home Buying Process, June 24Mortgage Interest Rates: What to Expect Moving Forward, May 29Income Effect on Homeownership, May 1California Immigrants and their American Dream, Apr 24Breakdown of California Residents, Apr 17Immmigration Trends, Apr 10More Sellers Planning to Repurchase, Mar 2515-year mortgage rate Vs. 30-year mortgage rate, Feb12"All Cash" Buyers on the Rise, Feb 01Modest Increase in Home Prices Is Expected in 2013, January2012Tough Times for Home Sellers, Dec 27When Does the Home Buying Process Really Begin?, Nov 07Multiple Offers Increased as the Market Became More Competitive, Nov 2Sales in Higher-Priced Segments Remained Strong after Peak Season, November County Economic Profiles - getting economic information about your county, Sep 19Signs of Home Price Recovery Evident in More House Price Measuresand Across More Markets, Aug 23Supply Constraints and the Change in the Mix of Sales Led to the RecentPrice Increase, August The Impact of Household Formation on the Future of Housing, Jul 31 What is California’s pent-up demand?, Jul 16Investors Share of Mortgage Borrowing, Jun 21The Importance of Real Estate Agents in Finding a Home, Jun18Impact Of Student Debt On Future Housing Demand, Jun 13Price in California Up for 2 Months in a Row, MayShort Sale or Foreclosure? What to Consider Before Making The Decision, Feb 24Lengthy Time on Market Remains an Issue for Short Sales, Jan 26Overlooked Google Analytics Indicators, Jan 12Improved Economic Conditions Provided Support to the Housing Market, January2011 2011 Housing Market Wrap Up and 2012 Outlook, DecemberRestoration of FHA High Cost Limit to Help Challenged Market Segment, NovemberFirst-Time Buyers Drop Off as Tax Credits Expired, Oct 25, 2011Lengthy Time on Market Keeping Short Sale Inventory High, OctoberChallenging Times for Home Sellers, Sept 30, 2011REO Properties in Short Supply, SeptemberDowngrades, Debt Concerns, and the Impact on Mortgage Rates, Aug 11, 2011The Sales-to-List Price Ratio: Non-Distressed, REO, and Short Sales, AugustThe Sales-to-List Price Ratio of The California Housing Market, JulyToday’s Home Buyer, JuneRates for High-End of the Market to Go Up this October, May 13, 2011
2011 First Quarter Housing Market Report,
MayPrice Differences and the Mix of Home Sales,
AprilThe California Pending Home Sales Index Rose in January, Mar 03, 2011Length of Time to Close – Back to Pre-Peak Levels, Jan 14, 2011Timing Market Prices, March Is it Better to Buy or Rent in 2011?, FebruaryPrice Trends of Distressed Sales and Non-Distressed Sales, January2010There’s a Reason for Differences in Price, Dec 10, 20102010 Housing Market Recap & 2011 Outlook, DecemberWhat Sellers Need To Know Right Now, NovemberHome Buying Trifecta: Right House, Right Price, Right Rate, October Low Rates: Good for Buyers and Good for the Economy, SeptemberInventory Levels Higher Across the Board, Aug 27, 2010Home Sales Remained Stagnant after Tax Credits Expired, AugustWhat can you learn from Buyers to Improve Your Business, July[Housing Market] Life After the Tax Credits?, June 23, 2010Divergence in National, State, and Regional Markets, JuneAffordability the Fundamental Story Now, MayUnemployed, Underemployed…What Does It All Mean?, April 21, 2010First Quarter Housing Market Report, AprilWhat’s Motivating First-Time Home Buyers? , Mar 10, 2010Double [Dip] or Nothing?, MarchHome Prices Softened as Sales Remained Solid at the Start of 2010, February Pending Sales – California versus the Nation, Jan 12, 20102009Affordability Hit Historic High in 2009, Nov 15, 2009Who's Selling and Why , Oct 15, 20092009 Housing Market Wrap-Up, JanuaryFor questions about Real Estate 411, please contact the Research & Economics Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 739-8352
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