Rising House Prices Lead to Longer Commutes

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It’s no secret that many people dream of living in California. This comes at the cost of an average statewide house price over twice the national average, for a number of reasons. Despite its size, California is limited in amount of vacant land available, as a result of both the high population and topographical constraints. […]

Higher interest rates and demand predicted in coming few years

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Global markets are stabilizing, which will cause interest rates previously held in check by cautious investors to increase. This predicts a slight downtown in 2018, since currently sales volume is low and prices are high, so rising interest rates will initially decrease demand from prospective buyers who can no longer afford to qualify for what […]

Home-sales-per-household ratio remains flat despite inventory concerns

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The following article is reprinted from first tuesday journal, and was written by Carrie B. Reyes.  We seldom reprint entire articles, however this contains a unique interpretation of statistics worthy of being widely distributed.  Our thanks to first tuesday journal and Ms. Reyes. On a monthly basis, 2.9 homes sold per 1,000 households at the […]

Monthly Market Direction – December 2017

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To give you the most current information, we personally chart sales activity in the LA South Bay.  This hyper-local information often involves very small numbers of sales to work with on a monthly basis. This December 2017 chart shows the daily changes in the number of homes available in blue, and the trend line in […]