So Cal Re Market Report/ Buyer, Seller & Investor Tips

So Cal Re Market Report/ Buyer, Seller & Investor Tips

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So Cal Market Beat

Buyer, Seller & Investor Tips

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MAI     $/sqft       Median                 Avg. DOM

MAI     $/sqft       Median                 Avg. DOM

92807

92       $528     $1,119,500             2

74      $550       $824,500           4

Current active inventory in Anaheim, CA 92807 is very low. Keep this in mind when looking at this report.

92808

80       $606      $1,549,000              10

74      $567       $689,900          4

Menifee

86       $283      $624,949                 33

Inventory currently too low for a market report in Menifee, CA 

MAI: Market Action Index. MAI of 30 represents a balanced market between buyers and sellers. Over 30 indicates a seller market and below 30 is a buyer market.

Avg. DOM:  Average days on the market

Source altos.re

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5 Week Trends

In So Cal, there was overall upward trend in inventory with average increase of 1.92%. The exception was Ventura County with decrease of 3.95%.

New listings in the region showed upward trend with an average increase of 1.87%. The exceptions were Los Angeles & Ventura Counties with respective decrease of 1.86% & 9.19%.

New listings were 33.52% of total active inventory and older listings were at 12.43% of the active listings.

Coming soon inventory changed the trend from last week and went down by 0.22%.

Closed listings changed the trend from last week and went up by an average of 10.17% in So Cal. 

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