June 23, 2021
By Saeed Ghaffari
So Cal Market Beat
Buyer, Seller & Investor Tips
ECON 101 (Supply & Demand)
Table below shows the impact of the market trends and factors on our economy.
|MAI $/sqft Median Avg. DOM||MAI $/sqft Median Avg. DOM|
|Azusa||87 $439 $693,950 9||88 $379 $726,950 28|
|Covina||95 $440 $720,000 44||66 $355 $535,000 16|
|Glendora||71 $448 $1,048,000 55||73 $429 $517,500 147|
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
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5 Week Trends
All counties in So Cal showed an increase in the current inventory, with exception of San Diego County & Ventura County that showed a slight drop of 0.46% & 0.32%. There was an average increase of 1.42% in the region.
New listings in the region showed an overall downward trend with an average of 2.22%. Los Angeles and Orange counties showed a growth of 2.01% and 7.45% respectively. On the other hand; Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura counties showed a decrease of 10.44%, 6.66%, 6.17% and 2.70% respectively. Older listings also showed downward trend with the an average drop for the region being 1.17%.
New listings were 28.84% of total active inventory and older listings slightly went down to 11.45% of the active listings.
Coming soon inventory continued the trend from last week and went up slightly by 3.58%.
Closed listings continued the trend from past couple weeks and went up slightly by an average of 1.31% in So Cal.
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Should I Wait For Housing To Crash Further Before I Buy A House? 3 Reasons The End of 2022 Could Be The Very Best Time To Jump In
Prices falling in expensive cities
In two-thirds of major regional housing markets — 98 out of 148 — prices continue to drop, especially in more expensive locations.
We may see expensive markets fall further, which if that happens sooner than later, would make it an excellent time to buy into an expensive market. This wouldn’t have registered as a possibility even a few months back.
It’s difficult to predict if this will happen. And if so, whether falling prices become offset by the federal interest rate hikes practically certain to arrive in the coming months.
The only way to know for sure is to wait until the latest rate hike sets in.
Meanwhile, keep in mind that — as with any investment — it’s best time to buy is usually when prices are low.
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The days of waiving contingencies such as appraisals and forgoing inspections are fading into the rearview mirror. Still, contract activity remains slightly competitive depending on your location.
At least 24% of buyers waived the inspection contingency in December 2022, according to the National Association of Realtors confidence survey, up from 16% a month prior and 19% one year ago. An additional 24% of buyers waived an appraisal contingency in December, up slightly from 16% in November and 21% a year ago.
Home inspection contingencies are particularly important because it can let you know if there’s a deal-breaking issue with the property before a purchase occurs. It can also help you negotiate repairs with the seller, which is becoming increasingly common in today’s market.
“If buyers have this short window to buy where they can get incentives to purchase, [they] would rather buy where they have an opportunity to really think about it, get an inspection, a financing contingency and not feel rushed,” Jeff Reynolds, broker at Compass and founder of UrbanCondoSpaces.com, told Yahoo Finance.