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Housing price cuts point to a shift in Southland market

Los Angeles Times

Southern California housing market downshifts in August

Sacramento Bee

Sacramento housing market continues to cool off

San Jose Mercury News

August slowdown hits Bay Area housing market after red-hot year

U-T San Diego

Pace of home price appreciation picks up

Business Week

California home sales decline amid tight market

Orange County Register

How much house does $600K buy you in O.C.? Not as much now

SFGate

Million (and multi-million) dollar home sales hit record in Bay Area

NBC News

San Francisco: Golden Gate and $1M Golden Real Estate

FOX Business

California home foreclosure starts plunge to new 8-year-low in second quarter as prices soar

Sacramento Bee

Foreclosures continue to plunge in California

San Jose Mercury News

Bay Area home builders struggle to keep up with demand

Sun Sentinel

Blackstone Group still buying properties in South Florida

Mortgage News Daily

California Home Sales Dip, Prices Don't

Bloomberg

Home Sales Topping $100 Million Smash U.S. Price Records

Housing Wire

4 metrics reveal California's true housing market

KPBS

Foreclosure Numbers Remain Low In San Diego

Financial Times

Seattle in US bounces back after downturn in its property market

BlogTalkRadio

Lansner on Real Estate talks with DataQuick's John Karevoll

  Weekly National Home Sales: 252,936 and Median Price: $232,500 (10/2/14)

Seattle Home Sales

Seattle Region August Home Sales

Seattle-area homes sold at a near-average pace in August but sales fell short of July and a year ago amid a four-year low in the share of homes bought by investors and other absentee buyers. The median sale price fell from a six-year high reached this June and July but rose 3 percent year-over-year – the smallest annual gain in more than two years... full story

Miami Home Sales

Miami Region August Home Sales

Miami-area home sales fell on a year-over-year basis for the third consecutive month in August, when cash and investor purchases, as well as overall sub-$200,000 sales, continued to run well below year-ago levels. The August median sale price dipped below a 68-month high reached in July but rose year-over-year, though that single-digit annual gain was the lowest in two years... full story

 

Las Vegas Graph

Las Vegas Region August Home Sales

The Las Vegas region logged its slowest August home sales in 16 years last month amid affordability and inventory constraints as well as the lowest level of all-cash purchases since late 2008. Although home price appreciation continued to run well below last year’s pace, the median sale price rose to a nearly six-year high... full story

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California August Home Sales

An estimated 37,228 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide in August. That was down 6.0 percent from 39,608 in July, and down 12.5 percent from 42,546 sales in August 2013... full story

 

bay Bay Area Home Sales Slow in August; Prices Increases Ease Back

The number of Bay Area homes that sold last month declined again, as potential buyers continued to struggle with constrained supply, tricky mortgage availability and affordability issues. The median price paid for a Bay Area home dropped somewhat, as it usually does from July to August... full story


SoCal Graph Southland Home Sales Sputter; Median Sale Price Hits 80-Month High

Southern California home sales slipped to a four-year low for August as would-be buyers faced inventory and affordability challenges and investor purchases held at the lowest level in several years. The median sale price climbed to a post-recession high...  full story

$MillSalesMillion-Dollar Home Sales Up Again in the Golden State

The number of California homes that sold for a million dollars or more rose to its highest level in seven years last quarter, the result of rising home prices and an improving economy. The luxury market's high end continues to do best, with record sales above the $2 million mark...  full story

NODsCalifornia Foreclosure Starts Lowest Since 2005

The number of California homes entering the formal foreclosure process last quarter dropped to the lowest level since late 2005, the result of a stronger economy and higher home values...  full story

Portland Home Sales

Portland Region April Home Sales

Portland-area April home sales rose more than usual from March and sold at the fastest pace for an April in seven years amid strong condo resales and a signficant overall increase for mid- to high-end homes. The median sale price rose to a five-and-half-year high, although the gain from a year earlier was single-digit for the second consecutive month... full story

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Phoenix Region April Home Sales

The Phoenix area’s median sale price dipped slightly in April compared with March and the single-digit increase from a year earlier was the smallest in 26 months, the result of rising inventory, waning investor demand and affordability constraints. The number of homes sold was the lowest for an April in six years... full story