Homebuying in Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel as well as San Clemente fell 16 percent from August with November vs. the exact same period in 2017 amid a high countywide downturn.
When primetime selling season ended in Orange Region this summer season, home seekers stopped. That created the slowest-selling August-to-November period in seven years. Perpetrators were high costs and also pricey home mortgages. At the same time, property owners as well as contractors improved the supply of houses offer for sale.
Below’s what my trusty spreadsheet told me when taking a look at house-hunting patterns at the area degree in 2018’s August-to-November duration vs. the same timeframe in ’17.
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… 1. Acquisitions: House sales in this duration totaled 1,103 vs. 1,306 a year previously, a decline of 15.5 percent.
2. That’s up: Rates increased in five of the six ZIPs as sales rose in no ZIPs.
3. Countywide: $725,000 typical market price, up 3.6 percent. Orange Region sales completed 11,429 houses, existing and also new, vs. 13,178 a year previously, a decline of 13.3 percent. Rates climbed in 56 out of 83 Orange Area ZIPs, and sales were up in 17 out of 83 ZIPs.
Here is exactly how rates and sales moved at the neighborhood degree …
… 4. Aliso Viejo 92656: $578,000 mean, up 13.3 percent. Price ranking in Orange County: No. 67 out of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 232 vs. 301 a year earlier, a decrease of 22.9 percent.
5. Dana Factor 92624: $895,000 mean, up 16.2 percent. Price rank? No. 20. Sales of 32 vs. 38 a year earlier, a decline of 15.8 percent.
6. Dana Point 92629: $882,500 typical, down 15.6 percent. Rate ranking? No. 21. Sales of 176 vs. 222 a year previously, a decrease of 20.7 percent.
7. Laguna Niguel 92677: $847,000 mean, up 19.6 percent. Rate ranking? No. 24. Sales of 326 vs. 382 a year earlier, a decrease of 14.7 percent.
8. San Clemente 92672: $980,000 typical, up 13.3 percent. Cost rank? No. 12. Sales of 180 vs. 188 a year previously, a decrease of 4.3 percent.
9. San Clemente 92673: $925,000 mean, up 10.1 percent. Rate rank? No. 18. Sales of 157 vs. 175 a year earlier, a decline of 10.3 percent.
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… 10. Single-family-home resales: 6,761 Orange Area sales vs. 7,836 a year previously, a decrease of 13.7 percent in the period. Average: $772,000 — — an increase of 2.3 percent in the period.
11. Condominium resales: 2,977 sales vs. 3,485 a year previously, a decline of 14.6 percent in one year. Average: $505,000 — — a surge of 3.2 percent in a year.
12. New residences: Contractors offered 1,691 residences vs. 1,857 a year previously, a decrease of 8.9 percent in twelve month. Average: $955,000 — — a surge of 11.9 percent in a year.
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