According to the California Association of Realtors, in September 2021, real estate prices rose for more than a decade and domestic prices fell in the fourth quarter.

Closed sales of single-family homes in California totaled 489,590 units per year in September. By 2020, annual consumers may be equivalent to the number of properties if sales continue throughout the year during September. Currency exchange rates sometimes fluctuate, which often affects stores.

In August, the sales price rose by more than DEM 400,000 in the third month directly from the COVID-19 scandal, which caused serious damage to the real estate market earlier this year, at a higher price. Bought since February 2009. Sold in the first year.

“While consumers will continue to be encouraged to take advantage of the lower tax option, stocks will grow over the next two months and the internal market must be a clear economic opportunity. They will always suffer.” “They are still worried,” he said. “CAR President Jeanne Radick. Where are the expensive houses and where do people buy more houses to raise money.”

As real estate sales continued in September and higher real estate prices accelerated faster than in any other market, prices in the region fell sharply last year after record highs in June, July, and August. California house prices rose $ 700,000 for the second month in a row, reaching $ 712,430 in September, rising 0.8 percent to $ 706,900 in August and $ 605,680 to 17.6 percent in September 2019. It has been published since February 2014 and averaged over six months from March 2020 to August 2020.

“District housing prices have fallen sharply over the past four months, which appears to have risen sharply as property prices and California prices continue to rise above expectations,” he said. Vice President and CEO Leslie Appleton-Jr. “However, due to the short-term market in recent years, low real estate sales, and six-and-a-half-year price increases, the short-term market may weaken over time due to inequality in demand, which could lead to higher housing shortages inflation.”

Although house prices are rising, buyers still say it’s a good time to sell, as noted in C.CA.R. Month index consumers. A reading created in early October 2021 found that 56 percent of consumers said it was a good time to sell, up from 55 percent last month, but 52 percent this year. At the same time, low-interest rates remain a hope for housing; Twenty-eight percent of surveyed buyers thought it was a good time to buy a home since last year, while 25 percent said it was a good time to buy a home.

Important information C.A.R. from September 2020, including:

• At the regional level, sales in all major branches doubled over the past year. The Central Coast and San Francisco Bay had the highest growth in September, with both regions growing 42% and 34.2%, respectively. This was followed by increases in northern (28.3%), southern California (25.0%), and central valley (18.4%).

• More than nine out of ten countries (47 out of 51) have registered C.A.R. Each year’s event is accompanied by closing products, Fulu is growing rapidly compared to the previous year by 1.3.3 percent, followed by Amador (122.4%) and Money (118.8%). Emerging countries earned 39.2 percent from last year. Sales fell in four states and Merced fell 20.8 percent year-on-year.

• Sales in remote areas remained warm in September as demand for housing in these areas has increased since last year. South Lake Tahoe real estate grew three percent (105.4%) each year for the second month in a row, with Rim O’s World and Tahoe Sierra growing 107.6 and 73.6 percent, respectively. Changes in working conditions and the need to move out of cities are forcing home buyers to move to secret places where they can get a second home for their money.

• At the regional level, all major branches reported double prices from the previous year. The highest inflation rates are in the Middle East – 20.6 percent more than a year ago, followed by the San Francisco Bay Area (20.5%), the Far North (19.0%), and Southern California. 15.2%) and Central Valley (14.6%). All areas except San Francisco Bay Bay set high prices in September.

• All 55 constituencies were audited by C.A.R. reported annual revenue, while in thirty-nine years it grew by 10 percent or more. Lassen had the highest salary, earning 51.4 percent a year – more. Humboldt is the only province where average prices have fallen over the past year, and no state has had the same level in recent years.

• Retail stores were launched more slowly than ever before and retail stores remained significantly lower than last year. The annual decline of more than forty-five percent in September was the fourth consecutive year, while the rate of increase fell to 40 percent from a year earlier.

• Consumer strength remains strong and brand growth is declining, C.A.R Unsold Inventory Index (UII). has fallen to its lowest level since November 2004. The UII has fallen from 3.6 months in September 2019 to 2.0 months in September.

• Reports go down to all major sites. On the Central Coast, the worst fall last September was (-60.3%), followed by the Central Valley (-51.5%), Southern California (-49.9%), the Far North (-43.9%), and San Francisco. bay (-31.9%). Of the 59 counties, 49 were reported by C.A.R. look over the year – the decline in species diversity in September. Santa Barbara fell last year (83.7%), followed by San Bernardino (65.8%) and Merced (65.7%). Twenty-five states accounted for less than half of the jobs they had in September 2019. San Francisco (47.2%) and San Mateo (2.6%) are the only states in California with a large annual action plan.

• Increase rental housing to two numbers in all price categories, but the problem has become more evident in the cheap market. The tax business has continued to decline since last year, with sales of goods below $ 1 million falling by 55 percent a year. Compared to last year, real estate sales between $ 1 and $ 3 million fell 30.4 percent, and homes sold for more than $ 3 million were down 19.4 percent.

• The number of days required to purchase a closed home in California was 14 days in September, declining from September 24, 2019. September 2020 was lower than previously mentioned.

Government assessments of the C.A.R. nationally, it is 100 percent in September 2020 and 98.5 percent in September 2019.

• The government price for a single-family unit is $ 321 until September 2020 and $ 287 in September 2019.

• 30-year rent, with 2.89 percent in September, fell from 3.61 percent in September 2019, according to Freddie Mac. The adjusted five-year inflation rate was 2.98 percent, compared to 3.38 percent in September 2019.

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