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California Bouncing Back in a Big Big Way!



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A recent report from Realtor.com indicated that six of the nations “Top Turnaround Towns” in terms of home sales were located in California.   Realtor.com looked at several factors in making their determination including:  listing activity, weighted seaerch, inventory of homes for sale, and median list price.

“In California from north to south, east to west, it’s a sellers market!”

Home prices surged 28 percent in June in southern California.  Lower interest rates have expanded market prices whiche are viewed as non-sustainable, at this increasing rate.  As interest rates rise it is anticipated that home prices will drop.

Pending home sales fell five percent in August from July 2013, according to the California Association of Realtors.  The pending sales index fell year over year nine percent in August for the California Homes Sales market.  These are considered to be an important indicator of future real estate market activity.

Drops are considered to be attributable to rising interest rates over the past months.  It is anticipated that the Fed is moving toward five percent 30-year fixed mortgage rates, although they stand in the mid-four percent range at this time as the Fed continues its massive bond buying program.

In California the housing market remains tight, with a non-distressed inventor of home for sale at 3.1 percent, with six percent being in the normal range.

 



You don't have to pay a realtor 6% to sell in 2013. List your home on the MLS for as little as $249. Flat Fee Realtors and Listings sound too good to be true, but we've been doing it for 12 years:
It's called Flat Fee Listing
.

Compare Flat Fee Costs!

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