Prices Continue Up for June in Many Cities, But Sales Volume Way Down

Average single family home prices in June, 2014, and the increase or decrease compared directly to June of one year ago (prices may differ from overall annualized price), plus stats on closed sales and days on market (DOM).  Actual number and percentage of sales are down (see red column), a lot; properties are usually spending more time on the market before going into escrow (last column); and the average house price, on a citywide basis, is higher than one year ago.  The percentage increase in price, however, is lower compared to May's increases, in many areas. (P.S. See my new Metro Summary page for Long Beach region info for July).

Cerritos$739,333+10.8%Closed Sales-40%DOM +27.8%

Lakewood$463,096+7%Closed Sales-32%DOM +8%

Long Beach$555,496+17%Closed Sales-28.4%DOM +58%

Los Alamitos$726,667+9%Closed Sales-57%DOM +72%

Seal Beach$1,021,223+14%Closed Sales-20%DOM -33.3%

Signal Hill$655,000+7%Closed Sales-75%DOM +87%

Huntington Beach$920,396+19%Closed Sales-21%DOM +68%

Norwalk$340,943+9%Closed Sales-8%DOM +5%

Downey$444,903+8%Closed Sales-24%DOM +59%  

Garden Grove$503,922+15%       Closed Sales-58%DOM -9%

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