Market Stats for 1st Quarter, Long Beach CA and Nearby Cities

Not surprisingly, with the low low interest rates, prices have climbed especially with single family homes.  Condo prices have varied, and do vary by zip code, especially in Long Beach where completely different areas have their own pricing.  All median prices in the chart below are for cities regardless of specific areas, and this chart is meant to show an overall trend for the 1st quarter of 2015:

MEDIAN SALES PRICES1/1/20153/1/2015
Long Beach Single Family$482,500$540,000
Long Beach Condo$310,000$275,000
Long Beach Multi-Family$599,000$620,000

Lakewood Single Family$443,500$475,000
Lakewood Condon/a$300,005
Lakewood Multi-Family$452,000$579,000

Cerritos Single Family$602,000$638,000
Cerritos Condo$285,000$453,000
Cerritos Multi-Familyn/an/a

Bellflower Single Family$418,000$395,000
Bellflower Condo$300,000$280,000
Bellflower Multi-Family$550,000$602,000
Data provided by Market Analyzer

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