Single Family Home housing report for the Santa Clarita Valley Cities

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    Our journey for this week begins with us in Acton California. Not really in Acton – but looking at the real estate intel in Acton CA – Paris911.com/ActonPrices We have a flat trend with regard to the housing prices in this “horse driven” city. Flattened out at $415,000 for this week. Days on market has reduced to an average of 94 – Paris911.com/DaysonMarket

    Nothing too exciting – this week was the same as last week in Canyon Country California. Paris911.com/CanyonCountryPrices – However we also had a reduced Days on Market, further proof that inventory is being swallowed up by the Hungry Real Estate Buyer.

    Castaic CA – Down – who'd of thought? The median sales price was reduced this week to $345,000, which is a downward price trend from last week in this Santa Clarita City. In addition, the price per square foot rose to $176 and you can see those stats by clicking here: Paris911.com/PricePerSquareFoot

    Buyers representatives in the Santa Clarita valley cities

    Make sure you see the PDF's with the executive market report summaries by clicking on this link: SantaClaritaHousingMarket.com

    Saugus CA was no surprise in the Single Family Residence recon. Saugus CA reported a price increase from last week to this week to a median list price of $464,000.00. That is good news for the local home sellers in Saugus CA. However, for the buyers, not so much. But with the low interest rates, there is a silver lining for sure. Paris911.com/SaugusPrices

    Stevenson Ranch CA – Median sales price is up to $749,000, that is an increase over last week – We also have a notable increase in price per square foot for the Stevenson Ranch area up to $244. We are watching there is the same downward trend being established in the days on market reporting for this week as compared to last – 90 days on market is the average time frame for the listings that enter the for sale market in Stevenson Ranch CA.

    The averages of the Stevenson Ranch homes were 3200 square feet in living space, with an 8k to 10k square foot lot. Median numbers of bedrooms were 4.0 and bathrooms were 3.0. Paris911.com/StevensonRanchPrices

    Valencia California: Another top city in the Santa Clarita Valley reported an increase in Median List price this week up to $469,000. We also observed an increase to $248 a square foot being reported. The average median house size was 1957 square feet with lots averaging 4501 to 6500 square feet. The average days on market was flat as compared to last week. Paris911.com/ValenciaPrices

    In all of the cities within the Santa Clarita Valley – it is a solid sellers market. Giving the maximum advantage to the real estate sellers of the world. We will keep you posted with our market updates for next week when the data has been compiled. However, I'd opine that we won't see much of a change in a buyers favor.

    That is why the New Home and New home builders have gained a strong foothold within the Santa Clarita Valley buyer's market. That is also why we have New housing experts to assist you with the purchase of new homes and new housing. Paris911.com/NewHomes There is are reasons to use your own representative at the new home builder sites. Have a read as to why. NewSantaClaritaHomes.com

    Sign up to get your very own Santa Clarita real estate market reports by clicking on this link: Paris911.com/Reports and you will have the best intel that can be found on-line in a Santa Clarita specific city.

     

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    One Response to “Single Family Home housing report for the Santa Clarita Valley Cities”

    • Paula B.

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      Hi Connor, Happy April! Gorgeous up here atop the Angeles Forest Mtn. Range, very green natural settings and poppys starting to bloom. Tis the spring season! Also to get the gas weeders charged up for abatement in full force. Tough some times being senior citizens. Truly appreciate your email broadcasts. Just curious why Green Valley never in topics of discussion, as it is absolutely Santa Clarita 91390, and buyers need to be reminded of its existence and a terrific place to live. Actually, many don’t even know such a small town exists in Santa Clarita. Most likely why it takes much longer to sell up here, as have personally experienced. Of course trying to sell our home during Great Recession was not such a good plan either. Anyway we have been off of MLS since January 2013. I agree, investors with cash still out there in full force grabbing up whatever they can. Receive calls from them several times a week plus realtors attempting to acquire our listing. Now our dilema appears to be where can we move to if we do sell our lovely place due to lack of housing market inventory in So. CA or AZ. Even the desert areas their inventory has been plucked, except for more expensive homes. Know if we do list on MLS again, will have to raise our price from last offering of $230,000. There’s no comps to compare this place to. We have a lovely hillside home w/det. 2-car garage on almost one acre and a wraparound panoramic view to boot. Believe our house sits at the highest point in GV. It seems prices are going up monthly everywhere but here (referred to as “the forgotten town of Santa Clarita”) , with prices climbing even in Frazier Park, Castaic, Lebec, Phelan, and all desert outskirts. Crazy time in real estate isn’t it and not easy to predict. Take care, Paula Bello in Green Valley

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