Latest Real Estate Updates for the Region and our State

News and Data as of March 4, 2021:

The following articles have been pulled from special sections curated by the IE-RE News editors to reflect the latest and most relevant information related to housing and real estate:

DATENews and Information:

February 23

By CBSLA Staff

February 19

Existing, single-family home sales totaled 484,730 in January on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, down 4.9 percent from December and up 22.5 percent from January 2020.

January’s statewide median home price was $699,890, down 2.5 percent from December and up 21.7 percent from January 2020.

The statewide Unsold Inventory Index was 1.5 months in January, up from 1.3 months in December but down from 3.4 months in January 2020.

By CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.)

February 19

By CBSLA Staff

February 18

The 2020 fourth-quarter findings from Realtor.com also showed the county was the third fastest-growing​ luxury housing market in the nation.

By Toni McAllister

February 17

It might seem impossible that the already strong market could break new records, but the thriving industrial market recorded 26 million square feet of absorption in 2020.

By Kelsi Maree Borland

February 16

By Stan Smith

February 10

By Lisa Brown

February 9

By Tim Kohut

February 8

By Les Shaver

February 8

By Paul Centopani

February 6

By Jacob Passy

January 29

In 2020, there were a record number of industrial transactions, and Phoenix and the Inland Empire were among the top markets.

By Kelsi Maree Borland

January 27

By Ingo Winzer

January 24

“You keep expecting regulation to take a toll on business … but when you look at the numbers and metrics, they keep going and going.”

By Linda Baker

January 22

By Diana Olick

January 22

Home prices and sales have surged, but the good news doesn’t extend to most renters

By Ian Spiegelman

January 21

Home prices and sales have surged, but the good news doesn’t extend to most renters

By Jeff Shaw in California, Industrial, Market Reports, Western, Western Market Reports

January 21

By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters

January 20

By Kelsey Pudloski

January 20

By Dana M. Reid and Matthew Widmyer

January 15

– Existing, single-family home sales totaled 509,750 in December on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 0.2 percent from November and up 28 percent from December 2019.

– December’s statewide median home price was $717,930, up 2.7 percent from November and up 16.8 percent from December 2019.

– For 2020 as a whole, sales of existing statewide homes were up 3.5 percent from last year.

By CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.)