Monday, July 28, 2008

The weekly tumble

Here's this weeks median listing data from Housingtracker.net. The numbers are continuing to decline. In the core areas this week, the middle did not move much but both the high end and the low end saw average declines of $5k and $4k. On the County wide numbers the low end and high end did not move much but the middle saw about a $3k decline.


Riverside, California

Including Arlington, Bloomington, Box Springs, Canyon Crest, Casa Blanca, Colton, Corona, Crestmore, Fontana, Grand Terrace, Jurupa, La Sierra, Mira Loma, Moreno Valley, Norco, Perris, Rubidoux, Woodcrest

Trend07/28/20081 month3 month6 month12 month
Median Price$259,000-4.1%-13.6%-27.0%-39.8%
Inventory13,430-1.7%-9.2%-2.0%-10.3%

Historical Data

DateInventory25th Percentile50th Percentile
(Median)
75th Percentile
07/28/200813,430$190,000$259,000$354,900
07/21/200813,470$194,900$259,900$359,000
07/14/200814,390$195,000$260,000$359,900
07/07/200813,511$199,000$266,000$365,000
07/01/200813,897$199,900$269,900$369,900
06/28/200813,666$199,900$270,000$370,000



Weekly Data for Riverside and San Berdu County

Weekly inventory and median asking prices for Single Family and Condo homes (together) are displayed in the trend box below. 25th and 75th percentile prices for the last ten weeks are shown in the table. For a longer history of trends see the averages data further down.

Trend07/28/20081 month3 month6 month12 month
Median Price$254,900-5.6%-14.7%-25.0%-36.1%
Inventory45,999+0.1%-4.7%-9.0%-12.2%


DateInventory
(SFH + Condo)
25th Percentile50th Percentile
(Median)
75th Percentile
07/28/200845,999$184,500$254,900$369,900
07/21/200847,243$185,000$257,600$371,175
07/14/200845,778$189,900$259,999$379,000
07/07/200846,531$189,905$264,900$379,900
06/30/200845,947$194,900$269,900$387,500
06/23/200847,519$195,225$270,000$389,000

3 comments:

ButterMonkey said...

X, is there similar data to this that shows the percentiles for homes that actually sold last month? That would be interesting info.

golfer_X said...

The dataQuick monthly numbers that I post show the declines. I usually try to post both the sales by city and the sales by zip code. They usually only shoe the numbers versus 12 months ago but if you were curious you could keep a spreadsheet on your own to see how the numbers were moving month to month.

golfer_X said...

Hmm spell check fails me again. That would be SHOW and not shoe.....