Thursday, April 23, 2009

March Prices per Zip Code

Rather than just publish a large list of prices (that no one probably looks at), I thought I would pull out the Corona and Riverside zips and see how March compared to February. Overall the county only fell 1.5% last month. But you can see from this data that the higher end zips are still taking a beating.

Corona lost gound on median price in all zip codes, with 3 of the 5 zip codes falling about 5% in one month. On a price per sq/ft basis the numbers were negative in 4 of the 5 zip codes. The prices in Corona fell in 9 of the 10 data sets last month.

Riverside did not do much better. 5 of the 8 zip codes had price declines averaging nearly 10% in one month. 3 of the 8 zips posted median increases. One zip code posted a 20% increase in median although the price per s/f in that zip was nearly flat. That would indicate larger homes were selling last month in that zip code. The price per s/f in Riverside was also down in 6 of the 8 zip codes with 2 zips just squeaking in with a rise.



zip sales median change s/f change
Riverside 92501 35 $159 -19.00% $97 -9%
Riverside 92503 128 $167 -8.00% $116 -4%
Riverside 92504 71 $141 -6.00% $115 2.60%
Riverside 92505 45 $200 4.70% $121 -3%
Riverside 92506 61 $200 -11.00% $129 -16%
Riverside 92507 37 $175 1.00% $104 -5.50%
Riverside 92508 39 $296 -4.00% $107 -7.00%
Riverside 92509 91 $170 21.00% $113 2.00%














Corona 92879 56 $250 -1.60% $135 3.00%
Corona 92880 103 $335 -5.10% $116 -5.70%
Corona 92881 52 $328 -5.00% $148 -0.07%
Corona 92882 82 $253 -4.60% $137 -8.70%
Corona 92883 74 $290 -0.03% $126 -0.80%














4 comments:

Joseph said...

May Prices? Didn't know you can predict the future...hehe

golfer_X said...

did I say May, no May prices will be worse than these.....

Rob Dawg said...

Jim the Realtor calls it the great squishdown.
Rob Dawg calls it the slinky snapback.
Same thing.

reelforeel said...

hmm...so Obama`s plan doesn`t work huh?