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Garden Grove, Westminster homebuying: Where did sales fall more?

Homebuying in Garden Grove in the third quarter has a smaller dip in sales activity than Westminster in the summer.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns from the July-to-September quarter vs. a year ago. Here’s what we found:

Sales in Garden Grove fell as 317 residences sold in the summer quarter vs. 349 in 2016. That’s a loss of 9.2 percent vs. a 2.2 percent gain countywide.

In Westminster — ZIP 92683 — 148 homes sold vs. 169 a year ago. That’s a sales loss of 12.4 percent.
Westminster median selling price was $610,000 vs. $ 584,851 a year ago, a gain of

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/24/garden-grove-westminster-homebuying-where-did-sales-fall-more/
Date: 1511523553

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Tustin homebuying down 14%: Numbers to know

Homebuying in Tustin in the third quarter could not keep pace with countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Sales in Tustin fell as 242 residences were purchased this year vs. 281 a year ago. That’s a loss of 14 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in Tustin for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report:

Tustin ZIP code 92780 — 129 homes sold vs. 127 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 1.6 percent. Median selling price of $611,000 vs. $560,037

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/23/tustin-homebuying-down-14-numbers-to-know/
Date: 1511436612

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San Clemente homebuying drops 6.5%: 11 facts to know

Homebuying in San Clemente in the third quarter could not keep pace with countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Here’s 11 things we learned about the summer quarter:

1. Sales in San Clemente fell as 289 residences were purchased this year vs. 309 a year ago. That’s a loss of 6.5 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in San Clemente …

2. San Clemente ZIP code 92672 — 153 homes sold vs. 152 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 0.7 percent. Median

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/22/san-clemente-homebuying-drops-6-5-11-facts-to-know/
Date: 1511349650

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Lake Forest homebuying: Sales up 4.6% in summer

Homebuying in Lake Forest in the third quarter outpaced countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago for the older parts of Lake Forest and Foothill Ranch. Sales rose as 389 residences were purchased this year vs. 372 a year ago. That’s a gain of 4.6 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report:

Lake Forest ZIP 92630 — 344 homes sold vs. 285 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 20.7 percent. Median of $710,000 vs. $639,640 last

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/20/lake-forest-homebuying-sales-up-4-6-in-summer/
Date: 1511175707

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Midway City or Stanton: Where was housing hotter this summer?

Was homebuying hotter in Midway City or Stanton this summer?

Here’s what CoreLogic’s homebuying report for the two communities told us about activity in the third quarter vs. a year ago …

Midway City ZIP code 92655

1. 9 homes sold in the latest period vs. 17 last year. That’s a sales loss of 47.1 percent.

2. Median selling price of $610,000 vs. $500,000 in 2016, a gain of 22 percent.

3. The median was 56th highest out of 83 Orange County ZIPs.

Stanton ZIP 90680

1. 77 homes sold in the latest period vs. 60 last year. That’s a sales gain of 28.3

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/19/midway-city-or-stanton-where-was-housing-hotter-this-summer/
Date: 1511088764

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Dana Point homebuying: Sales up 5.2% in summer

Homebuying in Dana Point in the third quarter outpaced countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Sales in Dana Point rose as 181 residences were purchased this year vs. 172 a year ago. That’s a gain of 5.2 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in Dana Point for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report:

Dana Point ZIP code 92624 — 35 homes sold vs. 26 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 34.6 percent. Median selling price of $875,000 vs. $788,288

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/18/dana-point-homebuying-sales-up-5-2-in-summer/
Date: 1511001818

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La Habra summer homebuying: Prices and sales warmed up

This summer, the La Habra housing market looked strong.

CoreLogic statistics for the July-to-September quarter, compared with the same period a year earlier, show these five trends for La Habra homebuying …

1. 186 homes sold this year vs. 179 a year ago.

2. That’s a one-year sales gain of 3.9 percent vs. a countywide homebuying gain of 2.2 percent.

3. Median selling price this year of $525,000 vs. $505,294 in 2016.

4. That’s a price gain of 3.9 percent. The countywide median was $696,000, up 8.2 percent vs. third quarter 2016.

5. The La Habra 90631 median ranks No. 72 priciest out of 83

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/16/la-habra-summer-homebuying-prices-and-sales-warmed-up/
Date: 1510827781

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Summer homebuying around Coto de Caza: 13 things to know

This summer, the housing market looked solid in South County ZIP code 92679 — a slice of the foothills that stretches from Portola Hills and Trabuco Canyon through Dove Canyon, Coto de Caza and Wagon Wheel.

CoreLogic statistics for the July-to-September quarter, compared with the same period a year earlier, show these five trends for 92679 homebuying …

1. 178 homes sold this year vs. 172 a year ago.

2. That’s a one-year sales gain of 3.5 percent vs. a countywide homebuying gain of 2.2 percent.

3. Median selling price this year of $855,000 vs. $827,686 in 2016.

4. That’s a price gain of

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/15/summer-homebuying-around-coto-de-caza-13-things-to-know/
Date: 1510740964

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County Mesa homebuying warmed up in summer

Homebuying in Costa Mesa in the third quarter outpaced countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Sales in Costa Mesa rose as 283 residences were purchased this year vs. 268 a year ago. That’s a gain of 5.6 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in Costa Mesa for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report:

Costa Mesa ZIP code 92626 — 122 homes sold vs. 107 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 14 percent. Median selling price of $731,500 vs. $704,721 last year,

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/13/county-mesa-homebuying-warmed-up-in-summer/
Date: 1510566798

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Buena Park homebuying goes flat in the summer

Homebuying in Buena Park in the third quarter could not keep pace with countywide sales activity.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Sales in Buena Park rose as 209 residences sold, same as a year ago. Sales increased 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in Buena Park for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report:

Buena Park ZIP code 90620 — 133 homes sold vs. 115 a year ago. That’s a sales gain of 15.7 percent. Median selling price of $572,500 vs. $535,047 last year, a gain of 7.0 percent. That median

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/12/buena-park-homebuying-goes-flat-in-the-summer/
Date: 1510479817

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