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Homebuying runs flat in central Orange County. How did your ZIP code do?

Homebuying in Orange County’s midsection edged up 0.4 percent in 2017.

In 23 ZIP codes in central Orange County, CoreLogic data shows sales of 7,886 for all of 2017 vs. 7,857 a year earlier. Sales rose in 12 of the 23 mid-county ZIPs while prices rose in 22 of these communities.

Countywide, the 2017 median was $685,000, up 6.2 percent in a year with 38,351 sales, up 1.3 percent. Geographically, sales in southern Orange County rose 4.7 percent last year; rose 0.6 percent in beach towns; and fell 2.2 percent in northern Orange County.

Here’s a look at these 23 central county

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/07/homebuying-runs-flat-in-central-orange-county-how-did-your-zip-code-do/
Date: 1518036447

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Irvine home values up 36% in 5 years: How’s that rank nationally?

Some statistics on how Irvine housing looks compared to the rest of the nation when using the Zillow periscope.

The online housing tracker’s national databases can help add some perspective to the high price of local living.

As of November, for example, Orange County real estate by Zillow’s math — the No. 5 nationally in housing market size — has a median home value of $696,200, 13th highest in the 1,700-plus U.S. counties tracked. That’s after surging 44.7 percent in the last five years, the 212th ranked gain nationally.

Other Southern California countywide median values and their U.S. rank: Los Angeles County at

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/01/27/irvine-home-values-up-36-in-5-years-hows-that-rank-nationally/
Date: 1517079609

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La Palma home prices: Are they a bargain on a national scale?

This is how La Palma housing looks compared to the rest of the nation by Zillow’s math.

The online housing tracker’s national databases can help add some perspective to the high price of local living.

As of November, for example, Orange County real estate by Zillow’s math — the No. 5 nationally in housing market size — has a median home value of $696,200, 13th highest in the 1,700-plus U.S. counties tracked. That’s after surging 44.7 percent in the last five years, the 212th ranked gain nationally.

Here’s how Zillow sees home values in La Palma as of November compared to some 13,000-plus

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/01/20/la-palma-home-prices-are-they-a-bargain-on-a-national-scale/
Date: 1516483603

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How do Anaheim home prices rank nationally?

Here is how Anaheim housing looks compared to the rest of the nation through the Zillow lens.

The online housing tracker’s national databases can help add some perspective to the high price of local living.

As of November, for example, Orange County real estate by Zillow’s math — the No. 5 nationally in housing market size — has a median home value of $696,200, 13th highest in the 1,700-plus U.S. counties tracked. That’s after surging 44.7 percent in the last five years, the 212th ranked gain nationally.

Here’s how Zillow sees home values in Anaheim as of November compared to some 13,000-plus other

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/01/16/how-do-anaheim-home-prices-rank-nationally/
Date: 1516135784

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Hotter housing: Orange or Villa Park?

Here are homebuying highlights for Orange and Villa Park from ReportsOnHousing for October.

This house-hunting report tracks listing, buying and selling of existing detached and attached residences in the community. Analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; high and low price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30 the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

In Orange …

Sales: 108 sold vs. 96 a year ago.

Average sales

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/01/06/hotter-housing-orange-or-villa-park-2-2/
Date: 1515265389

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Santa Ana homebuying: Sales down, prices up

Here are Santa Ana highlights of ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community.

This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30, the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

Trends we saw in Santa Ana …

1. Sales: 111 sold vs. 120 a year ago.

2. Average sales price: $492,431 that ranked

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/santa-ana-homebuying-sales-down-prices-up/
Date: 1513524680

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Laguna Beach homebuying jumps 40%: 11 facts to know

Laguna Beach homebuying in October rose 40 percent from a year ago.

That’s a highlights within ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community.

This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30, the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

Six trends we saw in Laguna Beach …

1. Sales: 42 sold vs. 30

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/16/laguna-beach-homebuying-jumps-40-11-facts-to-know/
Date: 1513437506

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Fountain Valley homebuying: Why sellers got more than they asked for

Fountain Valley homebuying in October saw local buyers pay the most above list price in Orange County.

That’s from highlights of ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community.

This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30, the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

Trends we saw in Fountain Valley …

1. Sales:

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/14/fountain-valley-homebuying-why-sellers-got-more-than-they-asked-for/
Date: 1513263735

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Aliso Viejo homebuying: 6 reasons why it was steamy in October

Here are Aliso Viejo highlights of ReportsOnHousing house-hunting data for resales of existing detached and attached residences in the community.

This analysis includes October trends based on closed sales: sale counts; average price vs. average list price; highest and lowest price paid in the month; average cost per square foot and average size; plus, based on broker listing networks stats on Nov. 30, the “market time” metric comparing supply of listings to new escrows opened in past 30 days.

Trends we saw in Aliso Viejo …

1. Sales: 74 sold vs. 67 a year ago.

2. Average sales price: $645,574 that ranked

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/12/aliso-viejo-homebuying-6-reasons-why-it-was-steamy-in-october/
Date: 1513089691

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Newport Beach housing: O.C.’s 6 priciest ZIPs! Where’s No. 1?

Homebuying in Newport Beach in the third quarter managed to keep pace with countywide sales activity even though the city is home to Orange County’s six priciest ZIP codes.

Using CoreLogic data, we compared sales patterns for all residences in the July-to-September period vs. a year ago. Sales in Newport Beach rose as 433 residences were purchased this year vs. 424 a year ago. That’s a gain of 2.1 percent vs. an increase of 2.2 percent countywide.

Neighborhood trends in Newport Beach for the summer quarter from CoreLogic’s report, ranked by median sales price:

Newport Beach ZIP 92662, Orange County’s priciest: 10 homes

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/08/newport-beach-housing-o-c-s-6-priciest-zips-wheres-no-1/
Date: 1512741695

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