- $699,0003 beds, 2 full bathsSize: 1,549 sq ftLot size: 2,338 sq ftYear built: 1967Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $1,225,0004 beds, 1 full, 1 part bathsSize: 2,200 sq ftLot size: 6,375 sq ftYear built: 1941Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $769,0003 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsSize: 2,180 sq ftLot size: 1,962 sq ftYear built: 1964Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $835,0003 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsSize: 2,185 sq ftLot size: 3,780 sq ftYear built: 1986Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $499,9992 beds, 2 full bathsSize: 1,618 sq ftLot size: n/aYear built: 1979Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $879,0003 beds, 3 full bathsSize: 2,040 sq ftLot size: 4,362 sq ftYear built: 2010Parking spots: 2Days on market: 1
- $897,0004 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsSize: 2,620 sq ftLot size: 10,450 sq ftYear built: 1973Parking spots: 3Days on market: 2
- $1,850,0004 beds, 3 full bathsSize: 3,350 sq ftLot size: 5,200 sq ftYear built: 2000Parking spots: 3Days on market: 2
- $1,449,0002 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsSize: 3,300 sq ftLot size: n/aYear built: 1982Parking spots: 2Days on market: 2
- $2,495,0003 beds, 2 full, 1 part bathsSize: n/aLot size: 2,100 sq ftYear built: 1990Parking spots: 2Days on market: 2
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
The hottest housing tracts are south and inland — and that region’s now also Orange County’s most active housing market. That’s what our region-by-region analysis of February’s Orange County homebuying numbers from DataQuick shows …
- DataQuick identified south inland ZIPs — median selling price $505,500 — having 598 sales in February, +53% from a year ago. In these 19 ZIPs, the latest median price change was +9.0% vs. a year ago. (Click on photos for details of 2 sales!)
- 463 homes sold in Orange County’s north-inland ZIP codes in this most recent period, -8% from a year ago. Median selling price? $476,500 in these 23 ZIPs. This most recent median price change was +6.0% vs. a year ago.
- Mid-county ZIPs — median selling price $349,500 – had 594 sales, -16% from a year ago. In these 24 ZIPs, the freshets median price change was +5.5% vs. a year ago.
- 302 homes sold in beach cities’ 17 ZIP codes in the most recent period, +11% from a year ago. Median selling price? $690,000 in these 17 ZIPs. Newest median price change was +0.7% vs. a year ago.
- Combined, total homes sales in ZIPs in the north and mid-section of Orange County were -12.6% vs. a year ago as homebuying the the rest of the county ran +35.5% vs. 12 months earlier.
- North/mid-county homes accounted for 54% of residences sold in the most recent period vs. 65% a year ago.
- South inalnd ZIPs had 31% of the sales, highest share among the 4 slices. A year ago, mid-county (38%) led the pack.
- All told, countywide sales were +6% vs. a year ago. The median selling price was +11% in the past year.
How did your neighborhood fare? Check our ZIP-by-ZIP data HERE!
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