Homebuying flat in north Orange County: 19 trends to watch

House purchases in Brea, Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia as well as Yorba Linda purchases dropped a slim 1 percent in April vs. a year previously.

Property tracker CoreLogic located these 19 trends in 13 POSTAL CODE covered by the Orange Area Register’s North Region Information weekly, …

… 1. Acquisitions: Home sales in this period totaled 456 vs. 460 a year earlier, a decline of 1 percent in a year.

2. That’s up: Rates raised in 10 of the 13 ZIPs as sales climbed in 6 ZIPs.

3. Countywide: $715,000 average marketing price, up 5.9 percent in a year. Orange County sales totaled 3,229 houses, existing and also new, versus 3,298 a year earlier, a decline of 2.1 percent in a year. Prices climbed in 57 out of 83 Orange County ZIPs and sales were up in 37 from 83 ZIPs.

Below is exactly how costs and also sales relocated at the neighborhood level …

… 4. Brea 92821:$680,000 typical, up 1.5 percent in a year. Rate ranking? 44th of 83 Orange Region ZIPs. Sales of 40 vs. 41 a year earlier, a decline of 2.4 percent in a year.

5. Brea 92823: $790,000 typical, up 13.1 percent in a year. Ranks 28th most expensive of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 9 vs. 14 a year previously, a decline of 35.7 percent in a year.

6. Buena Park 90620: $570,000 mean, up 7 percent in a year. Rankings 66th most expensive of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 33 vs. 32 a year earlier, up 3.1 percent in a year.

7. Buena Park 90621: $579,000 average, up 5.3 percent in a year. Rankings 64th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 31 vs. 19 a year previously, up 63.2 percent in a year.

8. Fullerton 92831: $580,000 average, up 6.7 percent in a year. Ranks 63rd most costly of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 27 vs. 22 a year previously, up 22.7 percent in a year.

9. Fullerton 92832: $517,750 median, down 2.3 percent in a year. Rankings 72nd priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 16 vs. 17 a year previously, a decrease of 5.9 percent in a year.

10. Fullerton 92833: $600,000 mean, up 6.2 percent in a year. Ranks 57th most expensive of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 61 vs. 55 a year previously, up 10.9 percent in a year.

11. Fullerton 92835: $730,000 typical, up 7.7 percent in a year. Ranks 37th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 33 vs. 44 a year earlier, a decrease of 25.0 percent in a year.

12. La Habra 90631: $530,000 typical, up 3.7 percent in a year. Ranks 69th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 52 vs. 54 a year previously, a decrease of 3.7 percent in a year.

13. La Palma 90623: $684,000 typical, up 7.4 percent in a year. Rankings 43rd most expensive of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 7 vs. 12 a year previously, a decline of 41.7 percent in a year.

14. Placentia 92870: $710,455 median, up 3.5 percent in a year. Ranks 39th most costly of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 57 vs. 46 a year earlier, up 23.9 percent in a year.

15. Yorba Linda 92886: $799,000 mean, down 0.1 percent in a year. Rankings 26th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 62 vs. 82 a year previously, a decline of 24.4 percent in a year.

16. Yorba Linda 92887: $831,250 median, down 1.2 percent in a year. Rankings 24th most costly of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 28 vs. 22 a year previously, up 27.3 percent in a year.

Allow’s toss in three even more countywide fads …

… 17. Single-family houses resales: 1,969 Orange County sales vs. 1,971 a year earlier, a decline of 0.1 percent in a year. Mean: $775,000 — — a surge of 5.4 percent in a year.

18. Condo resales: 886 Orange Region sales vs. 856 a year previously, a gain of 3.5 percent in a year. Typical: $500,000 — — a rise of 4.6 percent in a year.

19. New residences: 374 Orange Area sales vs. 471 a year earlier, a decrease of 20.6 percent in a year. Mean: $970,500 — — an increase of 17.1 percent in a year.

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