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|May 1, 2016|
Housing prices soar 30% in 12 months
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – The housing recovery has been underway for the past 18-months.
It’s for real. There are many more buyers and sellers in many markets.
DaraQuick’s Andrew LePage says the inventory of homes for sale will have a lot to do with prices.
“This summer, it’s been rising. It’s not back to last year’s levels, but it’s up.”
And, so are actual sales prices by more than 30 percent in Riverside County the past 12-months and 29 percent in San Bernardino County.
DataQuick says the average Inland Empire home sold for just over $236,000 in June.
Story Date: July 28, 2013