Monday, October 11, 2010

Sacramento Regional Real Estate Trends for October 8, 2010

Summary Of Changes for Sacramento County

 
Week of 2010-10-09
Since 2010-10-02
Since 2009-10-10
Direction
#
%
Direction
#
%
Inventory
8418
Up
63
0.800%
Up
1663
24.60%
Median Asking Price
$174900
Down
-$100
-0.10%
Down
-$19100
-9.80%
Average Asking Price
$207289
Down
-$1761
-0.80%
Down
-$43686
-17.3%
Average Asking Price Per SQFT
$125
Down
-$1
-0.80%
Down
-$19
-13.2%
SIT Inventory
3761
Up
55
1.5%
Up
734
24.19%
FIT Inventory
615
Up
17
2.800%
Down
-5
-0.80%
New Listings
920
Up
54
6.200%
Up
233
33.90%
Price Drops
732
Up
31
4.399%
Up
381
108.5%
Price Increases
51
Up
4
8.5%
Up
22
75.90%

Four County Inventory Levels

Inventory on 2010-10-09: 12999



Asking Price Levels



Price Inventory Levels



Asking Price Distribution



Troubled Inventory Levels



Flipper Market Share



Sellers In Trouble Market Share



Sellers In Trouble Days Since Last Sale



Asking Price Average Percent Loss



Asking Price Total Dollar Losses

(millions)

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Buying Time/Able Buyer, I've little hope that you'll read this but I am saddened by decision to require registered posting at your site. You quieten discourse by doing so, I've no idea if you've gone through bad times to reach this decision or not.

Here's the message I would have posted at your site had you not changed your policy:



smf, I'm with you. We are little more than entering the eye of the storm.

I've paid my mortgage for 23 years, yet I'm growing more leary every day of ever being granted clear title to my property, even though my loan was too old and unprofitable to enter MERS world of securitization.

Too many foreclosures that should happen won't happen because the banks are as guilty of being scumbags as the borrowers were.

I am deeply sad and depressed right now over the state of our economy, no matter what the stock market is doing.

Ouch, I didn't realize you set your posting guidelines to track your posters. I'm not willing to do that even though I enjoy your blog.

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End of message
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You're more than welcome to delete any anonymous comments that you find objectionable or inflamatory, I'm just not willing to post on a site that requires me to be tracked.

See Wall Street Journal article for more details.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703358504575544381288117888.html?KEYWORDS=online+tracking

Thanks, by the way, Max/AB, for still leaving your forum comments open for free discussion. Thumb up!