Review Long Beach homes market reports and local trends will help you understand home price. We have researched the current selling prices of single family homes in Long Beach, California below for your research. You may want to sign up for our monthly Long Beach homes market reports so you are always informed of what is trending.
Real Estate Data for Long Beach CA Housing Trends
Let’s review the Long Beach homes market data real estate reports. Are home prices on the rise, stable or going down? What percentage of the listed price are homes in Long Beach selling for? This statistic helps you understand the real estate market. 100% equals full price offers are being accepted. If the number is above 100%, then that usually means that there is low inventory and lots of competition for homes.
Overview - Last 30 days
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Long Beach Real Estate Statistics by Neighborhood
The best way to spot trends in real estate is to compare the statistics to look for inventory of homes going down or up. Prices increasing, leveling off or decreasing. How long does it take for a home to sell and what percentage of the listed price are homes selling out.
We compiled a list of neighborhoods for you to evaluate based on the Long Beach real estate statistics for each area. Plus, you can subscribe the housing prices reports and have them emailed to you monthly for FREE.
Where Does the Long Beach Real Estate Data Analysis Come From?
The more you know about a city’s real estate market like Long Beach California the better. All of our data comes directly from the California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) and updates monthly. Accuracy is key when it comes to Southern California real estate.
One of our clients was thinking about buying a home that was listed for $500,000 and said “Zillow says it is worth $700,000”. I said it was not true and provided real data to show them the TRUE market values.
Appraisers look at Long Beach home prices data from the local multiple listing service and assessor data to determine the current market value. They don’t use online market sites to determine a market value for their banking clients to loan money to consumers. They need to provide recent sales that are similar to the home they are evaluating so a bank can loan money against the value.
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