Andrew LePage

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The Mercury News
Bay Area housing: Sales plunge for homes under $500,000from May. The increased activity suggests the region is “quickly burning throu
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
from May. The increased activity suggests the region is “quickly burning through its supply of homes for sale,” said Andrew LePage, research analyst for CoreLogic. With inventory down, buyers seem to be moving through what is available at a... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin median home price rises 13.7 percentthe Bay Area market, where total home sales rose 2.1 percent to 8,291 homes, up
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 24 days ago
the Bay Area market, where total home sales rose 2.1 percent to 8,291 homes, up from 8,122 sales in June 2016, according to Andrew LePage, a research analyst with CoreLogic. The median price for all homes sold in the Bay Area was a record $735,000,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Bay Area home prices hit another record in Junepercent drop in sub-$500,000 sales, reflecting a very limited inventory in lowe
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
percent drop in sub-$500,000 sales, reflecting a very limited inventory in lower price ranges,” CoreLogic research analyst Andrew Lepage said in a press release. “The market continues to receive little relief from new-home construction — a... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Tight market keeps pushing home prices higher in Sacramento regionsales in the four-county region fell by 3.6 percent compared with June 2016, th
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 25 days ago
sales in the four-county region fell by 3.6 percent compared with June 2016, the firm reported. CoreLogic analyst Andrew LePage said the drop in sales was likely linked to the scant supply. “I think the main reason sales fell is the thin... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area real estate: Home prices leap to yet another record highand other factors have helped fuel housing demand, tight inventory remains the
The Mercury News / Posted 25 days ago
and other factors have helped fuel housing demand, tight inventory remains the primary driver of price gains,” said Andrew LePage, analyst for the CoreLogic real estate information service, which issued its latest report. The new figures... Read more
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The Mercury News
Why sales are up for $1 million California homes, down for more affordable dwellingssecond quarter of 2016. Driving the sales are a rising stock market, job growt
The Mercury News / Posted 26 days ago
second quarter of 2016. Driving the sales are a rising stock market, job growth, and increased consumer confidence, said Andrew LePage, a research analyst for CoreLogic, in the analytical data company’s just-released online publication The... Read more

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