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Palo Alto Weekly
Bay Area home prices up slightly in August compared to last year"Job growth, low interest rates, household formation and other factors helped d
Bay Area home prices up slightly in August compared to last year
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
"Job growth, low interest rates, household formation and other factors helped drive sales," said research analyst Andrew LePage. Buyers scooped up 8,374 homes in the Bay Area this August, up 3.2 percent from last year but 11 percent below the... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
Bay Area home prices up slightly in August compared to last year"Job growth, low interest rates, household formation and other factors helped d
Bay Area home prices up slightly in August compared to last year
Mountain View Voice / Posted 3 days ago
"Job growth, low interest rates, household formation and other factors helped drive sales," said research analyst Andrew LePage. Buyers scooped up 8,374 homes in the Bay Area this August, up 3.2 percent from last year but 11 percent below the... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Real estate looking pre-Great Recession-like in Southern California, San Bernardino County’s moves more slowlyto edge backward toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in moder
Real estate looking pre-Great Recession-like in Southern California, San Bernardino County’s moves more slowly
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 3 days ago
to edge backward toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in modern history,” CoreLogic research analyst Andrew LePage said in a statement. While inventories are low, many of the residual marks of home sales following the Great... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Bay Area real estate: Prices down from August, up from a year earliermid-2014, they have since been single-digit and fairly steady, averaging about
Bay Area real estate: Prices down from August, up from a year earlier
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
mid-2014, they have since been single-digit and fairly steady, averaging about seven percent over the past two years,” said Andrew LePage, research analyst for the CoreLogic real estate information service, which released the latest numbers. “In... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento home prices still rising, but more slowlyof $310,000, which was the highest in almost nine years. “It hasn’t changed mu
Sacramento home prices still rising, but more slowly
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 3 days ago
of $310,000, which was the highest in almost nine years. “It hasn’t changed much in three months,” said CoreLogic analyst Andrew LePage of the median. “That’s something to keep an eye out on whether it flattens out in the next few... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
California home sales post solid gains in Augusta year earlier, though gains have moderated over the last two years. A six-cou
California home sales post solid gains in August
The Record Searchlight / Posted 4 days ago
a year earlier, though gains have moderated over the last two years. A six-county swath of Southern California posted its highest August sales tally in a decade. CoreLogic analyst Andrew LePage says job growth and low interest rates fueled... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area real estate: Prices down from August, up from a year earliermid-2014, they have since been single-digit and fairly steady, averaging about
Bay Area real estate: Prices down from August, up from a year earlier
The Mercury News / Posted 4 days ago
mid-2014, they have since been single-digit and fairly steady, averaging about seven percent over the past two years,” said Andrew LePage, research analyst for the CoreLogic real estate information service, which released the latest numbers. “In... Read more
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Orange County Register
O.C. home prices up as sales boom in Augustto edge back toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in modern hi
O.C. home prices up as sales boom in August
Orange County Register / Posted 4 days ago
to edge back toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in modern history," said CoreLogic Research Analyst Andrew LePage. LePage attributed high sales to job growth, persistently low mortgage interest rates and more people moving... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Southern California home sales surge in Augustof the reason for the increase in August’s sales total was a quirk in the calen
Southern California home sales surge in August
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 5 days ago
of the reason for the increase in August’s sales total was a quirk in the calendar, according to CoreLogic data analyst Andrew LePage. “This July had five weekends and fewer business days than usual, probably resulting in a significant number... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Southern California home sales surge in Augustof the reason for the increase in August’s sales total was a quirk in the calen
Southern California home sales surge in August
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
of the reason for the increase in August’s sales total was a quirk in the calendar, according to CoreLogic data analyst Andrew LePage. “This July had five weekends and fewer business days than usual, probably resulting in a significant number... Read more
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Orange County Register
Southern California home sales hit 10-year high for an Augustto edge back toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in modern hi
Southern California home sales hit 10-year high for an August
Orange County Register / Posted 5 days ago
to edge back toward normalcy in the wake of the worst housing bust in modern history,” said CoreLogic Research Analyst Andrew LePage. LePage attributed high sales to job growth, persistently low mortgage interest rates and more people moving... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Southern California home sales jump in Augustappear to bear out that analysis. Sales jumped 9.5% from a year earlier and ros
Southern California home sales jump in August
Los Angeles Times / Posted 5 days ago
appear to bear out that analysis. Sales jumped 9.5% from a year earlier and rose in all counties. CoreLogic analyst Andrew LePage said the strong numbers could partly be explained by some deals being pushed to August that normally would have... Read more

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