According to the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.), California’s median home prices marked a full year of annual price gains, fueled by strong sales of higher-priced homes in February.
“The demand for homes remains solid, but a shortage of homes for sale, especially in the lower-priced segments, is negatively impacting housing sales,” said C.A.R. President Don Faught. “Sales of homes priced above $500,000 continue to be strong, posting nearly 31 percent higher than a year ago, while homes priced below $300,000 were down 27 percent from last February due to fewer available homes for sale.”
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