Q1-2019 Market Climate Map: Median Sales Price for Single Family Homes

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While the overall median sales price for single family homes in The MLS™/CLAW Areas (Pacific Coast Highway to Downtown Los Angeles) remained the same in Q1-2019 versus Q1-2018, our market climate map shows that we had 22 areas of growth, 23 areas of decline and 4 areas of no change. Here are the top 5 performing areas from Q1-2019:

Top 5 Median Sales Price Growth

  1. Mount Washington (MSP +$329K, 37% Increase)
  2. Malibu (MSP +$865K, 34% Increase)
  3. Ladera Heights (MSP +$405k, 33% Increase)
  4. Cheviot Hills-Rancho Park (MSP +$660K, 33% Increase)
  5. Beverly Hills Post Office (MSP +$760K, 32% Increase)
  6. East Los Angeles (MSP +$132K, 32% Increase)

Top 5 Highest Median Sales Price

  1. Beverly Hills $6,885,000
  2. Malibu Beach $5,800,000
  3. Beverly Hills Post Office $3,380,910
  4. Malibu $3,340,000
  5. Pacific Palisades $3,080,000

Here’s the complete Market Climate Map with data on each area:

los angeles real estate market climate map single family homes 2019 first quarter

The information contained herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed; data subject to change.

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  • Ross Johnson
    April 17, 2019

    So where’s the map of the Imperial Valley ?? I live 250 miles from the area you have shown ??