Newport Beach CA Fall Season Start Real Estate Recap

Newport Beach CA Fall Season Start Real Estate Recap

Newport Beach CA has some amazing home seller and buyer opportunities as we start this year’s fall season 2014.

With luxury and expensive homes near Newport Harbor, Balboa Island, the canal, the Back Bay, and beaches – Newport Beach is a most popular location for residential living and investment.

Summer has ended with fall season started on September 22, 2014.

70 Newport Beach homes have sold during past 30 days – from August 22 to September 21 – at end of summer 2014.

$2,011,000 was average Newport Beach home sold price during this past 30 days – and average time on market for those sold homes was 108 days.

67 Newport Beach homes sold during same time last year – August 22 to September 21, 2013.

$1,793,000 was average sold price las year – and average time on market for those sold homes was 70 days.

So Newport Beach average home selling prices are up more than 12 percent during this time – end of summer 2014 as compared with end of summer 2013.

Newport Beach now has 344 homes listed for sale – with average list price of $2,753,000.

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By Harrison K. Long. Professional REALTOR® agent representation and help for property owners, home sellers, private trust estate representatives, estate administrators, executors and heirs, probate and trust attorneys, estate planners, income tax professionals, public guardians, fiduciaries, investor group managers, bankers, and individuals, with listing and sale of properties at Orange County, CA. This is information from CRMLS multiple listing service and is for homes listed and sold by all brokers and agents.

Contact us at 949-854-7747 with your questions about home prices and values at Newport Beach and other Orange County CA cities and areas.

 

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