Housing

Analysis and forecasts by zip-code

 

Residential Home Prices Flat for the Next Year in Select Southern California Cities...

Research by the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) forecasts home prices for six selected cities in Orange, Riverside andRead More…

Forecasts and Spatiotemporal Correlation of California’s Inland Empire Residential Home Prices...

Abstract With focus on six Southern California cities in three counties, city-average quarterlyRead More…

Inland Empire Residential Home Prices Flat for another Two Years...

Research by the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) reports forecasts of home prices for six selected cities in RiversideRead More…

Inland Empire Residential Home-Price Forecasts for 2012-2013...

Abstract This report sheds some light on expected changes in home prices for six cities in two Inland Empire counties. ToRead More…

Sneak Preview: Prices Per Square Foot in Southern California, 1988-2011...

New ISEA Animation Shows High Volatility of House Prices Per Square Foot at Peak Data Source: DataQuick A new animation fromRead More…

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A large portion of household wealth is tied up in the place where people live: their homes. According to many real estate agents, location is the single most important factor in determining real estate prices. But the quality of a location may vary from one block to the other. We map housing prices on the zip code level and by square mile for Southern Californian counties. Where do we see the largest increase in housing prices? What factors determine how vulnerable housing prices are in downturns? Our maps and animations provide insights both for businesses who rely on the health of local real estate and for home-seekers looking for the right neighborhood to locate to.