University of Redlands’ housing forecast predicts home prices will be flat again in six selected cities until June 2014.
With focus on six Southern California cities in three counties, city-average quarterly residential home prices are forecasted and the notion that home price movements in contiguous cities are contagious is investigated
ISEA’s Inland Empire forecast predicts home-prices to be flat again in six selected cities throughout 2013
This report sheds some light on expected changes in home prices for six cities in two Inland Empire counties
New ISEA Animation Shows High Volatility of House Prices Per Square Foot at Peak
The inflated home prices that characterized the US housing market by late 2006 were followed by high rates of mortgage-loan defaults that ultimately led to seriously depressed home prices.
Research by the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis shows forecasted home prices for nine selected Southern California cities (Riverside County: Corona, Riverside, Temecula; San Bernardino County: Ontario, Redlands, San Bernardino; Orange County: Anaheim, Irvine, Orange) for March 2012.
Introduction This section complements the analysis of the Southern California housing market and provides some more specific details about the housing market in the California Inland Empire, here for simplicity defined as the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino. Since numerous references are made to the Southern California housing market, it is recommended to read the section on Southern California …
Introduction Southern California has seen a substantial increase and subsequent drop in home values, commonly referred to as a real estate bubble. Both the rise as well as the subsequent fall likely have had substantial economic implications for local stakeholders. The increase in housing prices during the upswing afforded home owners the possibility of increased consumption through borrowing against their …