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), pulls neighborhood data on how frequently homes are selling, and at what price. If you are thinking about buying or selling a home in Fullerton, the data gives you a glimpse at how easy or difficult it will be based on recent market trends. Read on for more information on the state of the Fullerton real estate market in June.
INVENTORY: Fewer homes were placed on the market, and fewer homes sold
The real estate market in Fullerton is starting to slow down from May, but not by much. There were 122 homes sold in the month of June, which is down slightly, by 0.8 percent, from May 2013, but up 5.2% from last year. There were 140 homes for sale in Fullerton, which is down 2.8% from May 2013 and down 42.6% from June 2012. That means there are fewer homes to choose from for people looking to buy, creating a seller’s market.
PRICE: The price of homes is down from last month, but up from 2012
As far as the cost of homes, there was a small change month-over-month, but a big change year-over-year. The median price of sold homes was $462,000 in June, which is down only slightly – 0.1% from May 2013, but is 23.3% higher than in June 2012! So overall, prices are on the rise year-over-year. The sale-to-list ratio, which calculates the price sellers were asking for vs. the price buyers paid, was 100.7%. That means that on average homes sold for a little more than they were listed for. The average number of offers on homes in Fullerton was 7.1, so there were a lot of bidding wars!
BIDDING WARS: Cash is king in Fullerton
For each neighborhood that Redfin covers, Redfin real estate agents post information on what it took to get their client’s offer accepted, or why the offer was rejected. These posts give you insight into what it takes to win when there are multiple offers on
a home. In Fullerton the number of homes for sale is low compared to the demand, which means sellers can be picky as to which offer they accept. Based on recent offer insights, cash is king! In many bidding wars throughout the area, clients are losing out to all-cash offers.
How Fullerton Compares
The prices of homes in Fullerton are a bit higher than nearby cities. Check out the chart below to see how Fullerton compares:
|Nearby City||Median List $||$/Sq. Ft.||% Sale to List|
Homes for sale in the area
The following listings are examples of homes for sale in the area, at varying price ranges. To check out additional homes for sale in Fullerton, visit Redfin.com.
Most Expensive Home for Sale in Fullerton
1500 RIDGEMONT Ct
6 bd 5.5 ba
Listed by: Century 21 Discovery
Least Expensive Home for Sale in Fullerton
400 North ACACIA Ave Unit D21
1 bd 1 ba
Listed by: Realty Executives-Premier
Most Popular Home for Sale in Fullerton (based on views at Redfin.com)
4230 West OAK Ave
4 bd 1.75 ba
Listed by: New Dimension R.E Solutions
If you’re thinking about buying or selling a home soon and have any questions on
this information, I’m happy to help. You can read my recent reviews from clients and view my contact information on Redfin.com.
– Dana Habener, Redfin Agent for North Coastal Orange County