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Prime 1 Estates is a Multiple Listing Services member, which means we have direct access to market statistics and trends.  We are able to provide you with local real estate market trends to you for better decision making and insight to your local market.  By using the below tool, you can visualize the housing market data for cities in San Fernando Valley.

You can view:

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• Median sale price

• Average price per square foot

• Sold to List Price Percentage

• Sold to Original List Price Percentage

 Inventory:

•  New Listings

•  Months of Inventory based on closed sales

•  Average Days on market

 Sold:

• Number of For Sales

• Number of Sold

Prime One Estate Data Center - Single Family Residential

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* All data presented are based on data supplied by Multiple Listing Services. Prime 1 Estates does not guarantee or is not in anyway responsible for its accuracy. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

How to use the data:

Select the tab for the data you are looking for.  Under each tab, select the city, view if applicable (Value or Year over Year % Change) and adjust the date period.  With each selection the visualization will change with your selection. If you have any questions on how to use the data or would like to see additional cities contact us at contact@primeone.estate.


Glossary of Data Terms:

Median Sale Price: The middle value of all homes sold/closed sale during the course of a calendar month.

Average price per square foot: The average price per square foot of properties that closed sale during the course of a calendar month.

Sold to List Price Parentage: Sold to List Price Percentage. The average difference between the price a property was last listed at before it went into contract and the price that a property finally closed sale at. List Price % does not take into account any price reductions during the course of the listing. For instance, if the last active price before a property went into contract was $100,000 and it finally closed sale at $97,000, the SP/LP percentage was 97%.

Sold to Original List Price Percentage: Sold to Original List Price Percentage. The average difference between the price a property was originally listed at and the price that a property finally closed sale at. Original List Price takes into account any price reductions during the course of the listing.

Number of For Sales: The numbers are the snapshot of the number of property for sale at the end of the month.

Number of Sold: The number of properties that closed sale during the course of a calendar month.

New Listings: The number of properties that had a listed date between the 1st and the last day of the calendar month.

Months of Inventory based on closed sales: Calculated by dividing the number of homes that closed sale in a given calendar month, into the number of homes that were active at the end of a given calendar month. Typically expressed as “If no other homes were listed as of the end of that month, and the current pace of sales prevailed, it would take X number of months to sell through the current inventory.”

Average Days on market: The average number of days that a property that went off market during the calendar month, spent on the market.

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