Chronology of Home Price Declines in Orange County — Median Home Price Now Lowest Since March ’04

We found this chronology of the decline in median home prices in Orange County, California, showing a $179,000 decline in single family home prices from its high in June 2007:

Single Family Median Home Price:

2006 ~ Monthly

$690,000 = Feb
$695,000 = Mar
$705,000 = Apr
$705,000 = May
$700,000 = Jun
$699,000 = Jul
$685,000 = Aug
$680,000 = Sep
$665,000 = Oct
$660,000 = Nov
$665,000 = Dec

2007 ~ Monthly

$675,000 = Jan
$675,000 = Feb
$695,000 = Mar
$720,000 = Apr
$695,000 = May
$734,000 = Jun — Peak of O.C. Housing Bubble
$718,000 = Jul
$710,000 = Aug
$655,000 = Sep
$650,000 = Oct
$655,000 = Nov
$600,000 = Dec

2008 ~ Weekly ~ Monthly

$600,000 = 01/07
$595,000 = 01/15
$595,000 = 01/23
$583,250 = Jan
$585,000 = 02/07
$575,000 = 02/13
$575,000 = 02/22
$575.000 = Feb
$580,000 = 03/07
$575,000 = 03/14
$567,000 = 03/20
$570,000 = 03/26
$570,000 = Mar
$553,750 = 04/08
$565,000 = 04/14
$563,000 = 04/22
$550,000 = 04/28
$555,000 = Apr

The most recent DataQuick stats from April 2008 show a $500,000 median selling price. 

The last time median home prices were this low in Orange County was March 2004.

Perhaps even more disturbing: nearly four out of every 10 homes sold in Southern California last month was a foreclosure.

 

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