Rocklin CA Real Estate Market Report – March 2014

Here are the latest Rocklin CA housing statistics directly from the Placer County Association of Realtors.  These are a lot more accurate than anything you can find on Trulia or Zillow or most other places.  Take a look at the selling price trends, in this first graph, as well as what’s happening with the listing inventory in the graph below.  For the none-visual people – raw numbers are provided below the charts, and of course I’m here if you have any questions.

Sales Price Trends for Rocklin – January through March.  These are based on pricing of single family homes.  Condominiums and commercial properties are excluded from this report.

The total number of homes sold in the month of March was 71 single family homes and 5 condos. Out of the 71 single family homes only 4 were 2 bedrooms, 20 were 3 bedroom and 38 were 4+ bedroom. Sales actually dropped by 2 from 2013’s number of sold homes. With Rocklin being a desirable area to live has really helped with prices continuing to rise. In comparison to last month, 2-bedroom homes are up 1.1875%, 3 bedroom homes have risen 1.08% and 4+ bedroom homes are up 1.04%. Condos prices have actually dropped by 1.30%.

Here are the numbers:
Total homes sold in Rocklin, CA

March – 71
February – 61
January – 51

Average Sale Price:

March – $425,926
February – $413,608
January – $431,542

Number of available Rocklin homes for sale:

March – 123
February – 111
January – 93

While these numbers and graphs don’t paint a complete picture, they should be a sufficient starting point.  If you own property in Rocklin, CA and want to know what your home will reasonably sell for today, follow this link and put in your address for your complete customized report.  No obligation to hire me and no strings attached.

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