Here are the latest Rocklin, CA real estate statistics directly from the Placer County Association of Realtors. This information is more accurate than what you’ll find on Trulia, Zillow or most other places. Take a look at the selling trends, in this first graph, as well as what’s happening with the listing inventory in the graph below. Raw numbers are provided below the charts and I’m available if you have any questions.
Sales Price Trends for Rocklin Zip Codes 95677 & 95765 – March through May. . These are based on pricing of single family homes & condos; multi-unit and commercial properties are excluded from the report.
The total number of homes that sold in May was 77 single family homes compared to May 2013’s 71 and 7 condos. Out of the 77 single family homes there were 3 two bedroom homes, 29 three bedroom homes and 45 four + bedroom homes. Sales barely inched up from the previous year’s 71 sales. Comparing sales from the previous month all prices dropped across the board; 2 bedroom homes by 14.6%, 3 bedroom homes by.60%, 4+bedroom homes by .50% and condos by 13.54% Total listing numbers for May 2013 was 71 while this May increased 123.9%. We’ve got a buyer’s market again. My advice if you’re a seller; keep your listing price at value and even slightly below to attract the most amount of buyers and trust me, if you’re underpriced you’ll get multiple offers!
Here are the numbers:
Total homes sold in Rocklin, CA
May – 77
April – 82
March – 71
Average Sale Price:
May – $429,630
April – $424,756
March – $425,926
Number of available Rocklin homes for sale:
May – 159
April – 146
March – 150
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