How's the Market in Placer and El Dorado Counties?

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Anthea Adair | Sierra Rock Realty Group | DRE#01919179

Market conditions are LOCAL.  

See what's happening in the Granite Bay, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, and Folsom local markets!

Our market statistics vary, depending on area.  However, even if you look at one zip code, there are usually multi micro-markets within that zip code. I break down my market reports by "quartile" to give us a closer look at what the market is really doing.  What does this mean?  Market conditions are not only broken down by zip code, but zoomed in closer.  Outside of location, I break down the price points by 25%.  The top "quartile" is the top 25% price bracket.  The bottom quartile naturally represents the bottom 25% list price of homes.

When the national statistics speak of the median price, this can mean very little within a zip code and quartile.  It may be entirely different than what you community holds.  Some areas are still buyer's markets, while others have shifted into a seller's market.  Some show higher inventory, while others are consistent with the national news of "low inventory" headlines.

To see the exact statistics broken down into quartiles in your area, click on one of the letter pins in the map below.  Input some simple information and you'll instantly receive my full market report for that area.  It's fun to check out the statistics...give it a try and see if your guess or "local" news you're hearing is accurate.  

(Some platforms are quirky; if the map does not appear for you below, please click HERE).




Comments (2)

Peggy Hughes/pha logistix, inc.
pha logistix inc - San Francisco, CA

I'm glad you added that other link, Anthea... but, WOW - I clicked on Roseville and that is quite an impressive jump in median home sale amount from January of 2012 to now!

Oct 23, 2012 10:16 AM
Anthea Adair
Anthea Adair | Sierra Rock Realty Group | DRE#01919179 - Granite Bay, CA

Yes, indeed, Peggy!  It's interesting to watch each week's statistics's fairly rapid right now for certain areas.  I'm not sure why the html code isn't working on's working just fine elsewhere (mystery).  

Oct 23, 2012 12:28 PM