No matter what the market, people will continue to desire to live in Fontana, as it remains one of the most active cities within San Bernardino County. Comparatively speaking, the Fontana housing market continues to post brisk sales.
In of January 2008, 109 single family homes and a total of 1 condos/townhomes sold, up 28 from last month. My overall view of the market is still slipping. If you calculate the number of months of inventory for Fontana you get 17, wow that is really high.
Closed Sales For January 2008: Up 10 from last month
62 Single Family Homes
Pending Sales For January 2008: Up 75 from last month
218 Single Family Homes
Current Actives As of Today's Post: Down 18 from last month
1848 Single Family Homes
Foreclosure Activity for January 2008 - They ae really taling off, hold on!
92235 - 162 Notice of Defaults (NOD) Up 90 from last month
92235 - 67 Notice of Foreclosure Sale (NOS) Up 9 from last month
92236 - 227 Notice of Defaults (NOD) Up 112 from last month
92236 - 132 Notice of Foreclosure Sale (NOS) Up 45 from last month
92237 - 108 Notice of Defaults (NOD) Up 49 from last month
92237 - 77 Notice of Foreclosure Sale (NOS) Up 38 from last month
It's important to stay in tune with the changes in the market. Call Empire Realty for your next personal real estate consultation at (909) 579-6611, or visit us on the web at Empire Realty.
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