$15M  
The Inland Empire market pulled back with a 4.5% sales drop in this week's report. Overall sales numbers for the last 30 days remained below the 4,529.9 monthly average with 4,263 homes sold. Riverside County was the most popular part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, with 2,618 homes sold. Prices were able to climb as this week's reported median sales price of $320,000 continued a four-week upswing.
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$3.2M  
Price reductions have decreased in the Inland Empire market, reaching a low that hasn't been seen since last January. With the market getting more expensive, there were 4,299 homes sold over the last 30 days. Leading the way in terms of contribution was Riverside County with 1,772 price reductions. There are four months of inventory remaining in the Inland Empire Metro Area, and the market is swinging toward the buyer, especially since the median sales price dropped to $324,000 this week.
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$1.7M  
The number of home sales in the Inland Empire market climbed 3.9% to 4,513 homes over the last 30 days, exceeding the 4,507.1 monthly average for the last 12 months. Riverside County was the most popular part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, with 2,735 homes sold. The median sales price in the Inland Empire Metro Area climbed to $325,000 while months of inventory was flat at four.
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$3.2M  
The Inland Empire remained below its 12-month average sales volume this week as sales dropped 2.6% to hit 4,290 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County made up the largest percentage, with 2,601 sales on its own. The median sales price rose to $322,000, and there are a fairly average four months of inventory left to be sold.
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$1.3M  
The Inland Empire market remained below its 12-month average sales volume this week as sales fell to 4,338 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County, which is part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, had the most home sales within the area, with 2,604. A months of inventory number of four reported this week continued a four-week upward trend.
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$3.2M  
There were 4,314 home sales in the Inland Empire market over the last 30 days, while coming close to the 4,475.7 monthly average for the last 12 months. Riverside County made up the largest percentage, with 2,600 sales on its own. There are four months of inventory remaining in the market, and that will likely remain the case as the median sales price rose to $318,000 this week.
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$102K  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the Inland Empire market dropped to 4,187 over the past 30 days. It marked a decrease of 10.3% from last week's report and a fall below the monthly average. Riverside County, which is part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, had the most home sales within the area, with 2,498. The median sales price dropped to $315,000, extending a four-week long spiral.
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$1M  
The Inland Empire market showed gains this week as sales reached 4,607 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County was the most popular part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, with 2,769 homes sold. Potential buyers should take note that the median sales price in the Inland Empire Metro Area stayed flat at $315,000 and that there are four months of inventory still available.
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$439K  
The Inland Empire market pulled back with a 2.8% sales drop in this week's report. However, overall sales numbers for the last 30 days remained above the monthly average (4,421.5) with 4,489 homes sold. Riverside County, which is part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, had the most home sales within the area, with 2,690. The median sales price stayed flat at $315,000, and there are a fairly average four months of inventory left to be sold.
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$25M  
The Inland Empire market added another 4,562 transactions over the last 30 days. With 5,028 price reductions, the lowest amount since May, the market may be getting more expensive. Riverside County had 3,075 price reductions, making it the top contributor. Potential buyers should note that there are now four months of inventory available in the Inland Empire Metro Area and prices have come down. The median sales price dropped to $315,000.
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