$6M  
The Inland Empire market saw 5,451 more homes change hands over the last 30 days. With that, price reductions have increased significantly as well, reaching their highest level since November at 4,572. Leading the way in terms of contribution was Riverside County with 2,974 price reductions. The median sales price rose to $336,140 over the latest reporting period for the Inland Empire Metro Area, up from $335,000. Even with the higher trending price reductions, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal three months of inventory to work through indicates that the Inland Empire Metro Area is still a seller's market.
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$2.5M  
The Inland Empire market was active this week as sales reached 5,326 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County made up the largest percentage, with 3,356 sales on its own. The median sales price climbed to $335,000 over the latest reporting period for the Inland Empire Metro Area, up from $333,000. Along with the increase in sales, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal three months of inventory indicates that the Inland Empire Metro Area is a seller's market.
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Over the last 30 days, 4,873 homes went under contract in the Inland Empire market, the lowest amount since February. However, sales are heading upward, climbing to 5,212 homes sold over the same period, and extending an eight-week upward trend. With a total of 3,078 contracts executed, Riverside County contributed the most. The median sales price rose to $334,500, up from last week's $330,000. With only three months of inventory and rising sales, the Inland Empire Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$12.5M  
The Inland Empire market pulled back this week but was still better than normal as sales fell to 5,127 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County made up the largest percentage, with 3,255 sales on its own. The median sales price dropped to $332,000, down from last week's $334,750. There are only three months of inventory available in the Inland Empire Metro Area, so it's a seller's market, even with the decrease in sales.
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Inland Empire is a metro area in USA, and is affluent with a median income of $52,594 per household. It's much older than the rest of the country, with a median age of 32. With an ownership ratio of 56.4%, most people in the Inland Empire Metro Area are homeowners. The best schools in the metro area are Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School and Richardson Prep Hi.
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$159K  
The Inland Empire market looked active in this week's report, as the number of sales went up to 5,112 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County was the most popular part of the Inland Empire Metro Area, with 3,222 homes sold. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in the Inland Empire Metro Area, with the median for this period rising from $333,000 to $334,750. Along with the increase in sales, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal three months of inventory indicates that the Inland Empire Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$159K  
The Inland Empire market showed positive signs this week as sales reached 5,064 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County was the biggest factor, with 3,192 sales on its own. Prices are rising in the Inland Empire Metro Area, and the median sales price this period increased from $330,250 to $334,300. With only three months of inventory and rising sales, the Inland Empire Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$15M  
The Inland Empire market looked busy this week as sales rose 3.7% to hit 4,929 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County made up the largest percentage, with 3,099 sales on its own. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $330,500, which extended a price upswing to four weeks. The increasing prices a low three months of inventory point to the Inland Empire Metro Area being a seller's market.
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$159K  
The Inland Empire market got positive news in this week's report, as the number of home sales rose 5.5%, pushing the total to 4,670 homes sold over the last 30 days. Riverside County was the biggest factor, with 2,942 sales on its own. The median sales price rose to $330,000, up from last week's $325,000. With just three months of inventory available and sales going up, the Inland Empire Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$6M  
Over the last 30 days, the number of homes sold in the Inland Empire rose to 4,290. While the sales increased, the amount of pending transactions also trended upward, reaching a total of 4,557 during the same period. The median sales price in the Inland Empire Metro Area climbed to $327,000 while months of inventory was flat at four.
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