8-27-23 Real Estate in Roseville CA Area
Isn't this a lovely example of ornamental grasses. I spotted it at a park down the street from a house I showed to one of my real estate clients this week. Perfect timing, because I was reading about ornamental grasses yesterday when I added some cool info from Green Acres to my latest post at Roseville California Joys – about fun things to do in Roseville CA area in the coming week and more! 😀 And now, it's time to take a look at how our local 8-27-23 real estate in Roseville CA area is doing.
8-27-23 Real Estate in Roseville California Area
- According to Metrolist MLS, there are currently 222 houses for sale in Roseville CA ranging in price from
- 21 Homes decreased in price in the last 7 days
- 8 Homes increased in price in the last 7 days
8-27-23 Real Estate in Roseville CA Retirement Communities
- According to Metrolist MLS, there are currently 31 houses for sale in all of our lovely Roseville CA 55 Plus Retirement Communities ranging in price from
- Of those – 7 are in the Silverado Homes at Eskaton Village; 16 are in Sun City Roseville; and the other 8 are in The Club at Westpark, Lennar Heritage homes, and Lennar Vineyard homes.
- 3 Homes decreased in price
- 0 Homes increased in price
The Broader Area of Placer and Sacramento Counties
- According to Metrolist MLS, there are currently 700 houses for sale in Placer County ranging in price from
- 27 Homes decreased in price in the last 7 days
- 7 Homes increased in price in the last 7 days
- According to Metrolist MLS, there are currently 1002 houses for sale in Sacramento County
- 85 Homes decreased in price in the last 7 days
- 37 Homes increased in price in the last 7 days
Mortgage Rates Via Freddie Mac's weekly PMMS® Data
BOTTOM LINE For Our 8-27-23 Real Estate in Roseville CA Area
September is coming, autumn is coming, buyers ARE STILL OUT SHOPPING (I KNOW – I was out showing property this week several time for different buyers including today, when I snapped the photo above 😀), there still aren't enough homes for sale, and if you NEED to sell, I'd recommend doing it SOON because interest rates have GONE UP AGAIN. Every time they go up a good amount, like this week, there's a good chance the market will slow again, at least for a while.
If YOU need to buy or sell or both, and are ready to do so, OR just want to talk about it, do give me a call. I'd love to help you with your real estate needs! 916-768-0127 or KayeSwainRE@gmail.com – And remember, I gift my buyers with an upgraded 1 year home warranty including washer dryer and refrigerator (4 years if you buy a brand new home – BUT you have to take me with you on the first visit or THEY won't work with me) AND I gift my sellers with professional photos, floor plans when possible, and drone video when applicable and more.
Also, be sure to sign up for my free newsletter, with info about our Roseville area, including fun holiday events, real estate updates, new restaurants and other businesses coming to our area and more – just go to KayeSwain.com/newsletters. If you prefer snail mail with cute cards and shorter updates, email me at KayeSwainRE@gmail.com and ask to be put on my cards list. 😊
Have a lovely week!
Curious about the difference between an average price and the median price? There's a great explanation at the Center for Real Estate at Wichita State University. Basically, “average and median are both measures of ‘central tendency,' in that they are intended to provide some indication of a typical or middle value of a set of data. The average is calculated by adding up all of the individual values and dividing this total by the number of observations. The median is calculated by taking the ‘middle' value, the value for which half of the observations are larger and half are smaller. When there is a possibility of extreme values, the median is generally the better measure to use.” And with all the extremes we are seeing in our area, THAT's why I generally use the median, although occasionally – like today – I will use the average as well. 😀
All reports and info presented are based on data supplied by the MetroList MLS. The MetroList MLS does not guarantee or is not in anyway responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the MetroList MLS may not reflect all real estate activities in the market. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
These figures and all figures in these articles include ONLY those homes on the MLS – a few of which may be brand new, most of which are traditional re-sale homes. 😊