Irvine Real Estate Market Trends
Market Overview for Quarter 4, 2021
Median Sale Price
No. of Transactions
County Median Sale Price
In Q4, the median home sale price in Irvine was $1M, an increase of 25% year-over-year. By contrast, sales activity trended down with 385 deals closed, representing a decline of -46% compared to the same period last year. The median price per square foot in Q4 was $602, a change of 21% year-over-year, while the median sale price in Orange County was $915K.
Top Cities in Orange County
|Ranking||City||Median Sale Price|
|6||San Juan Capistrano||$1,312,500|
|27||Rancho Santa Margarita||$787,500|
Residential Property Types Sold in Irvine
|Property Type||Median Sale Price||Y-o-Y Change||Median Sale Price/Sq. Ft||Y-o-Y Change||Transactions|
The Q4 median sale price for Irvine houses was $1M, increasing 25% year-over-year. While the median for houses was trending up, condo prices in Irvine remained flat year-over-year at -.
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