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April 2013 Metrics

Overview:
  • Housing prices have greatly appreciated year-over-year and have begun to forcibly recover – March 2013’s median home price is $505,000, an increase of $28,000 over February 2013 and an $85,000 increase over February 2012. This is the highest median home price seen since April 2008.
  • Average apartment rents have spiked with housing price growth, nearing $100 more on average than the previous year. February 2013 saw an average rent of $1,630, a $39 decrease from the previous month but trending upward, but March 2013 brought the average rent back to $1,651, a $21 increase over the previous month.
  • The number of building permits in Orange County spiked drastically in April 2011, Before regressing back to average 2010 numbers in July 2011. 2012 was overall a healthier period for housing permits, with relatively sustained growth throughout the year and currently carrying momentum into February 2013.
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Orange County Median Home Prices 2002-2012
Orange County Median Home Prices 2002-2010: Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

The median sales price of Orange County homes since 2002 is shown on this line chart showing the trend over time.

Source: Dataquick
http://www.dqnews.com/Charts/Monthly-Charts/OC-Register-Charts/ZIPOCR.aspx




Average Apartment Rents Orange County and by Major City
Average Apartment Rents Orange County and by Major City: Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

This indicator shows the average apartment rent for major Orange County cities and for the county average as a whole. The county average as a whole is not the average of the seven cities shown in this chart but for all the cities in Orange County.

Source: Rentbits.com
http://rentbits.com/rb/s/find-rentals




Total Number of Homes Foreclosed
Total Number of Homes Foreclosed: Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

This indicator measures the number of homes that have foreclosed each month by county. Because of different data accumulation methods, this indicator is not directly comparable to the “Total Number of Homes in Some Stage of Foreclosure” indicator.

Source: Default Research Inc.
http://market.defaultresearch.com/stats/ca




Building Permits by County
Building Permits by County : Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

This indicator shows the number of building permits granted by jurisdictions in each county from December 2008 to the present time.

Source: Construction Industry Research Board



Building Permits by Jurisdiction in Orange County 2009-2012
Building Permits by Jurisdiction in Orange County: Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

This indicator shows the number of building permits granted by jurisdictions in Orange County from January 2009 to the present time.

Source: Construction Industry Research Board



Orange County Total Number of Housing Permits Granted 2007 - 2012
Orange County Total Number of Housing Permits Granted: Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  TDD line: (714) 834-7163

This indicator shows the number of building permits granted in Orange County since January 2007.

Source: Construction Industry Research Board
Developed and Maintained in partnership with Orange County Business Council
The Orange County Workforce Investment Board is an equal opportunity entity. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
TDD line: (714) 834-7163