Southern California home prices up 4.3%: Where are the biggest gains?

Southern California home prices remain remained stubbornly high in April.

April’s six-county median selling price was $735,000 – up 4.3% in a month, according to CoreLogic data. The median – the midpoint of all prices for houses and condos, existing and new residences – is only down 2% in a year and off 3% from the record high of $760,000 set in May 2022.

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How did prices break down by key slices of the market and by county? Check out the chart below.

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