Last time I wrote a post, I took a look at some of the information that Redfin’s neighborhood pages yielded in the LAX area. I’ll now be covering real estate for Woodland Hills and its surrounding communities.
I thought I’d familiarize myself with my new area and (conveniently) bring you along for the ride.
First, a very brief history. I did a little investigating and found out that Woodland Hills is the site where the treaty to end the Mexican War was signed. This event allowed California to become our 31st state. (Who knew?)
Let’s take a look at the 91367 zip code, the part of Woodland Hills that sits north of Ventura Boulevard and is generally more affordable than “south of the Boulevard.” According to our neighborhood pages, the most expensive home in the area is $4,800,000 (yikes!) and the least expensive home is $175,000.
The current average listed price per square foot is $342, while the average sold price per square foot is $302.
Just for kicks, let’s also look at the DQ News stats. Year-over-year prices for single-family homes have dropped 26.5% for July from 2007 to 2008. But their median price is at $319 a square foot for July in the 91367 zip code.
Is anyone here shopping in this area? If so, drop a line and let me know if you’re looking for specific information. I’ll do my best to accommodate where possible.