Case-Shiller: Summer is Kind to Orange County Home Prices

Let’s check in on the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices (HPI). Here’s a summary of the latest data for the Los Angeles area, which includes LA and Orange Counties:

July 2011
Month to Month: Up 0.2%
Year to Year: Down 3.5%
Prices at this level in: October 2003
Peak month: September 2006
Change from Peak: Down 37.9% in 58 months
Low Tier: Under $303,331
Mid Tier: $303,331 to $496,849
Hi Tier: Over $496,849

Since Case-Shiller lumps LA and Orange Counties together, I won’t repeat everything I wrote on the LA Sweet Digs blog. For more analysis and some graphs of the LA Case-Shiller data, check out my post over there: Case-Shiller: Summer is Kind to Los Angeles Home Prices

  • Roland Estrada

    The people below,  Aliso Viejo officials,  are losers, should be fired and ridden out of town on a rail. These Nazis are the ones responsible for draconian open house sign rules in place in Aliso Viejo. 

    They waste tax payer dollars by having someone like Ted Halsey (Building Official), drive around in his personal car on weekends and steal open house signs off of street corners. All at a moment in time where cities can't afford to wasting money. And I'm sure this clown is making overtime to boot. I caught in the act of sign stealing on Sunday afternoon October 2nd. He told me he must have around thirty signs in his car. 

    These jokers cost must cost agent thousands of dollars per year in signs and wasted time. They also  are doing a disservice to the homeowners who the bills and the salaries of these trolls. I'm sure the city can figure out a better way to spend the people's money. 

    Mayor: Carmen Cave

    Mayor Pro Tem: Donald A. Garcia

    Council Member: Greg Ficke

    Council Member: William “Bill” Phillips

    Council Member: Phillip B. Tsunoda

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