November 2020 vs November 2019 Real Estate Market Data for Single Family Homes

High demand with low inventory plus low interest rates, the real estate market stays hot amidst the pandemic.

In Santa Cruz county, the median Single Family home costing $1,050,000 was sold in just 8 days. (mlslistings.com)

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October 2020 vs September 2020

Market Data October 2020 vs October 2019

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