From Desert Hot Springs ($235,000) to Santa Monica ($984,000), Zillow has released its quarterly value report for "average" homes in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and counties all over the US.
It's a crapload of data, so Zillow released a handy dandy rankbar for the top 66 metro areas. Red means a market is up year over year. Blue means it's down. Guess what color LA is.
An "average" home, they explain, is 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,500 square feet. What they don't explain is how Santa Monica's average is $200,000 more than Beverly Hills.
· Quarterly Home Value Reports [Zillow]
· 66-Market Interactive Rankbar [Zillow]
· Giant LA spreadsheet with neighborhood-level data [Zillow]