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March 2023 Housing Statistics

March sees spring surge, sales volume up 30% from February Sales volume Sales Price Listing Inventory Days on Market SummarySeasonal increase in sales volume, prices remain stable. More homes coming onto the market but are selling faster than previous month, indicating increased competition. View PDF

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February 2023 Statistics

Market picks up in February: sales climb, price steady February closed with 699 sales, a 22.2% increase from January (572). Compared to one year ago (1,082), the current figure is still down 35.4%. Of the 699 sales this month, 105 (15%) used cash financing, 432 (61.8%) used conventional, 98 (14%) used FHA, 49 (7%) used

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January 2023 Statistics

Sales volume dips for year’s start, sales price sees increaseJanuary closed with 572 sales, a 28.9% decrease from December (804). Compared to one year ago (1,030), the current figure is down 44.5%. Of the 572 sales this month, 92 (16.1%) used cash financing, 329 (57.5%) used conventional, 95 (16.6%) used FHA, 33 (5.8%) used VA

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SAR Installs 100th President

The Sacramento Association of REALTORS® is proud to install its 100th president at the 2017 SAR Officer & Director Installation & Awards Dinner on Friday, January 13th at the Hyatt Regency Ballroom. In addition to being the 100th person to serve as president, Incoming President Franco Garcia will also be the first Hispanic President to

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SAR Charitable Foundation

REALTORS® Give Back to Sacramento Region

The Sacramento Association of REALTORS® Charitable Foundation and Scholarship Foundation Trust donated over $300,000 to local charities and causes in 2013 and 2014. In 2014 the Sacramento Association of REALTORS® gave over $164,000 to numerous different causes. Including $90,000 from the SAR Charitable Foundation to the SAR Christmas Can Tree benefiting the Salvation Army. The

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