The inventory in Los Angeles has been low for the past year or so.
It's hard to say if it will change drastically next year, but typically not as many people sell during the winter/holiday season, so there may be more homes coming on the market in January.
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Property inventories have been low all this year and the better part of last year from Westchester to Santa Monica and the Westside. This seems to have contributed to significant price increases almost monthly in most areas since the beginning of 2013 and the upward trend was already evident in 2012.
Though sales seem to be leveling off and maybe even cooling slightly over the last few months prices in many areas are now over their previous highs at the end of the 'housing bubble' in 2007-2008. Venice in particular has experienced explosive appreciation over the last year or so and the more affordable neighborhoods have also seen strong gains.
As for inventories... many houses have been coming up for sale only to be quickly snapped up in what has been an extremely active market. No one has a crystal ball when it comes to predicting what will happen in the coming year, but I expect a lot more properties to come on the market as more owners become aware of the substantial recovery in these areas.
Though conventional wisdom will tell you that this may result in price reductions I don't think that this is necessarily the way things will play out here.
The neighborhoods with the greatest relative increases are still in the highest demand and are likely to stay that way. Venice is still gentrifying and this process will take years to finish. Also, more affordable areas like Westchester, Palms, Mar Vista, and a few less expensive parts of Santa Monica are basically coastal communities which I feel are likely to hold onto their gained values... houses for around a million dollars and less close to the water are still a bargain any way you look at it.
Many of the more upscale areas including the Marina Peninsula, much of Santa Monica, and Pacific Palisades made more modest, but equally significant gains which I don't think are likely to be lost for the same reason. They just aren't making any more coastal land and the all these properties are part of the core L.A. Basin market which with the exception of other popular coastal communities generally enjoys much higher values than the rest of Metro L.A./Orange County... all things being equal.
Unfortunately, this is the catch. While the housing market has been booming on the Westside gains have been less spectacular in other parts of the country and the overall economy both here and abroad has remained weak according to many experts. However, I think that there are still a lot of home owners who have been sitting on the sidelines over the last five years who will have good reason to sell whatever happens.
(There's also the 'shadow inventory' of repossessed homes held by the banks to consider which could affect prices if they're dumped on the market too quickly.)
Yes...inventory of homes on the market has been low. When new listings come on the market that are priced appropriately, they sell very quickly, mostly with multiple offers...so the price may go up a bit.
However, if a home is overpriced, they sit on the market for extended time.
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