Brentwood's home resale inventories , with a 6 percent decrease since August 2013. Distressed properties such as foreclosures and short sales increased as a percentage of the total market in September. The median listing price in Brentwood went down from August to September. There were a total of 11 price increases and 55 price decreases.
Recently Sold: 117
New Listings: 125
Eduardo Soriano, Broker
DRE # 01702798
Since you are a Realtor, I'm not sure why you are asking this question. You have access to the MLS like the agents who have responded below - I'd recommend you make use of Clarus MarketMetrics - it's a free benefit many of us use to gauge market activity.
With the raise of values this past 8 months, a lot of homeowners are not short sales anymore. The market still has short sales, but no where the volume we had last year. Majority of the homes sold on the market are traditional sales now. Mixed with a few REO properties and short sale properties.
They are calling this the "calm before the storm" - it is definitely a seller's market. Though rates have risen, it is still a great time to buy.