Compare today's average mortgage rates in the state of California. Bankrate aggregates mortgage rates from multiple sources to provide averages for California.
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California Housing Data
The number of houses available in California is 55,321 with an average sale price of $899,172. Oakville has the most expensive average home price at $18,115,385, while Trona is the most affordable city in the state with an average home price of $37,677. Los Angeles county, the most populous county in the state, has 10,788 homes listed for sale with an average listing price of $1,097,776.
The average number of days that a house stays listed on the market for the state of California is 62 days, with the average number of days on the market in LA county being 48.
The city with the largest home appreciation value over the last year is Palo Alto with the average value of homes appreciating at 17%. The average appreciation of homes in CA, as well as Los Angeles County, for the same time period is 9%. See table below for the average returns of the past 5 and 10 years.
|5 Year Returns||10-year Returns|
|CA average returns||52%||37%|
|LA county average returns||52%||35%|
|City with highest returns||Marysville (112%)||Palo Alto (113%)|
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