MEDIAN EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY HOME SALES PRICE
CALIFORNIA REGIONS 1982-95
(In Constant Dollars)


   Year   California  San Francisco   Monterey   No. Calif.    L.A.     Orange Co.   San Diego 
 
   1982    $111,800r/     $128,094    $113,890     $87,610   $119,259    $129,641    $102,665
   1983     114,370        133,730     112,585      85,650    118,543     131,456     103,077
   1984     114,260        134,131     120,740      87,448    121,270     130,668     104,417
   1985     119,860        145,129     129,119      89,661    124,787     132,758     111,517
   1986     133,640        166,318     146,057      92,098    135,393     144,441     123,003
   1987     142,060        176,796     161,787      93,672    146,630     163,218     134,073
   1988     168,200        212,863     185,658     102,426    178,889     203,860     153,410
   1989     196,120        260,722     232,191     115,075    214,831     241,708     181,922
   1990     193,770        259,000     237,732     143,801    212,130     242,358     183,210
   1991     200,660        262,420     233,660     135,020    218,580     239,680     187,510
   1992     197,030        259,250     226,280     137,600    210,790     230,860     183,110
   1993     188,240        256,200     222,750     138,800    195,430     217,210     176,930
   1994     185,010        255,580     225,060     136,960    189,170     214,540     176,010
   1995     178,160        254,450     226,510     136,830    179,900     208,760     171,600

r/ Revised to reflect 1994 sample expansion.,

Los Angeles: Arcadia, Azusa, Beverly Hills, Culver City, Diamond Bar, Downey,
East San Gabriel Valley, Glendale, Hacienda-Rowland, Long Beach,
Los Angeles, Monrovia, Norwalk-La Mirada, Pasadena, Rancho-Los Cerritos,
Palos Verdes Peninsula, San Fernando Valley, Santa Monica, South Bay,
South Pasadena, Venice and Whittier.

San Francisco Bay Area: Berkeley, Contra Costa, Los Altos-Los Gatos-Saratoga-
Mountain View-Sunnyvale, Marin, Oakland, Palo Alto, San Francisco,
San Jose, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Southern Alameda.

San Diego: East San Diego, Escondido, North San Diego (Carlsbad, Oceanside,
San Dieguito), San Diego and Fallbrook.

Orange County: Irvine, East Orange, Huntington Beach-Fountain Valley, Newport-
Mesa, Greater North Orange, West Orange and Saddleback Valley.

Monterey: Carmel, Monterey, Salinas and Santa Cruz.

Northern California: Chico, Humboldt, Paradise and Placer.

Note: Movement in regional sales prices should not be interpreted as measuring
changes in the cost of a standard home. Prices are influenced by changes
in costs and variations in the characteristics and size of homes actually
sold.

California Association of Realtors
Research and Economics
(213) 739-8200
djs 4/17/96