Santa Clarita monthly Real Estate update

The latest compilation of monthly statistics from the Southern Calif. Regional MLS for FEBRUARY are in..

The chart directly below is based on ACTIVE MLS data as of March. 6. It will differ from monthly sales stats shown further below on the photo pages, because those stats are for SOLD listings.

March 6, 2019 Stats above. See below for full January SOLD stats tallied city by city.
The top 25 neighborhoods listed. Canyon Country 2 (East of Sierra Hwy) is tops. CC1 is west.

Here are the stats for SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED HOMES. * Condos / Town Homes are in a separate report due out later this month.


24 homes sold. (Down from 24)

Median Sold Price: $533,000. (Down from $550k)


15 homes sold. (Down from 17)

Median Sold Price: $557,500 (Up from $545,000)


10 homes sold. (Up from 5)

Median Sold Price: $600,000 (Way down from $685,000)


24 homes sold. ( Down from 16)

Median Sold Price: $599,000 (Down from $600,000)


31 homes sold. (Up from 27)

Median Sold Price: $590,000 (Down from $630,000)

Santa Clarita Summary

If you thought home prices sat in a predictable cushioned basket, it's time to take a closer look. Here are the median sold prices each month for the past 5 years. These images show that if a particular month has fewer sales, it can dramatically impact the kind of sold prices overall.

Canyon Country 5 Year Sales Line

Probably the most stable of the 6 city markets in the SCV.

Castaic 5 Year Sales Line

Timing the market? Not for the squeamish.

Newhall 5 Year Sales Line

Magic Mountain doesn't even have a ride this wicked 5 year chart from Newhall.

Saugus 5 Year Sales Line

Surprisingly stable compared to the rest.

Stevenson Ranch 5 Year Sales Line

Curious about your home's value? Just ask me for an analysis.

Valencia 5 Year Sales Line

Only a skilled agent can see the true price trends and size up the best offer prices.

Nearby: San Fernando Valley

Buyers Market? Sellers Market?


These charts (best viewed on desktop) let you compare the results of a city at a one month interval. You can see trends develop by looking at the numbers from one month to the next... These stats show ACTIVE LISTINGS, not sold listings.

Compare Dec. 10 vs. Jan. 9 vs. Feb. 8 vs. March 6


Active listings continue seasonal decline, but there are more than a year prior.


Median prices continue their climb along with days on the market.


Median list prices up with days on market trending BACK DOWN.


Canyon Country NOW


Castaic NOW

Up from $641,000

Newhall NOW

Up from $573,000

Saugus NOW

Up from $622,000.

Stevenson Ranch NOW

Asking price up to $808,000 from $768,000 last month

Valencia NOW

Asking prices substantially up from $599k last month to $649 now.

Keep in mind, all of these numbers can rise and fall by substantial amounts due to small sample sizes at times of the year.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the next 3 months, let's have a 10 minute chat over a cup of coffee. I'm buying. Clearly, I am able to tell you about the trends in the market... Just name the date and the time!

Coffee's on me!

Data Is Beautiful: Below is technically the center sales spot in Santa Clarita. If you plotted every sold home on the map in the month of February, the red pin is the center of them all. (If you wondered if more homes were selling east vs. west and north vs. south.)

Red spot is "center" of last month's sales.

If you have a brokerage relationship with another agency, this is not intended as a solicitation. All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Equal Opportunity Housing Provider. Information is for consumers’ personal, noncommercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.


Created with images by qimono - "scale question importance" • insidious_plots - "Coffee for Wesley and I in my new birthday cups! :)"

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