California homes account for 9 out of 10 of the nation's most-searched-for dwellings
The Top 10 national list of most-searched-for homes last week at Realtor.com among those within 20% of the median list price of $219,300 included nine California homes. Some of the Southern California homes from the previous week's list remained, plus two different Southland properties: At No. 7 was a Simi Valley home and at No. 10 was a Los Angeles listing. The Moreno Valley (No. 2), Rosemead (No. 3), West Covina (No. 4) and North Hollywood (No. 9) listings returned at those rankings.
The only home outside California to make the list was the No. 1 most-searched-for home, a two-story built in 2005 with five bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms in 2,840 square feet. The Orlando, Fla. home is listed at $180,000.
The No. 7 Simi Valley home, listed at $257,900, has four bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,304 square feet. It was built in 1964 and is bank owned.
At No. 10 was a Los Angeles house listed at $250,000. Built in 1923, the single-story house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 1,768 square feet.
What do you think, L.A. Land? Some bargains here?
-- Lauren Beale
Photo: The four-bedroom, four-bath Rosemead home was No. 3 on the list. It has 2,456 square feet of living space and is listed at $250,000. It appears to be offered via online auction. Credit: Sherry Crowe