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Prices hit bottom in Los Angeles in 2009 and have nearly caught up to the peak of the market of 2007 in much of Los Angeles. Where's the housing market heading? According to UCLA's Anderson Forecast, the economy will continue to improve marginally through 2016. Home prices will continue to rise, but at a much slower pace. In 2014 we saw prices rebound strongly through the first half of the year in Los Angeles, stalling towards the end of 2014, and now rising at a nice moderate pace. There is still a housing shortage, keeping demand high, but sales slow. As we launch into the Spring buying season, more homes are comingn on the market.
Interest rates have been floating around 4% this year, up from the very low 3.5% of Spring 2013, but still near historical lows, and well below the historical average of 7% (and a fraction of the outrageous highs of the 1980's which pushed 18%). Buyers are still clamboring to get into the marketplace to take advantage of the low rates. Analysts expect rates to increase to 4.5% by the end of the year. Sellers would be wise to get their homes on the market while the prices are still peaking, to avoid the risk of a stalled market when rates increase. Analysts expect a 4-6% increase in housing prices through 2016.