The number of homes sold in Placer County hit an all-time high in March 2015. With 520 closed sales, March 2015 has surpassed every March in history for Placer County.
Roseville led the way with 188 closed sales compared with 156 in March 2014. Lincoln followed with 114 closed sales compared to 105 last year. Rocklin closed 89 in March compared with 71 last year. In fact, every area in Placer County handily outpaced last years’ numbers except for the Loomis/Penryn area which closed 15 properties this year compared to 19 last year in March, with year-to-date figures of 36 sales versus 39 last year.
The number of available listings remains at levels very close to last year, while the median price for all of Placer County has jumped slightly from $365,000 in March 2014 to $380,00 in March 2015.
Click on the attached graphic for a copy of the full statistical report for March 2015 Placer County Home Sales.
2016/2017 Board of Directors Applications Are Now Being Accepted!
Are you interested in being a part of our Leadership team? Being in the forefront representing our membership, enhancing the organization’s programs and services? If so, this is your opportunity to potentially serve on the Placer County Association of REALTORS’ Board of Directors.
If you are interested in running for a Board position, contact any of the Nominating committee members below or print an application and fax it to the Association at 916-303-7608. All applications will be reviewed by the REALTOR Nominating Committee. If you are nominated by the Nominating Committee to run in the election you will see your name announced via the Weekly Newsletter on Monday, June 1st.
There will be four (4) vacancies for REALTOR Directors, one (1) vacancy for Secretary/Treasurer, and one (1) vacancy for President-Elect.
REALTOR Nominating Committee
Click on the link below to print an application and supporting documentation.
PCAR GAD Susan Rohan reminds our membership that if you are accepting an obligation from a seller to take care of his/her outdoor landscape while a property is on the market, you might want to take care to avoid exposing the property owner to potential fines for certain activities such as: washing down sidewalks and driveways, watering outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes excess runoff, washing a motor vehicle with a house that is not fitted with a shut-off nozzle, operating a fountain or decorative water feature that is not a recirculating system, and irrigating turf or ornamental landscapes during a rain event or during the 48 hours following measurable precipitation.