Orange County Housing Report

Summer Market

Expect a downshift from the Spring Market to the Summer Market.

The end of the school year has finally arrived, and diplomas have been distributed at festive commencement ceremonies. The temperature is heating up and the days are growing longer. The 4th of July is less than three weeks away, and family vacations are booked. From the pool to the beach to hiking Southern California’s many trails, summer is here along with all its distractions. Toss in the fact that everybody can walk the earth freely again now that COVID-19 is disappearing. Everyone is ready to enjoy a bit of fun in the sun.

The distractions of summer impact the housing market. The busiest time of the year in terms of demand, the Spring Market, comes to an end with the conclusion of the school year and graduations. The Summer Market lasts from the end of May to the start of school at the end of August. Summer is when active buyers are pulled away from the frantic pace of housing. Kids are home and parents are busy carpooling to camps, water parks, pools, beaches, and friends’ houses.








Excerpt taken from an article by Steven Thomas.

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