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Southern California housing market treads water in November
Southern California housing market treads water in November

As the year draws to a close, Southern California's housing market remains stuck in low gear. The number of homes sold in the six-county Southland dipped 9.5% in November, compared with the same month last year. The median price climbed to $412,000, up 7% from November 2013 but basically unchanged from recent months. That's according to new figures out Monday from CoreLogic DataQuick, which tracks the housing market here. That same general pattern -- fewer sales and single-digit year-over-year price gains -- has held through the second half of 2014, as would-be buyers stay on the sidelines after last year's big run-up in prices. "Southern California home...

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