Home sales in Southern California dropped for the fourth straight month in March, while the median home price set a record, a real estate information service reported. A total of 29,509 new and resale Southland homes were sold last month, down 17.4 percent from 32,674 for March last year, according to DataQuick Information Systems. The median price paid for a home in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, Ventura, San Bernardino and Orange counties was $501,000 last month. That was up 14.1 percent from $439,000 for March a year ago, and was up 4.4 percent from $480,000 in February 2006, according to DataQuick. The regional year-over-year increase in median has varied from 12.9 percent to 17 percent the last 12 months. Last month's increase ranged from 5.7 percent in San Diego County to 23.2 ...
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