San Fernando Valley real estate marks record year, says Southland Regional Association of Realtors (SRAR)

Disappearance of multiple offers will equate to more properly-priced homes
  • Rising rents are motivated more potential first-time buyers to eye a condo or townhome purchase.
  • Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Encino and Tarzana seeing an increase in teardowns.
  • The San Fernando Valley enter 2016 with a less than two months of supply.

The San Fernando Valley real estate industry is coming off a banner year. Existing single-family home prices rose by nearly 7 percent and the volume of closed sales (6,108 homes) reached its highest tally in five years.