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“In California, the Inland Empire is the strongest market,” he said. “While the market took a hit in April, it came back strong in both May and June. The Inland Empire has always been the affordable alternative to the more coastal areas. With low mortgage rates, buyers had flocked back to the market.
In fact, DQ News data shows builders’ closed sales in 2020’s virus-challenged first five months are actually up 13% in the Inland Empire vs 2019’s pace. Meanwhile, new home sales are down 16% in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
Inland Empire Center, a 310,000-square-foot retail center in Fontana, California, has sold for $71 million. JH Real Estate Partners Inc., a privately held real estate investment company out of Newport Beach, bought the property from The Baralat Co., a private real estate investment and asset management firm in Westlake Village.
Let’s remember that Inland Empire housing is nowhere near the size of its coastal cousin-the metro of Los Angeles and Orange counties, where homes are worth $3.27 trillion.