San Bernardino County, CA Home Values & Market Trends

The median home price in San Bernardino County, CA is $537,101.72. There were 23,289 home sales in San Bernardino County, CA over the past 12 months. The median residential San Bernardino County, CA home value for transactions over the previous year is $463,582.046. The number of current listings in San Bernardino County, CA is 2,346, and the percentage of properties for sale is 2346.00%. The county has 829 foreclosures, 86 bank owned properties, 315 headed for auction, and 2,346 properties for sale.

San Bernardino County, CA Real Estate Market Overview

CityMedian Est. ValueCityMedian Est. Value
Victorville

$ 419,153

$ 232/sqft

Landers

$ 406,723

$ 291/sqft

Apple Valley

$ 441,643

$ 233/sqft

Forest Falls

$ 379,000

$ 296/sqft

San Bernardino

$ 455,500

$ 336/sqft

Grand Terrace

$ 585,965

$ 265/sqft

Hesperia

$ 449,000

$ 251/sqft

Pioneertown

$ 508,100

$ 419/sqft

Yucca Valley

$ 439,950

$ 286/sqft

Sugarloaf

$ 393,500

$ 352/sqft

Fontana

$ 604,250

$ 354/sqft

Twin Peaks

$ 447,650

$ 365/sqft

Twentynine Palms

$ 300,250

$ 231/sqft

Cedarpines Park

$ 349,750

$ 565/sqft

Rancho Cucamonga

$ 755,330

$ 411/sqft

Fawnskin

$ 466,650

$ 250/sqft

Yucaipa

$ 540,075

$ 318/sqft

Angelus Oaks

$ 444,500

$ 262/sqft

Ontario

$ 620,000

$ 440/sqft

Oro Grande

$ 263,278

$ 164/sqft

Barstow

$ 265,000

$ 201/sqft

Running Springs

$ 487,000

$ 245/sqft

Joshua Tree

$ 489,000

$ 388/sqft

Hinkley

$ 125,008

$ 90/sqft

Redlands

$ 642,200

$ 366/sqft

Wrightwood

$ --

$ --

Big Bear City

$ 502,650

$ 363/sqft

Rimforest

$ 333,600

$ 267/sqft

Chino Hills

$ 1,014,962

$ 455/sqft

Lake Arrowhead

$ 630,900

$ 358/sqft

Highland

$ 472,750

$ 311/sqft

Green Valley Lake

$ --

$ --

Rialto

$ 562,750

$ 367/sqft

Bryn Mawr

$ --

$ --

Chino

$ 700,000

$ 380/sqft

Parker Dam

$ --

$ --

Adelanto

$ 358,928

$ 237/sqft

Skyforest

$ --

$ --

Upland

$ 786,250

$ 467/sqft

Nipton

$ --

$ --

Phelan

$ 467,400

$ 241/sqft

Blue Jay

$ --

$ --

Colton

$ 479,500

$ 392/sqft

Lytle Creek

$ --

$ --

Helendale

$ 399,108

$ 207/sqft

Vidal

$ --

$ --

Needles

$ 229,000

$ 153/sqft

Daggett

$ --

$ --

Newberry Springs

$ 233,750

$ 174/sqft

Amboy

$ --

$ --

Big Bear Lake

$ 803,950

$ 427/sqft

Ludlow

$ --

$ --

Lucerne Valley

$ 241,500

$ 197/sqft

Cedar Glen

$ --

$ --

Mentone

$ 490,000

$ 371/sqft

Mt Baldy

$ --

$ --

Crestline

$ 395,000

$ 273/sqft

Fort Irwin

$ --

$ --

Bloomington

$ 531,252

$ 428/sqft

Baker

$ --

$ --

Loma Linda

$ 690,000

$ 336/sqft

Essex

$ --

$ --

Morongo Valley

$ 348,300

$ 251/sqft

Earp

$ --

$ --

Pinon Hills

$ 421,848

$ 227/sqft

Guasti

$ --

$ --

Montclair

$ 612,500

$ 380/sqft

Yermo

$ --

$ --

Trona

$ 104,332

$ 101/sqft

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Housing Market Summary for San Bernardino County, CA

Feb 2023January 2024Change
Median Listing Price$439.4K$519.8K18.31%
Median Sold Price$510.4K$519.8K1.84%
Homes For Sale2,5172,320-7.83%
Homes Sold17,20318,6888.63%
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Price Per Square Foot

On an average, Single Family homes cost $33 more per sqft than Condos. In comparison with sales price/sqft last week, list price/sqft of Single Family homes increased by 1.93% whereas, list price/sqft of Condos increased by 9.38%.

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Browse Homes in San Bernardino County, CA

San Bernardino County, CA home values range from $27,334 to $11,172,940. Chino Hills is the priciest city with a median listing home price of $977,450, and Wrightwood is most affordable with average house prices of around $69,000.

Foreclosure
There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA; within these cities, the median estimated home value for homes in foreclosure ranges from $719,300 in Trona to the lowest value of $73,665 in Trona. Foreclosure homes account for 0.00% of properties in San Bernardino County, CA with San Bernardino containing 88 foreclosures, the highest number of foreclosure properties in a single city.
  • Pre-Foreclosure
    Pre-foreclosure homes account for 0.07% of all residential properties in San Bernardino County, CA with San Bernardino containing 48 pre-foreclosures, the highest number of pre-foreclosure properties in a single city. There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA; of those cities, the estimated home value for pre-foreclosure homes ranges from $836,000 in Rancho Cucamonga to the lowest home value of $73,665 in Trona.
  • Bank Owned
    The median estimated home value of bank owned homes (REO properties) in San Bernardino County, CA ranges from the highest value of $1,606,000 in Rancho Cucamonga to the lowest value of $84,000 in Newberry Springs. Bank owned homes and properties account for 0.02% of properties in San Bernardino County, CA. There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA; Rancho Cucamonga containing 6 REO properties, has the highest number of bank owned properties in a single city.
  • Auctions
    San Bernardino has 34 auction properties, the highest number of properties going to auction in a single city in the state of San Bernardino County, CA. Auction homes and other auction properties account for 0.05% of all properties in San Bernardino County, CA. There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA; of those cities, the median estimated home value for homes going to auction ranges from $1,006,000 in Lucerne Valley to the lowest value of $192,500 in Lucerne Valley.
Homes for Sale
Homes and properties that are actively listed for sale account for 0.41% of residential properties in San Bernardino County, CA with Victorville containing 228 homes for sale, the highest number of listed properties in a single city. There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA; homes for sale in those cities, have a range of median values from $630,900 in Lake Arrowhead to the lowest value of $44,303 in Hinkley.
    Sold Homes
    The median value for recently sold homes ranges from $1,275,000 in Mt Baldy to the lowest price of $27,616 in Mt Baldy. There are 69 cities within San Bernardino County, CA. Fontana has 1603 recently sold homes, the highest number of recently sold properties in a single city. Recently sold homes and properties account for 3.15% of properties in San Bernardino County, CA.

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      Guide for San Bernardino County, CA

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      California’s Real Estate Market Climbs in Value through October 2023: A Comprehensive Year in Review
      California|posted 8 December 2023

      In the past year, California’s real estate market has seen a moderate rise in property values, reflecting enduring confidence despite some fluctuations, with particular note on per square foot value increases and transactional stability across the diverse county markets.

      Riverside Property Values Soar in 2023 Amid Fierce Housing Market Trends
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      In 2023, house prices saw a steady increase, ending the year at avg 625k

      Los Angeles Real Estate Peaks in September 2023: Annual Report Highlights Citywide Property Value Fluctuations
      California|posted 13 February 2024

      The Los Angeles real estate market saw fluctuating values and sold prices per square foot in 2023, with a citywide peak in September at $1,200,000 and $706 respectively.

      Sacramento Property Market Sees Home Values Grow 12%
      California|posted 5 February 2024

      The Sacramento real estate market has witnessed a consistent rise in property values, with the average value increasing by 12% from March 2023 to January 2024. This trend was echoed in neighboring cities. Foreclosure trends indicate a healthy market and the increasing list and sales prices show promising growth for investors and buyers.