Here are the cities with the fastest growing home prices in metro LA

Supply and demand drive the real estate market, affecting everything from the value of buildings and land to availability for buyers and sellers. These forces are usually closely tied to a region’s economy, labor market, population, demographics, location, interest rates, and several other ever-changing factors. The coronavirus pandemic has put tremendous pressure on the economy, but created a property boom largely driven by people buy second homes as vacation properties.

Stacker compiled a list of cities with the fastest growing home prices in Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim using data from Zillow. Cities are ranked by how the Zillow Home Values ​​Index has changed for all homes and apartments over the past year as of January 2022. The typical value of a home in the States rose over the past year by +19.9% ​​to $325,677.

Keep reading to see if your hometown makes the list.

20. Palmdale

  • Price variation over 1 year: +23.5%
  • Price change over 5 years: +70.5%
  • Typical home value: $465,669 (151 most expensive metro city)

19. Lancaster

  • Price variation over 1 year: +23.5%
  • Price change over 5 years: +75.6%
  • Typical home value: $431,627 (152 most expensive metro city)

18. La Palma

  • Price variation over 1 year: +23.5%
  • Price change over 5 years: +51.6%
  • Typical home value: $1,056,137 (54 most expensive metro city)

17. Placentia

  • Price change over 1 year: +24.0%
  • Price change over 5 years: +47.4%
  • Typical home value: $971,673 (61 most expensive metro city)

16. Costa Mesa

  • Price change over 1 year: +24.0%
  • Price change over 5 years: +48.9%
  • Typical home value: $1,156,634 (45th most expensive metro city)

15. North Tustin

  • Price variation over 1 year: +24.5%
  • Price change over 5 years: +48.7%
  • Typical home value: $1,442,083 (26 most expensive metro city)

14. Yorba Linda

  • Price change over 1 year: +24.6%
  • Price change over 5 years: +45.4%
  • Typical home value: $1,183,274 (40 most expensive metro city)

13. Palos Verdes Peninsula

  • Price change over 1 year: +24.9%
  • Price change over 5 years: +43.3%
  • Typical home value: $2,265,555 (11th most expensive metro city)

12. Lake Forest

  • Price change over 1 year: +24.9%
  • Price change over 5 years: +47.2%
  • Typical home value: $1,000,241 (58 most expensive metro city)

11. Aliso Viejo

  • Price change over 1 year: +25.0%
  • Price change over 5 years: +46.6%
  • Typical home value: $860,937 (79 most expensive metro city)

10. Laguna Hills

  • Price change over 1 year: +25.2%
  • Price change over 5 years: +47.3%
  • Typical home value: $1,030,901 (57 most expensive metro city)

9. Rancho Santa Margarita

  • Price change over 1 year: +26.0%
  • Price change over 5 years: +49.2%
  • Typical home value: $898,844 (72 most expensive metro city)

8. Mission Viejo

  • Price change over 1 year: +26.4%
  • Price change over 5 years: +49.0%
  • Typical home value: $1,032,729 (55 most expensive metro city)

7. Villa Park

  • Price variation over 1 year: +26.5%
  • Price change over 5 years: +45.8%
  • Typical home value: $1,844,199 (15th most expensive metro city)

6. Dana Point

  • Price variation over 1 year: +26.9%
  • Price change over 5 years: +48.9%
  • Typical home value: $1,432,333 (27th most expensive metro city)

5. San Juan Capistrano

  • Price change over 1 year: +27.2%
  • Price change over 5 years: +46.3%
  • Typical home value: $1,094,535 (53 most expensive metro city)

4. Coto de Caza

  • Price change over 1 year: +27.3%
  • Price change over 5 years: +44.7%
  • Typical home value: $1,558,863 (23 most expensive metro city)

3. Niguel Lagoon

  • Price change over 1 year: +27.9%
  • Price change over 5 years: +47.6%
  • Typical home value: $1,220,393 (38 most expensive metro city)

2. Ladera Ranch

  • Price change over 1 year: +28.4%
  • Price change over 5 years: +47.8%
  • Typical home value: $1,137,939 (46 most expensive metro city)

1. Saint Clement

  • Price change over 1 year: +30.3%
  • Price change over 5 years: +54.8%
  • Typical home value: $1,487,384 (24th most expensive metro city)

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