By Mike Hazlip— The highest priced single-family home on the market in Citrus Heights is currently listed at $795,000, as the city sees a cooling housing market amid rising mortgage rates.
By Mike Hazlip— Rapidly rising mortgage rates are causing a “massive impact” on the prices home buyers are able to afford, according to a regional analyst.
Sentinel staff report– Latest home sales data shows just over 100 homes closed sale in Citrus Heights last month, down from a high point of 130 in May.
Housing prices in Citrus heights have been on the rise during the COVID-19 shutdown, as buyers find more options in working from home and sellers move out of state.
The home once occupied by Joseph DeAngelo, the suspected Golden State Killer, was sold off-market for $320,000 last month, according to reports in multiple news outlets…