Home prices continue to climb across the Southland, with San Bernardino County seeing the largest annual increase.
The annual price growth among single-family homes sold in Southern California continued to grow in June.
San Bernardino County, which has the region's most affordable homes, saw prices rise to $310,000, a nearly 6% jump from last year, according to the California Association of Realtors.
Median sale prices in June were $842,000 in Orange County, an increase of 0.8% year-over-year; $599,680 in Los Angeles County for a 2.3% boost; $655,000 in San Diego County, 2.3% higher than 12 months earlier; and $420,000 in Riverside County, up 3.7%.
Month-over-month, the California Association of Realtors reports median single-family home prices have increased by 11.2% in L.A. County and 2.3% in San Diego County, while seeing a 1.6% decline in San Bernardino County and down 0.4% in Orange County.