In 2012, homes in high-risk areas sold for an average 2.5% more than in low-risk areas. Double-digit price growth in already expensive West Coast cities has likely driven homebuyers to look in more affordable, but fire-prone areas. Notable metrics include a new peak in concession volume, a rebound in move-in volume, and lower lease pricing compared to September 2019. That’s down from a 22% price premium Trump-branded condos fetched in 2019, and a 33.5% premium in 2016, when Donald Trump was elected president. The price premium of Trump-branded condos has declined every year that Trump has been in office.