While real estate activity continued to slow across the Victor Valley, several indicators remained relatively higher in Hesperia compared to other area cities, according to June figures compiled by the Victor Valley Multiple Listing service by Larry Trombley of Century 21 Rose Realty in Hesperia.

Most notably, Hesperia had the highest dollar per square foot figure with $177.64, which was based on the average home price of $325,433. The average size home sold in Hesperia was 1,832 square feet.

Phelan, with average home size of 1,676 square feet, had the second dollar per square foot with $173.57, followed closely by Spring Valley Lake. Spring Valley Lake, which had the largest-sized homes sold last month at an average of 2,097 square feet, had the highest average sales price at $363,375 per home and the third-highest dollar per square foot average at $173.28.

Victor Valley-wide, the average home sold last month was 1,885 square feet. With an average sale price of $316,571, the average price per square feet was $167.94.

Hesperia also had the most vigorous ratio of homes sold in the Victor Valley with one out of 16 sold. One out of 22 homes for sale sold across the valley last month. Adelanto had the weakest ratio of homes for sale that sold with only one out of 43 selling last month.

For the first half of 2007, Victor Valley homes averaged a $314,202 sale price. That is nearly three and half times the average sale price of $92,171 for the same time 10 years ago.

Across the Victor Valley, June inventory was 5.7 percent above May and 38.7 percent higher than last year, according to Trombley's figures.