Back in February, I wrote here about a California Association of Realtors’ prediction that when all was said and done, the median price for California homes sold in 2006 would be $575,500. Such was their apparent confidence, I noted at the time, that they didn’t even feel the need to round to the nearest $1,000. Yet the forecast turned out to be off by a bit more than that, as CAR’s most recent projection for the 2006 median has fallen to $561,000.
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October 25, 2006 @ 4:46 PM
We also have a
We also have a revision to our previous statement. Although it has been proven that cigarette smoking causes lung cancer, it occurs at a very slow rate in most instances.
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October 25, 2006 @ 10:13 PM
In an article posted in the
In an article posted in the forums on your site, Ms. Appleton-Young was recognized that her projection of a 2.5% decline in sales for 2006 was a bit off of the thirty something percent decline that we have seen thus far. What makes them think their modest price decline projection will be any more accurate?