The Case-Shiller home price index for San Diego was up a mild .4
percent overall in June. Hidden in that increase, however, was a
drop in the high-priced tier (composed of the most expensive one-third
of homes sold during the April-through-June measurement period).
This continues the general (though recently dormant) trend in which the
rebound has been far stronger in
the low-priced than the high-priced tier, with the
mid-priced tier splitting the difference: