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  1. an
    August 10, 2006 @ 11:23 PM

    I’ve been using
    I’ve been using along with dqnews for my monthly data, besides this site. According to, they just released the numbers today, both SFR and condos are down y-o-y. Here’s the direct link: . I guess there’s some discrepancy between the sources, but the sentiment is still the same. For those who don’t want to go to the link, it says, SFR is down 0.8% y-o-y and condo is down 9.2% y-o-y and 2.8% m-o-m.

  2. powayseller
    August 11, 2006 @ 9:24 AM

    Rich, these are the best
    Rich, these are the best charts anywhere on the San Diego market. No wonder we are all addicted to Piggington! That price/sq ft chart tells the story so well – while the median is up, the prices actually are dropping. Now, what are the chances of the media reporting $/sq ft instead of median?

  3. Anonymous
    August 15, 2006 @ 10:07 AM

    anyone know where we can
    anyone know where we can track the cost of construction materials, lumber, copper tubing, etc ? it would be interesting to see if these are starting to fall off as well

  4. Anonymous
    August 17, 2006 @ 5:10 PM

    Prices in San Diego
    Prices in San Diego dropping? Say it ain’t so! Unlike most of your readers, I’m going to state that prices here need a good, big drop. I say that because, of course, I’m not in the San Diego market. I live here, and rent, because I can’t possibly buy a home for what I can rent one, something that rarely happens out there in there in the real world. Most San Diegans don’t realize how the cost of living here vs. the salaries paid screw both the employees in this market and companies who can’t attract new talent. Personally, I just can’t wait to leave.

    Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket?

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