Below, please find a few tidbits to aid in any weekend procrastination you might be planning.
First, I’ll be on KOGO (that would be the radio, AM 600) on Sunday at noon chatting with my buddy Scott Lewis, editor of voiceofsandiego.org, about housing and ye olde inflation/deflation debate. I know what we’ll be talking about because we already recorded the segment, which was about 20 minutes long.
So tune in to hear the part where I know I have another a point to make, but I totally forget what it was, resulting some nice dead air. Smooooth.
The show should be archived here at some point.
Second, Jon Lansner of the OC Register is celebrating the 3-year anniversary of his housing blog by interviewing other housing bubble chroniclers. I’m up today.
Third, exactly a month ago I noted that the little Redfin price per square foot widget at the lower right exhibited a divergence between the direction of asking prices and selling prices. The post in question resulted in a lot of great comments speculating as to what it all means. For whatever it’s worth, the divergence has since gotten bigger in the detached housing graph:
Here’s one possible interpretation:
Have a great weekend, everyone…