By the Numbers: San Diego's Home Market, 1st Quarter
San Diego Union-Tribune -- Despite some hints of stability in San Diego County's home market, the region "will continue to be troubled and fragmented" by an excess of distressed inventory, say three industry leaders with USD's real estate center, in their quarterly market report.
Then: Before the housing bubble burst, "regular" sales, or non-distressed properties made up the bulk of the transactions. "Today," last week's report says, "things are different, and sales are segmented. The authors -- Norm Miller, Charles Tu and Louis Galuppo -- cut the county's inventory into five wedges to give readers a comprehensive understanding of where we stand in residential sales. (Full Story)
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