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Four other towns experienced their all-time highs, but the San Diego Case-Shiller Index for November barely got off the mat, rising a scant 0.28% from October.  It made up for the decline last month, and shows how general pricing data will bounce around from now on.

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The talking heads will report how ‘prices’ went up or down, but that is a generalization.  The index went up slightly, and that’s all we know.

Here are the San Diego NSA changes for 2015:

Month
CSI-SD
M-o-M chg
Y-o-Y chg
January
204.67
+0.6%
+5.0%
February
205.95
+0.6%
+4.6%
March
208.53
+1.2%
+4.6%
April
209.79
+0.6%
+4.5%
May
211.57
+0.9%
+4.8%
June
212.09
+0.3%
+4.6%
July
214.53
+1.1%
+5.4%
August
215.25
+0.3%
+5.9%
September
216.41
+0.6%
+6.6%
October
215.69
-0.3%
+6.2%
November
216.30
+0.3%
+6.0%

I revised each monthly index today by a couple of basis points to reflect the exact amount reported on the Case-Shiller Index website. I get the data from the same place every month – I think they revised their numbers.  The seasonaly-adjusted number is 216.04, so I’m sticking with the non-seasonally-adjusted. We don’t have ‘seasons’ that some ivory-tower guy can quantify.

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