The San Diego Case-Shiller Index dropped for the fourth month in a row, and was about the same as it was in April. We will probably keep heading downward for the next few months, but at least the latest reading wasn’t as bad as the last two months – only down 0.1%!
We will probably lose another 1% or 2% between now and Spring, 2019, which would put the index back to about where it was in February.
What happens in next year’s selling season will be the real test.
San Diego Non-Seasonally-Adjusted CSI changes:
The previous peak was 250.34 in November, 2005.
Predicting 2019 is going to be much harder than previous years.
The stock market decline is going to become an additional headwind to sales and prices.
With all due respect you should change that picture on front page. Looks like you wife is holding hands with other guy. So awkward. Why do you not see this?
Oh geez, I probably haven’t made it clear enough.
The website look is under construction, and going slowly. I am loyal to the person who has been with me for years, and she is buried currently so I have to wait in line.
#2 priority is hand-holding.
#1 priority is photo that doesn’t make us look fat.
#1 is prevailing so far but we will consider your feedback.