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I'd like to think the market won't drop any more in San Diego either. We too saw price increases with the decline of REO's in the 2nd 1/2 of 2009 and early 2010. However, with rencent changes by lenders like Wells Fargo with regard to the short sale process, I think we're in for a lot more REO in the coming year or two. I'd be surprised if Riverside and San Diego don't see at least significant stagnation with prices if not more decline. As far as what to tell buyers? If a buyer wants to buy, they should buy. You can't time the market. There is more to it than just price. How many of us remember what we paid for our last car? We just know what the monthly payment is. People are to hung up on price when buying a house. It is all about payment. If prices drop 10% and rates jump 2% (which isn't a stretch, it could happen), then the payment would be higher than if they bough now.... my 2 cents...
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