Experts predict that population growth and the county’s limited amount of land available for new construction may contribute to another housing price spike. In January 2013 the median price of a single family home in San Diego County is $390,000, up 12 percent over January 2012, according to the San Diego Association of Realtors.

Experts predict that population growth and the county’s limited amount of land available for new construction may contribute to another housing price spike. In January 2013 the median price of a single family home in San Diego County is $390,000, up 12 percent over January 2012, according to the San Diego Association of Realtors.

The continued dearth of available homes for sale in San Diego is driving up prices and causing much consternation among buyers, who often find their offers on properties too little or too late...

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