San Diego Housing Market News and Analysis
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Submitted by Escoguy on December 21, 2021 - 10:22pm
Or so Zillow forecasts for next year, national appreciation rate.
Headlines get attention about "which city has the highest appreciation".
At this point, a healthy 5% or match inflation may be the better long term setup.
Still no idea what might trip up the market or the economy mid/longer term:
I guess if inflation really gets out of control. Then perhaps the government would need to reign in spending/borrowing some?
But is there really any pressure to do so? with the 10 year at 1.47% more or less.
So everyone wants to pile into real assets, thus the 11%.
I do wonder if anyone has quantified the impact of lack of buyers vs lack of sellers.
If 50% of the property in San Diego won't hit the market in the next 20 years, what would be the implications?
Maybe the Zillow forecast people only believed "it was transitory".
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