Just a quick link for your reading pleasure, today. Voice of San Diego contributor Rich Toscano shows us today that San Diego housing has hit record levels, not counting the bubble that burst in 2008-2009. Read more here.
For background, also check out Toscano’s longer piece from earlier this year on how high prices don’t necessary mean we’re in a new bubble (yet), and what exactly the heck a “bubble” is. That article is here.
What do San Diego’s high housing prices mean for you? Is this good news or bad news from your prospective? Do you think we might be in for another 2005-level bubble and 2008-level burst? I look forward to reading your comments.