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San Diego home prices remain on the upswing and continue to outpace national averages. Mirroring national data, the price of San Diego homes for sale rose 0.3 percent from July to August, according to the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released earlier this week. Annually, home prices...

A San Diego County delinquent property tax auction in March brought in nearly $3 million to county coffers. The auction block is the last time delinquent property owners can rescue their homes before sold to the highest bidders; a $2 million San Diego home on Neptune...

Real estate in San Diego is off to a mixed start in 2015. Home appreciation increased in January, but the amount of homes for sale in San Diego fell last month. The median price for homes for sale in San Diego was $435,000 last month, up 7.4...

Home appreciation slid to a two year-low last month as the median price of homes for sale in San Diego fell to $430,00 in November -- the lowest gains reported since June 2012. Month-to-month, home gains are down but the decline is smaller when compared year-to-year....

Default notices, which trigger the foreclosure process, ticked up last month, but still remain at historic lows for real estate in San Diego.  Lenders filed 474 notices of default in October, up 12.4 percent from 398 notices filed  in September, according to the latest CoreLogic...

The housing market in San Diego has turned yet another corner – the number of foreclosures in San Diego fell to an all-time post housing recession low in September. Lenders foreclosed 121 businesses and homes in San Diego County last month – the lowest number of...