San Diego home prices continued to increase into the second month of the COVID-19 crisis and grew at a quicker pace than other California cities.
Los Angeles Chargers owner Dean Spanos is selling the La Jolla home he shared with his wife, Susie, for more than 20 years for $17.95 million.
Rosamaria Acuña, a real estate agent in Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties’ La Jolla office on Prospect Street, ranked No. 1 in her office and No. 2 among all the company’s agents in the San Diego region for the first quarter of 2020.
Housing sales in San Diego County had their biggest annual drop in nearly 30 years in May as the COVID-19 coronavirus brought the market to a crawl.