Peter Hong

Business reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Home prices in Southern California continue to fall. In August, the median price dropped $18,000 to $330,000 — 34% lower than one year ago.

Will Falling Housing Prices Kick-start the Real Estate Market?

Home prices in Southern California continue to fall. In August, the median price dropped $18,000 to $330,000 — 34% lower than one year ago.

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