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San Diego Movers: Though Still Pricy, San Diego Housing Prices Cool Down

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A cooling down in San Diego housing prices as well as a steady growth in employment rates signify that it may be a good time to hire San Diego movers and relocate to San Diego County this year.

August 6, 2014

San Diego, California, United States – August 6th, 2014 /PressCable/

Steadily Rising Employment Rate Gives Hope to Long Distance Movers to San Diego

People who are seriously thinking of relocating to San Diego County
from elsewhere in the country should now have two solid reasons for calling San
Diego movers and going through with their plans. One reason is San Diego
housing prices are starting to cool down. The other is employment opportunities
are beginning to heat up again.

“If there is any best time
to move to San Diego, it would be this year,” says Arthur Hill,
spokesperson for is an
information resource on long distance movers in San Diego. “The numbers
are looking good for it,” Hill adds.

At first glance, the numbers may
look dim, especially when it comes to San Diego’s housing prices. Analysts have
reported that San Diego posted a 0.5% housing price increase in May 2014, while
its annual gains are still at 12.4%. The median price for a house in San Diego
County is $450,000 in June 2014, going up from $416,500 in the same month in

Despite the climbing price tags
on homes in San Diego County, the upside is only approximately 3,800 homes were
sold in the county in June 2014 compared to the 4,000 or so that changed hands
in June 2013.

For Hill, this means the real
estate supply is unmoving or even increasing, yet the demand for homes is going
down. Hill projects that price tags on homes may go down as a result in the
next few months.

Boosting Hill’s projection is the
March 2014 Forbes report that San Diego is one of the best places to launch a
start-up company in the US. While the current lack of tech hubs or mentorship
programs in San Diego may present a challenge to would-be entrepreneurs, they
at least have the chance to thrive there. Start-ups have already accounted for a 2.2% increase in San Diego jobs in the first quarter of 2014. is a one-stop shop for
essential information on San Diego
and cheap
movers in San Diego
. For more information, please contact Arthur Hill at or visit

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