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Best Zip Codes in San Diego

With 2018 officially in the books, it’s interesting to look back and consider San Diego’s best and worst performing zip codes for the year.  While home sales within the county dropped to a level we haven’t seen in over a decade, prices increased in the overwhelming majority of neighborhoods.  For instance, only four zip codes experienced decreases in their median home price.  Here are the results:

 

Top 5 Zip Codes:

Cardiff (92007):  +14.6%

Del Mar (92014):  +12.7%

South Park/Golden Hill (92102):  +12.3%

Mission Hills/Bankers Hill (92103):  +12.2%

Chula Vista (91914):  +12.1%

 

Bottom 5 Zip Codes:

La Jolla (92037):  -5.1%

Sunset Cliffs (92107):  -4.2%

Solana Beach (92075):  -3.8%

Rancho Santa Fe (92067):  -0.5%

Oceanside (92057):  +1.0%

 

In 2017 Sunset Cliffs (22%) and Solana Beach (16%) experienced the highest appreciation in the county, so a modest correction was anticipated.  Although Rancho Santa Fe has been the lowest performing zip code (down 5.5%) in the past three years, it continues to maintain the highest priced median home ($2.364,000) followed by Del Mar ($2,000,000) and La Jolla ($1,998,000).  Worth noting: Barrio Logan/92113 has had the highest appreciation in the county within the past five years (up 84.4%).  At $380,000 it also happens to be the only neighborhood in San Diego with a median home price below $400,000.

*Only zip codes with 100+ recordings per year were considered.

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