Brooke Williams and Danielle Cervantes of the San Diego Union-Tribune compiled data on the city's land holdings, finding that "the city's inventory of real estate assets, worth billions of dollars, is seriously flawed. A roster of 4,430 parcels the city supplied omits some property, and it also lists land the city has never owned, land it hopes to own and land it sold long ago." About 200 properties that were sold over the past 20 years are still on the list. San Diego is considering selling some of its property to improve the city's financial condition. A PDF graphic highlights the inventory's flaws.