Regionally, condominiums in general have been hit especially hard. Lenders are now scrutinizing associations and pooly managed associations are being punished for less than ideal financial stewardship.
When choosing a condominium in San Ramon or otherwise take a look at surrounding communities at the same price point. (Even though you are not looking in other areas). Since OTHER BUYERS may be more flexible, you should get a good picture of the demand at your price point and see what options are out there for other buyes.
For example. lets say you are looking at the 400k price point. A buyer commuting to San Francisco may compromise on a lot more square footage Single Family home in Concord or Livermore, or an easier commute in a townhouse in Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, or Dublin. Doing more homework from there (looking at adjustments and trends) will make clear the price you should be paying and show you where the market is and will go in the plannable future.
To paraphrase Jim Cramer; Before you buy do a lot of homework with your agent.