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08Jun 2017
San Diego ecological efficiency ranked #7 by SaveOnEnergy

Eco-Conscious Cities across the United State may have a lot to learn from San Diego ecological efficiency. Two recent studies ranked America’s Finest City favorably for its implementation of renewable and sustainable programs. The studies, conducted separately by SaveOnEnergy and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, highlight the contribution of local legislation, sustainability programs, […]

02Jun 2017
Housing Inventory Shortage

This article was originally posted by Tino Diaz of RISMedia and can be found HERE It is getting harder and harder for first-time home-buying because the supply of single-family homes has decreased for 21 consecutive months. These limited property listings have raised prices so significantly that first-time homebuyers cannot participate. Why does this matter? Because […]

16May 2017
Chuck Hoffman's Favorite Transaction for the ACI 35th Anniversary

As we have already seen in previous articles in this series, building a strong agent-investor can make all the difference when perfecting a strategy toward financial independence. A broker with a strong working relationship will guide their investor through an evolving portfolio, ultimately resulting in multi-generational wealth. For Chuck Hoffman, ACI President and founding partner, […]

11Apr 2017
Freddie Mac's March 2017 survey indicates that more renters than ever are staying put, even when rents increase.

Despite rising financial confidence, more residents than ever are planning to continue renting for the foreseeable future, even if there is a rent increase says data released Monday in the Freddie Mac “Profile of Today’s Renter Multifamily Renter Research”. Many Won’t Move, Even If Rents Go Up The survey, conducted by the multifamily sector of […]

24Mar 2017
San Diego continues to stand with High Rents, Low Vacancies, and Low Cap Rates

The San Diego region is one of high rents, low vacancies, and low cap rates, so say two reports recently covered by the San Diego Daily Transcript. New data, comparing rent growth number year-over-year found that San Diego rents as of March 2017 had reached $1,748 an increase of nearly 8% from last year. This […]

14Mar 2017
San Diego City Seal as the San Diego Economy booms

January and February showed some definitive signs that there is continued strength in the San Diego economy. From improved credit scores, to rent growth and labor, economy experts from all around the country are leaning on a bright 2017 outlook for the San Diego region. What did their findings suggest? The general consensus seems to […]

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