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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 […]

03Mar 2017
CoStar State of the Multifamily Market

Despite evidence of a national cool down in the multifamily market, 2016 continued a trend of vacancy contraction in the San Diego region so said experts during the State of the U.S. Multifamily Market review and forecast webinar. Hosted by CoStar Group, the presentation brought together three multifamily experts to discuss the current and future […]

28Feb 2017
4438 56th Street

Arby Eivazian of ACI takes a look back at his sale of 4438 56th Street in the College Area neighborhood of San Diego. For ACI’s 35th Anniversary, we continue our look at some of the favorite transactions of current brokers and agents. After flashing back to the early 1990’s to cover a transaction by Dave Savage, it […]

14Feb 2017
Uptown San Diego, a location where housing scarcity may hit hardest.

Has San Diego reached a cross-road for addressing housing scarcity? This is the question by Andrew Keatts in a recent article for Voice of San Diego. The piece, titled “A New Approach on Housing: Forge Density”, offers a stark realization that San Diego residents and politicians debate the merits of density projects without considering building […]