San Diego Economic

15Mar 2022

Market Still Hasn’t Recovered All Its Jobs Lost Amid the Pandemic San Diego’s unemployment rate rose to 4.7% in January, up from a revised 4.1% in December, according to the latest report issued by the State of California’s Employment Development Department. That figure still compares favorably to California’s unadjusted 5.5% unemployment rate. The report also […]

08Feb 2022

The precedent set in the case could have implications for builders across California. A court case involving a new apartment complex going up in Bankers Hill might have statewide implications for builders that include subsidized units in their projects. A state appeals court ruled last month that the new luxury 525 Olive building overlooking Balboa […]

01Mar 2021

Measure Caps Properties Available Through Booking Sites To Ease Disputes, Boost Affordable Housing San Diego officials approved a licensing program intended to cap properties available for short-term vacation rentals on sites such as Airbnb at 1% of overall housing inventory. San Diego City Council has approved a licensing system for short-term vacation rentals hosted on […]

22Feb 2021

By utilizing a State of Emergency declaration, the San Diego City Council recently voted to extend eviction moratoriums for renters affected by COVID-19. At the same time, Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation SB-91 to extend state wide eviction moratoriums. Read Coverage of The Legislation What does this mean for property owners? Below is a brief summary, or click HERE for a […]

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