Construction at long last has started on the more than $200 million resort hotels, and downtown Oceanside is undergoing a renaissance of sorts with more than a dozen projects.
Although many metros have seen a boon of new housing supply this year, recent surveys from RealPage and Yardi Matrix show certain locations, including San Diego, are absorbing their limited new inventory.
San Diego City Council members are set to consider a way to combat housing shortages in the region, preserving existing subsidized rent restrictions.
CoStar’s Joshua Ohl discusses strong fundamentals and above average rent growth in San Diego during the CoStar Group’s San Diego Apartment Overview.
Despite signs of tightening within the multifamily sector, the national rent growth roller-coaster continues to climb, albeit slowly, going into 2018. Although many real estate professionals see this as a sign that property values will soon decrease, any drop right now would likely be extremely shallow, buffered by a lack of supply nationwide. These are […]
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 […]
We continue our look at the CoStar’s State of the U.S. Multifamily Market presentation by digging deeper into the individual multifamily metro markets and how San Diego in particular continues to see record coverage. Discussing multifamily from an individualistic level, Michael Cohan, an industry expert within CoStar, maintains that vacancy in specific tiers of metro […]
In this article for GlobeSt, MPF Research’s Jay Parsons tackles the myths attributed to the housing versus multifamily sectors.