Tag Archives: vacancy rate

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 […]

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 […]

It hasn’t been this hard to find an apartment in San Diego County in a dozen years. The San Diego County Apartment Association reported Tuesday that the apartment vacancy rate in the county is down to 2.8 percent. That means if you’re looking for a place to rent, only 2.8 percent of the units would […]