As local, state and federal governments continue to raise and impose new taxes and permit fees, they make it harder for families – especially low-income families – to save for a home.
Right now, home price-to-income and home price-to-rent ratios are telling us that – bidding wars notwithstanding — there is no bubble to be seen in San Diego housing.
It’s best to compare the new lease not to the old one but to what it could have gotten if it had stayed.
The school district had previously agreed to sell the Mission Beach Center for $16.5 million.
As it scrambles to sell off assets to close its budget deficit, the county’s largest school district is crafting poor deals and botching great ones, local real estate experts say.
North Coast Repertory Theatre’s search for a new location might take it to the controversial Carmel Valley project.
Local districts seeking new bond money from taxpayers have rushed to pass resolutions saying they won’t take out politically toxic capital appreciation loans.
Housing supply is the lowest it’s been in years — and home prices are rising as an apparent result.
A brewery built in Barrio Logan after Prohibition contained bright murals and colorful windows, furniture and even ceiling beams. The property is now a parking lot, and the art’s been sitting in storage for more than two decades.
San Diego homes continued their well-entrenched trend of falling in price in January, but the low level of available inventory has the potential to turn prices around in the months ahead.