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Number of Renters Reaches Record Highs

Reasons Include Debt, Demographics And, Sometimes, ChoiceAs the second decade of the 21st century comes to an end, the profile of the San Diego County housing market has shifted significantly over the past decade, according to a report from a national real estate listing company.

Exec Q&A: Eric Hepfer, Managing Director, Hines

Eric Hepfer, Managing Director at Hines, touches on topics such as the River Walk project in Mission Valley

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Solana Beach Project Plans Both to Standout and Fit In

Property: Mixed-Use Brings New Product, Preserves Views

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CRE Awards Recognize Real Estate’s Best

Event will honor Stath Karras with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Real estate all-star Stath Karras will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at SDBJ's Commercial Real Estate Awards, February 26th, 2020. Purchase tickets today!

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Pathfinder Partners Sells Temecula Centers For $26.1M

Centers are next to each other

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Housing Prices Are Not Moving Toward Affordability

Would-Be Buyers Face Prices That Keep Climbing

Carlsbad Office Campus Sold For $15.8M

Campus has two buildings

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Escondido Apartments Sold For $8.3M

Complex has 37 apartments Photo courtesy of Marcus & Millichap

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1922 La Mesa Building Sold For $2.1M

Ground floor retail to be renovated for restaurant

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College Area Apartments Sold For Nearly $3M

Complex was built in 1976

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Pacific Beach Apartment Complex Sold For $2.7M

Complex was built in 1970

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Dvele Homes To Be Self-Powered

Modular homes combine solar power and battery storage

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PacLofts Building Sold For $7.4M

Building was renovated in 2017

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Hillcrest Mixed-use Building Sold For $13.3M

Building includes three restaurants

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Retail Remains Strong In 2019 and Is Expected To Continue in 2020

Specialty Grocers, Boutique Fitness/Health Clubs, And Off-price Retailers Move In

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La Jolla Apartment Building Sold For $3.1M

Property could be redeveloped as townhomes or condominiums

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