San Diego

August 13, 2012 - 11:54 AM
Those looking at real estate in San Diego can rest assured the inventory of homes for sale is on the rise. CNNMoney recently reported that in June, housing construction starts went up by 6.9 percent nationwide, making the annual rate the highest it has been in four years, at 760,000. Local newspaper the La Read More

Surge in San Diego new home construction

Those looking at real estate in San Diego can rest assured the inventory of homes for sale is on the rise.

August 9, 2012 - 4:45 PM
Those looking at MLS listings in San Diego and considering a move to the sunny city by the sea may find Christopher Reynolds' recent article in the Los Angeles Times to be particularly useful as they explore the city. Reynolds detailed all the perks of the sprawling city for those who may not be familiar Read More

Multi-faceted San Diego

Those looking at MLS listings in San Diego and considering a move to the sunny city by the sea may find Christopher Reynolds' recent article in the Los Angeles Times to be particularly useful as they explore the city.

August 6, 2012 - 10:40 AM
A recent article in the San Diego Union-Times said the NewSchool of Architecture and Design's landscape architecture program head, Leslie Ryan, is on a "crusade" to transform the city's streets into shady, tree-lined havens and reduce car use. Those looking at real estate in San Diego can Read More

Walkable San Diego and urban trees

A recent article in the San Diego Union-Times said the NewSchool of Architecture and Design's landscape architecture program head, Leslie Ryan, is on a "crusade" to transform the city's streets into shady, tree-lined havens and reduce car use.

August 6, 2012 - 10:35 AM
People looking to move to an especially tolerant city can look at real estate in San Diego. San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos was recently named the most tolerant metro area in the country by prominent author Richard Florida, who based his rankings on three key variables. The ranking system was developed by the Read More

San Diego most tolerant metro in the US

People looking to move to an especially tolerant city can look at real estate in San Diego.

August 6, 2012 - 10:23 AM
The San Diego Union-Times recently reported that the Greater Works Empowerment Center will be initiating a program to develop safe zones to keep children protected as they walk to and from schools in the southeast area of San Diego. Those who have children and are looking at real estate in San Diego could Read More

Safety first for San Diego schools

The San Diego Union-Times recently reported that the Greater Works Empowerment Center will be initiating a program to develop safe zones to keep children protected as they walk to and from schools in the southeast area of San Diego.

July 31, 2012 - 6:53 PM
A recently published Wall Street Journal article revealed that San Diego home prices are finally beginning to rise and the inventory of homes for sale in San Diego is beginning to diminish. The San Diego Union-Times reported that these are both indicators that the local housing market is now heading in the Read More

Real estate market hints at a bright future for San Diego

A recently published Wall Street Journal article revealed that San Diego home prices are finally beginning to rise and the inventory of homes for sale in San Diego is beginning to diminish.

July 31, 2012 - 6:48 PM
Multiple recent reports indicate that San Diego is making considerable positive steps to address both the overall issue of homelessness in the area and reach out to help individuals who are struggling. These initiatives promise to raise the overall quality of life in the city and point to the values of the Read More

Solutions for homelessness in San Diego

Multiple recent reports indicate that San Diego is making considerable positive steps to address both the overall issue of homelessness in the area and reach out to help individuals who are struggling.

July 27, 2012 - 5:35 PM
A recent NBC San Diego report revealed that the San Diego Unified School District board has unanimously approved a $2.8 billion bond measure for the upcoming November ballot. This means that San Diego voters now have a decision to make as to whether or not they will pay more property taxes to fund the Read More

San Diego voters mull property tax issue

A recent NBC San Diego report revealed that the San Diego Unified School District board has unanimously approved a $2.8 billion bond measure for the upcoming November ballot.

July 24, 2012 - 2:53 PM
A significant corner for real estate in San Diego county last quarter was turned as foreclosure levels plunged 25.3 percent, according to the San Diego Union Tribune. With the country hoping for foreclosures to drop as a barometer for overall economic recovery, these numbers prove positive for those in real Read More

Foreclosures are freefalling in San Diego

With less default and foreclosures in the community, San Diegans feel optimistic about the future of the housing market

July 19, 2012 - 2:56 PM
Real estate in San Diego hit a boom last month, according to local NBC affiliate KNSD. In a sixth straight month of annual growth, June sales rose dramatically in the coastal areas of the city with 22,075 homes sold, which is up 7.5 percent from last year. With the economy improving in Southern California Read More

Home sales are up in San Diego

The time to buy is now, indicated by a 9.1 percent increase in home sales for June

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