Who would have thought that this summer, with the number of COVID-19 cases surging and new rounds of restrictions and shutdowns, would yield one of the most competitive housing markets in recent memory? Nonetheless, home prices have hit
Although California’s economy began to reopen in May, San Diego is in a precarious position. Responding to record-high unemployment, San Diego’s city council extended its eviction moratorium by an additional month, now set to lapse at the end of
Mortgage rates keep rewriting the record books. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages dropped last week to a new low in its survey that goes back nearly 50 years — and it’s the fourth
Anyone who’s planning to buy a home, or thinking about refinancing the loan on their current abode, has probably been giving mortgage interest rates a lot of attention—and getting frustrated as they fluctuate up and down.
Rental demand paces elevated construction. San Diego County represented a model of consistency over the past five years as rental demand matched supply growth, preserving tight conditions. The metro’s diversified economy, highlighted by a blend of tech firms, research
The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Many Americans Rethinking The Kind Of Lifestyle They Want. Apartment Living In Central, Densely Populated Urban Areas Is Losing Its Appeal As Residents Are Subject To Building Restrictions And Risk Coming Into Contact With People Infected