Podcasts

Micro Units
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about a new multi-family project in North Park that is all micro units.The units will be between 400 and 600 square feet and the building will have some amenities for tenants but limited parking.The project sits in an "L" shape around the famous San Diego Chickens Pot P...
San Diego is losing money on expired leases
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about a new audit that does not look favorable on the way the City of San Diego handles its Real Estate assets.Nearly 25% of the City's leases are expired. This means the City is not renegotiating those leases at current market rents which is depriving the City of additional ...
A new Vision for Seaport Village
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about a new look for Seaport Village.At a estimated cost of $3.5 Billion the project promise to bring new life to the area with new hotels, shops, restaurants, offices, docks ,a beach and more.The developer is 1HWY1 run by Yehudi Gaffen, along with Jeff Jacobs of the Jacobs famil...
New luxury apartments come to San Diego
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we look at the new development located at 525 Olive in Bankers Hills.The development project is one of the tallest towers now located in the Balboa Park area and faced a lot of community opposition.Its a luxury project consisting of studios, 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms and one penthouse suite...
Home ownership is no longer a reality for most people
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about why owning a home is becoming more and more a dream for most Americans.Throughout the Nation there isn't enough homes for sale to keep up with demand.This is especially true in San Diego where the average home price is getting closer to a million.Today we speculate on w...
Company comes under fire for not pulling permits for home renovations
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about an accusation against a large home leaser that claims they never pulled required permits for renovation projects.There has been a whistleblower lawsuit filed against the company Invitation Homes by none other than Neil Senturia the husband of former City Council member Barb...
New housing incentive package
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about the recently approved housing incentive package by Mayor Todd Gloria called "Home for All of Us".The new package focuses of ADUs or "granny flats" as people often call them. It makes adding ADUs more accessible for homeowners and the hope is that additio...
Vacation Rental Update
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we have some good news for owners of vacation rentals.There is a delayed start to the short-term rental regulations.The Coastal Commission will have to approve the already voted on new regulations.This might not happen until the end of the year.The issue is that the Coastal Commission ha...
Homebuilding is gaining traction
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we talk about the rise in home building that has happened over the last year.Zoning laws, NIMBYism and the slow City processes have all contributed to a lack of housing.For the first time in many years home building is gaining traction.Nearly half of the permits pulled were to build apar...
Mission Bay Makeover
Today on the Southern California Real Estate Report we are talking about a plan to restore marshland in Mission Bay.The area of Mission Bay Todd Gloria wants to improve the marshland area of, is on the Northeast. It is where the golf course and camping area are located.The article referenced is from the Union Tribune titled "New Miss...

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