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The homeownership rate for young adults has been on the decline, and real estate experts in Southern California have conflicting opinions on why that may be and whether the trend will hold.

The commercial real estate industry has sounded the alarm with a simple message to Congress: Hands off the 1031 exchange.

The Vista City Council has decided to delay taking any action on a prominent vacant lot in the city center until after updates to its Downtown Specific Plan, including possible changes to the parking requirements, are approved sometime next year.

The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's annual December conference has been postponed.

The lowest mortgage rates in 18 months failed to spark the California housing market in October, as sales stayed flat and home prices increased at the slowest pace since early 2012, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) said this week.

(AP) -- The federal government is doubling the number of American Indian communities involved in a $1.9 billion tribal lands consolidation program.

The approximately 19,636-square-foot Village Gateway Executive Center at 2333 State St., Carlsbad 92008, has been sold for $4.85 million, cash.

The 22,911-square-foot office building in Scripps Ranch at 10174 Old Grove Road, San Diego 92131, has been sold for $3.1 million.


Cities are essentially unfinished projects, for there is always something missing; in order to be complete, they must be living, working, moving, thriving communities, according to Reconnecting America’s framework, and allow for live-work-play.

Single-family detached housing prices were down and single-family attached prices were mixed in October compared to September, as were the volume of homes sold and affordability, according to the North San Diego County Association of Realtors’ HomeDex Report.

(AP) -- Billionaire Donald Bren has donated 2,500 acres of land to Orange County to be preserved as open space.

San Diego's BioMed Realty Trust Inc. (NYSE: BMR) and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard announced a strategic partnership to foster innovation and promote relationships between academia and the life science industry.

The 295-unit Lakefront Mobile Home Park at 9395 Harritt Road, Lakeside 92040, has been sold for $28,718,000. The park occupies 38.8 acres on the south side of Lake Jennings.

Retail: Tofu House has leased a free-standing 2,711-square-foot retail building at 9089 Mira Mesa Blvd., San Diego, 92126, from Mesa Shopping Center LLC. The property, leased for 144 months at $1.31 million, will be used for a restaurant specializing in Korean barbecue and tofu dishes.

One of the fascinating aspects of the new Health Sciences Biomedical Research Facility II at the University of California, San Diego is that it was designed and constructed to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. This is a hefty feat for any building, let alone a 196,000-square-foot research facility. But UCSD is on track to receive this acknowledgement in the next several weeks.

For years after its 1987 decommissioning, the old San Diego Police Department headquarters on Harbor Drive sat as a historic piece of the city without a clear future. But it wasn't until the recent project of Terramar Retail Centers, to not only open the space up for new uses but to also open the doors to a part of San Diego's past, that the public had its first real chance to explore what each side of the law-and-order spec

If the last time you looked at the four-story building on Upas Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues in Hillcrest was more than a few months ago, stroll over there and take another look. The structure's still there, so what's there to look at, you say? Exactly.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego continues to progress with its multimillion dollar renovation as it reinvents the 32nd floor, located within the hotel’s Seaport Tower.


Sales stayed flat and home prices increased at the slowest pace since early 2012 in October, according to new data from the California Association of Realtors. Low mortgage rates -- the lowest in 18 months -- failed to spark the state’s housing market, CAR noted.

Against a staff recommendation, the California Coastal Commission ruled on a 7-4 vote last week that the Navy's proposed 1.5 million-square-foot Coastal Complex on the Silver Strand is consistent with the state's Coastal Act.

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