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​Office: Thunder Seo has leased 5,800 square feet of office space in the 23,000-square-foot office building at 6863 Friars Road, San Diego 92108, from Destiny Real Estate LLC. The property was leased for 64 months at $581,410.

The Oceanside Economic Development Commission this month approved a $1.5 million land sale to SD Malkin Properties for a two-hotel resort. This and an expected $13.5 million city subsidy will take the project closer to fruition — although financing is still being worked out.

A state Assembly bill that would allow employees to file wage liens against commercial and some residential property is moving through the state Legislature, but AB 2416 won't be approved without a fight.

The July housing market saw a slight dip in detached median prices from June, though still up from July 2013, but a significant decrease in the number of units sold from a year ago for both detached and attached homes. Single-family attached sold units were slightly higher than last month.

A unit of San Diego's Brixton Capital, a private investment firm affiliated with San Diego-based Westcore Properties, has acquired the roughly 175,000-square-foot Redlands Mall development in Redlands for an undisclosed sum.

The 8,400-square-foot former Beach House restaurant building on a 35,000-square-foot oceanfront lot at 2530 Highway 101, Encinitas 92007, has been sold for $6.5 million.

(AP) -- Rain unleashed mudslides on land left bare by wildfires, washing down hillsides and damaging homes and closing highways in north central Washington.

Escondido’s Realty Income (NYSE: O) announced its 530th consecutive common stock dividend -- amounting to 18.3 cents per share, or an annualized $2.19 per share -- after trading closed on Thursday night, as well as issuing dividends on its Class E and Class F preferred stock.

The 10-unit apartment in University Heights at 4550-4554 Idaho St., San Diego 92116, has been sold for $1.8 million.

The approximately 1,381-square-foot, three-bedroom/two-bathroom house on an 11,700-square-foot lot at 810 Hygeia Ave., Encinitas 92024, and an adjacent, vacant 12,200-square-foot lot have been sold for $1,388,000, cash.

The approximately 2,200-square-foot, three-unit apartment at 1544-1548 Fifth Ave., San Diego 92101, the 3,064-square-foot commercial building at 1552-1558 Fifth Ave. and an adjacent 2,500-square-foot parking lot, have been sold for $1.1 million. The two-story apartment and the one-story commercial building were built in downtown San Diego in 1940. The three properties total 10,000 square feet.

LOS ANGELES – In San Diego County, the July median price for an existing single-family home was $523,070, down 1.6 percent from June but 8.1 percent higher than a year ago.

(Bloomberg) -- Countrywide Financial Corp. co-founder Angelo Mozilo hasn't entirely escaped prosecutors’ wrath for his company’s risky lending.

The approximately 32,103-square-foot building at 13915 Danielson St., Poway 92064, has been sold for $3,412,500, cash.

The 2,007-square-foot office condominium in the Hillside Professional Office complex in Mission Valley at 2221 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego 92108, has been sold for $460,000, cash.

Lee Suryani and Bo Gibbons, of Pacific Coast Commercial, represented the buyer of Oceanview Plaza, the 25,386-square-foot medical office building at 2420 Vista Way in Oceanside, and an adjacent 41,818-square-foot vacant lot fronting on Ivy Road, for $5,925,000.

A time traveler of today visiting the Coronado of six decades ago would see two businesses still in operation just a few blocks from each other: the Hotel del Coronado and Lee Mather Co. Realtors.

A 349-unit apartment project in Pomona that had been under construction for 14 months has been completed, according to a release from builder Wermers Multi-Family Corp. of San Diego.

Given the depletion of distressed homes on the market, investors are changing their strategy and are moving away from purchasing homes in more popular, urban areas in favor of more rural areas of the state where better deals can be found, according to a California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) investor survey.

(AP) -- Members of three Northern California Indian tribes rallied outside a federal water agency office in Sacramento to demand more water be released from reservoirs to prevent the spread of a parasite among salmon returning to the Klamath River to spawn.

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