Get a sneak peak at San Diego's economic landscape in 2007 through expert opinions, executive forecasts and regional economic indicators.
WASHINGTON - Most parts of the country managed to enjoy moderate economic growth in the late fall despite troubles in the housing market and the automotive industry.
The San Diego Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) is holding its 19th Annual Forecast Breakfast on today at the Town & Country Resort & Convention Center, Grand Ballroom, in Mission Valley.
Cost segregation is an IRS-approved method of reclassifying components and improvements of a commercial building from real to personal property. This process allows the assets to be depreciated on a five-, seven-, or 15-year schedule instead of the traditional 27.5- or 39-year depreciation schedule of real property. Thus, your current taxable income will be greatly reduced, your cash flow will increase and even better, its retroactive back to 1986. Found cash that belongs to you!
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Despite a tepid and largely cautionary year for the San Diego economy, fueled by a slowdown in the residential real estate market, 2007 is being anticipated with optimism, according to local industry experts and economists.
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) has created a new level of membership: Student Member. This membership was created as a part of IREM headquarters' effort to reach out to college and university students, to introduce them to real estate management as a career choice, and to promote IREM membership as beneficial to their career.
Sam Goldwyn, the famous movie producer, once said, "Never make predictions, especially about the future."
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) has much to offer real estate professionals and property managers. It is IREM's mission statement to provide first-rate education to those involved in the many facets of the management of residential and commercial real estate.
The University of San Diego's Index of Leading Economic Indicators for San Diego County fell 0.6 percent in September, the school announced Thursday.
In this special report, The Daily Transcript and the Institute for Real Estate Management (IREM) explore current economic trends in commercial real estate and provide a forecast of our economy. We'll also provide an inside look at what IREM has to offer local real estate professionals today.