Read about some of the major real estate players in San Diego as we profile individual leaders in commercial and residential markets.

  • Reno Contracting breaks ground for new veterans clinic in Oceanside

    San Diego-based Reno Contracting has broken ground on a new Veterans Affairs clinic, located in the Seagate Corporate Center in Oceanside. The clinic will offer veterans primary care, mental health, dental, optometry, orthopedics and compensation and pension evaluation services, among others.

  • Brookfield Homes expands online presence with new blog

    Steve Doyle, president of the San Diego division of Brookfield Homes, has launched his official blog site, Steve's Blog, as part of the company's new Web site, www.ExpectMoreInAHome.com.

  • Forward-thinking water-saving features earn Del Sur statewide recognition

    California water leaders came together recently and did something they've never done before: recognize the water conservation efforts of a private development. Del Sur (www.delsurliving.com), a smart-growth master-planned community located in the northern part of the city of San Diego, was honored in November during California Water Policy 18, a statewide conference convened by POWER, the Public Officials for Water and Environmental Reform.

  • Groundbreaking set for Village Community Presbyterian Church in Rancho Santa Fe

    The Village Community Presbyterian Church in Rancho Santa Fe broke ground on its church campus expansion project Dec. 7.

  • Voit Commercial Brokerage continues to grow team

    Voit is an industry leader in the commercial real estate marketplace in San Diego, and continues to grow its exceptional team with seasoned professionals, allowing the firm to provide specialized services for companies with a wide range of real estate needs.

  • 'Tis the season to be thankful

    As we come to the end of another year, and reflect back over our 41-year history, SB&O is embracing the "Spirit of the Season" and thanking those that have made our success possible.

  • Trigild appointed reciever for eight residential projects

    Trigild, a distressed property management, loan recovery and real estate receivership specialist headquartered in San Diego, has been appointed receiver for eight residential and hospitality projects -- in Seattle, Fresno, Pensacola, Tucson, Phoenix, Sacramento and Chicago -- representing more than $125 million in defaulted mortgages.

  • Real estate forecast for 2009: Year of the short sale

    The coming year for San Diego real estate heralds some good news, bad news, opportunities, patience and a giant reality check, according to Matt Battiata, a Realtor who recently launched the San Diego Mortgage Helpline, www.SanDiegoMortgageHelpline.com. The free service allows homeowners to get objective, accurate information from experienced counselors on a variety of issues including loan modifications, short sales, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, bankruptcy and foreclosure.

  • Sale-leasebacks rise in popularity as corporations seek alternative financing sources

    The global credit crunch has had wide-reaching and varying effects on global markets, in some instances shrinking the availability of capital not only for funding corporate growth, but also for refinancing existing corporate debt.

  • Mortgage applications surged by a record last week, driven by refinancing

    WASHINGTON -- Mortgage applications in the U.S. surged by a record last week as lending rates plunged after the Federal Reserve pledged to buy mortgage-backed debt.

  • Gay/lesbian market has strong buying power in real estate

    Ask 30-year real estate professional Patrick Lynn what kind of impact the gay, lesbian and bisexual community has on the greater San Diego real estate market and he'll tell you it's just the same as any other group, except that it has strong buying power.

  • Smaller mortgage lenders see opportunity

    As many of the biggest U.S. banks continue to pare back their mortgage lending, some smaller financial institutions see global financial turmoil as an opportunity to pick up market share.

  • Construction to begin on Mental Health Services facility in 2009

    Construction for Cedar Gateway, the first housing unit to be built using California's Proposition 63 funds, is slated to begin in April after it completes the permitting process in the next few months.

  • Commercial property sales value to fall 70% in 2008, Reis says

    NEW YORK -- The value of U.S. commercial real estate sales this year will fall to $142 billion, 70 percent less than last year's record $467 billion, as the economy slows and borrowing costs rise, according to Reis Inc., a New York-based real estate research firm.

  • Agents, brokers get active in loan mods

    A growing number of real estate professionals are putting their expertise in dealing with lenders to work in helping troubled borrowers avoid foreclosure by negotiating loan modifications or short sales.

  • Banks bail on company credit lines, leaving homebuilders high and dry

    Innovative Communities is going under, and Barratt is teetering, but Dobron and Pattinson vow to save other homebuilders.

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