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  • StepStone Real Estate Services awarded The Shops at La Jolla contract

    StepStone Real Estate Services, a local commercial real estate asset management firm, has been awarded the property management contract for The Shops at La Jolla Village, located at Interstate 5 and Nobel Drive in La Jolla.

  • Colliers International accelerates success in 2012; onward into 2013

    Amid the many challenges and economic uncertainties globally, nationally and within San Diego County, many companies have remained on the sidelines or proceeded to move at a slower and guarded pace. However, Colliers International continued to forge ahead in 2012 to meet, and often eclipse, the challenges presented by the recessionary economy with a persistent and enterprising spirit.

  • Superstorm Sandy delivers heavy blow to US economy

    WASHINGTON — Superstorm Sandy packed a bigger economic punch than most people had thought.

  • Rate on US 30-year mortgage ticks up to 3.32 pct.

    WASHINGTON — Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages stayed close to record lows this week, a trend that has made home buying more affordable and helped the housing market recover.

  • US builders boost spending 1.4 percent in October

    WASHINGTON — U.S. builders increased their spending on construction projects in October by the largest amount in five months, led by a surge in housing.

  • ACRE Investment Real Estate Services

    ACRE Investment Real Estate Services was established with overall interest to bring something unique to the real estate industry. The sentiment was, and continues to be, to provide clients with a boutique, personalized, client-friendly firm specializing in multifamily acquisitions and dispositions.

  • US home prices rise in October by most in 6 years

    WASHINGTON — A measure of U.S. home prices rose 6.3 percent in October compared with a year ago, the largest yearly gain since July 2006. The jump adds to signs of a comeback in the once-battered housing market.

  • San Diego industrial market is ahead of the game

    San Diego experienced a significant decrease in vacancy (over one half of a percent) to finish at 8.9 percent in the third quarter of 2012, compared to 10.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011. This success can be attributed to the limited land supply and lack of large blocks of space available in San Diego, and provides significant benefits and opportunities for industrial ownership. While the land surplus is being developed for office space or other commercial real estate uses, the already limited supply of industrial product will experience an increase in rents, a decrease in tenant concessions, a continued increase in demand and a decrease in supply.

  • Day after desal decision, financing plans moving forward

    The decision of the San Diego County Water Authority’s board of directors to approve on Thursday a 30-year water purchase agreement between it and Poseidon Resources, is having an effect.

  • Horton Plaza project groundbreaking held

    With a large excavator just a few feet to his side, former San Diego Mayor and California Gov. Pete Wilson helped usher in a new era for Horton Plaza as he and the planners of the new Horton Plaza development project held a ceremonial groundbreaking in downtown San Diego Thursday.

  • Banks, homeowners prefer short sales over foreclosures

    Short sales remain the better choice over foreclosures for both banks and homeowners, and local real estate experts believe the number will continue to increase, unless the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act is not extended.

  • Community gardens advance, despite challenges

    The local community garden movement got a boost earlier this month with the California Coastal Commission's approval to permit the plots in both commercial and residential areas.

  • Year's biggest deal in Chula Vista tops troubled office market

    In what has been billed as the largest office property sale in Chula Vista so far this year, an owner/user has purchased an 87,000-square-foot office building in the EastLake Business Center.

  • 15th & Market Apartments under way in East Village

    A Vancouver, Wash.-based developer has broken ground on the 242-unit apartment complex called 15th and Market -- just one of several apartment projects under way in the East Village.

  • Demand for design services in West rises for 3rd straight month

    The Architecture Billings Index dipped slightly in the West, but demand for design services is still increasing, according to the latest report by the American Institute of Architects released on Wednesday.

  • Westfield UTC's $180 million makeover complete

    Residents of La Jolla and regular visitors to Westfield UTC mall can now enjoy a new shopping, dining and entertainment experience, as its $180 million makeover is now complete.

  • La Jolla commercial real estate activity picks up

    With several completed transactions and more commercial properties in escrow, sales activity in the village of La Jolla is finally beginning to pick up.

  • Health care REITs foresee strong demand for properties

    With an aging baby boomer population and the new health care law, demand for medical office buildings, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities will continue to grow, said CEOs of three of the nation’s largest health care REITs.

  • Distribution center at Lindbergh Field complete

    With a celebratory ribbon-cutting at its new Receiving and Distribution Center Wednesday, San Diego International Airport officially completed the first project in its history to utilize a public-private partnership.

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Perry Dealy on real estate development in SD

Nov. 29, 2012 -- George Chamberlin and Perry Dealy, president and CEO of Dealy Development, talk about San Diego's commercial real estate industry and what's coming down the road.

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