Real estate in San Diego is predicted to remain strong in 2015, as demand continues for homes for sale in San Diego.

San Diego real estate the least affordable in the U.S., study says

San Diego real estate is the most unaffordable city in the U.S. to own a home, according to a recent study by Realtor.com. The study found San Diegans’  incomes make it unaffordable for many of them to buy homes. In more than 90 percent of zip codes in the county, less than half of residents can afford to own a…

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Report: Improving economy, more construction could strengthen San Diego real estate

A brighter jobs outlook and a boost in the construction industry is setting records — and could mean even more positive news for the improving San Diego real estate market. The Real Estate’s Index of Leading Economic Indicators at the University of San Diego Burnham-Moores Center found a 1.4 percent increase in January — the first time all the indicators…

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San Diego Real Estate Improves in February

The San Diego real estate market keeps looking better and better. The pace of home appreciation and median prices both increased in February, according to the most recent figures released last week by real estate tracking firm CoreLogic Data Quick. The median price for a home sold in the county was $440,000 in February, up 7.3 percent from Feb. 2013….

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New Bankers Hill condos could set a record for San Diego real estate

A new plan to build a 13-story luxury condo development in Bankers Hill with units costing more than $1,000 per square foot could set a record for San Diego real estate. The condos are expected to range from 1,500 to 4,950 square feet and cost $1.5 million and $3 million and up. At that price tag, the multi-million dollar units…

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New homes for sale in San Diego are being built at record numbers.

Construction projects in San Diego up nearly 70 percent

San Diego’s skyline could soon become dotted with more construction cranes. The amount of future construction contracts increased 69 percent in January compared to one year ago, according to estimates from Dodge Data & Analytics. The amount of future construction projects is estimated at $301.6 million. Those numbers are expected to provide a big boost to real estate in San…

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