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Don't expect the price of rentals in San Diego to come down anytime soon. San Diegans spent $9.4 billion on rent last year -- a 3 percent increase from 2014, according to a study by Zillow. Residents forked over a pretty penny, but they did not spend the most:...

Development in downtown San Diego is booming. The area is now home to a growing resurgence as more luxury condos in San Diego, new hotels, office towers, high-end boutiques, upscale restaurants spring up and construction cranes dot the downtown skyline. The developments are a marked change from downtown's...

2015 was a good year for San Diego real estate. Figures released last week show that San Diego home prices increased 6.2 percent over the last 12 months. Real estate in San Diego beat national averages, outpacing national rates of 5.2 percent annual growth, according to the...

The forecast for home sales in 2016 predicts flat growth -- home sales are predicted to barely rise next year -- but growing demand for San Diego real estate might ease some market pains. National Association of Realtors' Chief Economist Lawrence Yun predicted 5.4 million homes will be...

Beating national averages, the price of San Diego homes for sale rose 6.6 percent for the year ending in September, according to the most recent figures released by a leading national home index. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index found the San Diego real estate market beat...

Strong activity from buyers reeling from higher home prices in Central San Diego are boosting home values in eastern and southern areas of the county. There, median price sales rose 9.3 percent from October 2014 to October 2015 --- the fastest-growing sub-region in the county in...