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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...

A controversial 23-acre mixed-use Carmel Valley real estate project got the green light from the San DiegoCity Council, which recently voted to approve the controversial real estate and office building project. The council voted 7-2 to approve the One Paseo project, an ambitious development which calls for...

Real estate in San Diego is off to a mixed start in 2015. Home appreciation increased in January, but the amount of homes for sale in San Diego fell last month. The median price for homes for sale in San Diego was $435,000 last month, up 7.4...

What’s the next big neighborhood on the real estate radar in 2015? Redfin, a Seattle-based real estate company, predicts the El Cerrito neighborhood in San Diego will be the #1 hottest in the country this year. Redfin released its annual list of neighborhoods that it predicts...

Home appreciation slid to a two year-low last month as the median price of homes for sale in San Diego fell to $430,00 in November -- the lowest gains reported since June 2012. Month-to-month, home gains are down but the decline is smaller when compared year-to-year....