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The San Diego City Council approved the controversial One Paseo Project, which is expected to pave the way for more housing, retail and office San Diego real estate projects as development pushes further out. One Paseo had been stalled for years amid scaled back plans and mounting criticism of the massive office,...

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...

After years of heavy community opposition and backlash, developers of the  proposed $1 billion One Paseo Carmel Valley real estate project recently unveiled a downsized plan to build homes, retail stores and office space. The new, smaller development would include about 25 percent less total development...

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...

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...

The record breaking pace of luxury homes for sale in San Diego helped the region climb to the #5 spot in the country for million-dollar-plus home sales during the third quarter, according to a real estate report by Redfin. Redfin data found 293 residential sales were...

The median price of a home for sale in San Diego fell to $440,000 last month, down from $445,000 in September, according to CoreLogic DataQuick real estate figures. While median prices in San Diego County have fallen, yearly appreciation has not. It increased from 5.5...

The future of a proposed $1 billion, 23-acre mixed-use Carmel Valley real estate development is uncertain after community leaders overwhelmingly rejected the project. The Carmel Valley Planning Group voted 11-2 against the One Paseo project, after a recent three-hour public hearing. The group’s vote is only...