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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...

San Diego real estate owners should soon receive their 2014-2015 property tax bills in the mail – and they may be higher than last year’s. Property taxes could spike as much as 20 percent for some San Diego real estate owners this year. The increase is...

California's density bonus laws, which allow builders to build more units than what might otherwise be allowed as long as low-income housing units are set aside, could see a few hiccups in the San Diego real estate market after opponents successfully challenged the law in...

Foreclosures and default notices for real estate in San Diego County continued to fall in May, as home prices rose enough to allow homeowners in trouble to sell. In May, banks foreclosed on 141 properties in the county, according to figures released by real estate tracking...

Just how big is the San Diego real estate market? Try $433.4 billion, according to figures from the San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk's office. It pegged that figure based on the county's assessed values of nearly 985,000 taxable properties at the beginning of 2014, according to San Diego...

The market for apartment real estate in San Diego is heating up, yet another strong sign of the area's resurging housing market. Apartment vacancies are at a 12-year low in the county – down 2.8 percent. That means that tenants looking for apartments would only find...

Prices of homes for sale in San Diego rose to an all-time post-recession high in March, but are now starting to show signs of a slowdown after large appreciation gains and an investment-fueled real estate market that dominated 2013. The S&P Case-Shiller Index, which tracks repeat...

Foreclosures in San Diego County spiked in April, but still remain well below record-high foreclosures reported during the San Diego real estate downturn. Banks repossessed 162 homes in San Diego County in April – 20 more than in March, according to foreclosure statistics from real estate...

Get ready for property tax sticker shock: More than 200,000 owners of real estate in San Diego County could see their property taxes jump 10 to 20 percent this year, according to a new state report. The higher tax bills are no doubt bittersweet: San Diego...

The international real estate investment market may have cooled, but the purchase of luxury real estate in San Diego by foreign investors is still red hot. International buyers are still very active purchasers of real estate in La Jolla, Carmel Valley, Del Mar, La Jolla, Rancho...