San Diego has a bigger percentage of million-dollar homes than New York City

A survey by LendingTree looked at metropolitan areas with growing numbers of million-dollar homes.  BY PHILLIP MOLNAR, San Diego Union Tribune JULY 5, 2022 2:33 PM PT  A San Diego home for $1 million might seem commonplace now, but it is rare for the rest of the nation.  Just 4.71 percent of all owner-occupied homes in the […]

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The Dairies of Mission Valley

When we look at Mission Valley today, and with Civita building out approximately 5000 homes, it’s fun to look back to another time in its history. Many native San Diegan’s remember those days so well often telling stories that should not be forgotten. Article By: San Diego Yesterday The dairy industry was once big business […]

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Two Reasons Why Today’s Housing Market Isn’t a Bubble

You may be reading headlines and hearing talk about a potential housing bubble or a crash, but it’s important to understand that the data and expert opinions tell a different story. A recent survey from Pulsenomics asked over one hundred housing market experts and real estate economists if they believe the housing market is in a bubble. The results indicate […]

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More Americans Choose Real Estate as the Best Investment Than Ever Before

Americans’ opinion on the value of real estate as an investment is climbing. That’s according to an annual survey from Gallup. Not only is real estate viewed as the best investment for the ninth year in a row, but more Americans selected it than ever before. The graph below shows the results of the survey since Gallup began asking the […]

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1920’s Art Deco

BY GERARD SPLENDORE – INMAN American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and not so good, housing styles have adapted out of necessity.   In this new series, I will walk you through […]

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