Southern California Real Estate and Neighborhoods

Inland Empire

Big Drop in New Construction in Southern California With San Diego Leading the Way

Big Drop in New Construction in Southern California With San Diego Leading the Way

Permits for new construction is down 10% from last year in Southern California. Only two counties saw increases in the number of permits pulled. San Bernardino saw increase of 7% and Riverside, 27 %.

Two So Cal Malls Struggle to Retool In New Retail Environment

Two So Cal Malls Struggle to Retool In New Retail Environment

Brick and mortar retailers have struggled with the rise of online retailers and malls, being dependent on retail, have taken a hit as well. As a result, malls looking for ways to expand in ways that are less dependent on retailers.

Inland Empire Renters Feel the Squeeze of Stagnating Incomes and Rising Rents

Inland Empire Renters Feel the Squeeze of Stagnating Incomes and Rising Rents

Like most of Southern California, the Inland Empire is in bad need of housing. While many people consider the area a rather affordable, if not attractive, place to live, renters have actually experienced declining incomes and rapidly rising rents over the past 15 years.

Southern California Housing Creation Picks Up the Pace

Southern California Housing Creation Picks Up the Pace

While Southern California is still not creating enough housing to make a dent in the housing crisis, the pace of housing creation has increased.

81 SFR’s Coming to hat Lake Elsinore

81 SFR’s Coming to hat Lake Elsinore

In news sure to make sprawl loving Joel Kotkin’s heart sing, DR Horton has finally been approved to proceed with its 24 acre project that has been delayed since the real estate bubble burst 10 years ago.