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Home Buying Is Dialed Down

San Diego’s residential real estate market for single family homes is cooling down, with some brokers reporting that homes are taking longer to sell than they did just a few months ago and rising mortgage rates are putting a crimp on sales.

Fallbrook Apartment Complex Sold For $6.9M

Complex has 48 apartments

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With Trade Path Cleared, Cos. Partner for Otay Industrial Park

Intense demand for industrial property has drawn the return of a player to the South County industrial market — Majestic Realty Co.

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MG Properties Acquires San Marcos Apartment Complex

Complex includes 416 apartments.

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Sorrento Mesa Office Complex Sold For $20.4M

Complex was renovated in 2016

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Azalea Park Apartments Sold For $2M

Complex has 10 apartments.

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Talmadge Apartments Sold For $2.3M

Building was renovated in 2016.

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Planet Home Lending Opens in Chula Vista

Connecticut-based Planet Home Lending LLC announced on Oct. 11 that it has opened a branch office in Chula Vista’s Eastlake district.

MLS to Offer a ‘More Customized Experience’

The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors (SDAR) went online in September with its San Diego MLS multiple listing service used by real estate agents throughout San Diego County.

Tenants Will Have to Pay For That Tight Retail Space

Finding new space or room to grow will be a challenge for San Diego County retailers, according to a report from Marcus & Millichap.

Finding a Perfectly Peaceful Place in Green Valley Summit

The eastward exit from Interstate 15 onto Rancho Bernardo Road eventually curves toward the south to become Espola Road.

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San Marcos Apartment Complex Sold

Complex has 168 apartments

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Westcore Properties Acquires Distribution Center For $53.4M

Center was completed in August

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Ampersand Sells Location, Capacity and Character

PROPERTY: The $40M Transformation Targets Cos. Needing Big Space

Where grumpy newspaper editors and reporters once toiled as noisy teletype machines clattered in the background, an international financial services group will become the first tenant in Ampersand — the renovated former home of The San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Harper Gets Military Construction Deals at Camp Pendleton, Fort Sill

Harper Construction Co. recently won two Pentagon construction contracts, for work on "starship barracks" and high-explosive magazines.

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