2003 2004 2005
RENTS ARE CLIMBING MORE AT THE
Lower rent units are seeing
greater rent increases than middle or
higher level of rentals.
see the article in the UT
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE REPORT WARNS OF IMPENDING HOUSING
"A new report sponsored by the San
Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce says
the housing shortage has become an "impending economic crisis"
for San Diego."
see the article by
CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE
SUPPORTS RENT CONTROL
Interview with council candidate
RENT CONTROL LEGISLATION BEING
AB 2502 (Mullin) is winding through the legislature. If passed, it would give local
power to adopt a policy of requiring a rental housing developer
to include rent- controlled units
for low income renters. It appears to be without
consideration for the
economic viability of such projects.
San Diego is 8th hottest city for real estate
When it comes to supply and demand,
metro San Diego was the eighth �hottest�
home market in the United States in May, said a monthly report
home prices up 6.2%
LANDLORDS STARTING TO RESIST Airbnb
"Increasingly, landlords want to keep
their tenants from renting their apartments through
similar sites, city brokers and lawyers said. Landlords
are adding riders to leases
clearly stating tenants will face
eviction if found to be renting their units.
cameras, hiring private investigators or implementing new lock
to catch tenants engaging in the practice."
DNA INFO (New York)
SAN DIEGO APARTMENT RENTS RISE FASTER
STATE, NATIONAL AVERAGE
"A new survey of California apartment
rents finds the state outpaced the nation when it comes to rent
over the past year. The
ApartmentList.com report found rent hikes in California
exceeded the national
average every month during 2015."
KPBS , 1/5/2016
SAN DIEGO MOVING TOWARD STRICTER REGULATION
The San Diego City Council acted to
'Minidorm" ordinances it passed in 2008.
"Rooming houses" were difficult to identify but the revised
ordinance seeks to correct that by calling them a
"dwelling unit where three or more rooms, excluding kitchens and
bathrooms, are rented to three or more individuals under three
or more separate rental agreements or leases." See
the article in the
FOR LEASES ON OR
AFTER JULY 1, 2015, LANDLORDS
TO ALLOW VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS
provides that for leases
entered into, extended or renewed on or
after after July 1, 2015,
landlords shall now allow tenants to install vehicle charging
stations at residential and commercial properties under certain
and specific conditions.
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