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Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

"A federal judge has ruled against three golfers who jumped to Saudi backed Liv golf but wanted to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason U.S. district judge Beth labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose California after attorneys for the golfers and the PGA Tour each spoke for about an hour Golfers Taylor gooch Matt Jones and Hudson swafford were seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to play in the first of three FedExCup playoff events beginning Thursday They are among ten golfers who filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour last week

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The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

"I'm a personal note. What does all this do to me? The weaponization of the government by the left. The sheer destruction of our schools in California and elsewhere by the left. The corruption of medicine by the left, the imbecilic nature of universities, because of the left. It confirms that it sort of every generation, there arises an evil, and I don't know why. It just does. But there are some that are more indefensible than others. The indefensible nature of left wing evil in America is that they're doing it against the good society.

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California Is No Garden

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

California Is No Garden

"They'll be telegraph has a devastating piece, California is no Garden of Eden. It is now a woke basket case whose rich and poor are fleeing alike. That Nick Clegg has become the latest Facebook executive to announce he's fleeing Silicon Valley for Britain, where he will spend half his time, says a lot about California. Britain is on the brink of a deep and protracted recession. With inflation set to rise to 13%. And yet, for dick Clegg, who is the former head of the Labor Party, big Brit. Basket case Britain seems to be preferable to California.

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The Left's Love for Evil

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 1 d ago

The Left's Love for Evil

"If you don't hate the left, again, not liberals. Liberals are naive, and naivete allows evil. They are not evil. If you don't hate evil, as the great book, the Bible puts it, those who love God, you, it's a command you must hate evil. There is a piece in The Daily Telegraph about what the left has done to the great state once great state of California. And I should read excerpts to you. I just want to note once again. The corruption involved in the raid, but the left has done to the FBI and the CIA and the DIA defense intelligence agency. Is what it is done to everything it touches it ruins it. I have to believe morality FBI among the regular rank and file FBI agents has to be low.

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Teen girl missing after attending party in Lake Tahoe area

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Teen girl missing after attending party in Lake Tahoe area

"Authorities have released a video plea from the mother of a missing 16 year old California girl I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A search is underway for a 16 year old California girl who vanished on her way home from a campground party in what police fear was an abduction Kylie Rodney has not been seen since early Saturday the sheriff's office released a video plea from Kylie's mother asking for help I just we just want her home where it's so scared and we miss her so much And we love her so much And Kylie we love you and you see this please Please just come home She was seen driving away from an end of high school party and truckee California And we're not looking to make past anybody else for anybody in trouble We just want to see her daughter home Her phone has been out of service since the party and her car a 2013 silver Honda CR-V has not been found I'm Lisa dwyer

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Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy in 'Grease,' dies at 73

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy in 'Grease,' dies at 73

"Singer and actor Olivia Newton-John has died after a 30 year battle with breast cancer at her ranch in Southern California according to her husband She was 73 a marchesa a letter with a look at her life Olivia Newton-John once said that when she showed up in leather for the final scene of the movie grease the crew had no idea who she was Newton John also starred in xanadu and two of a kind Newton John sold more than 100 million records including magic have you never been mellow and please mister please Newton Johnson in a 2019 AP interview when she realized what the song physical was about she tried to stop its release but her manager said it was too late So I was like oh my God We better do a video Okay we'll do a video and we'll make the video about exercise

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In dry California, salty water creeps into key waterways

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

In dry California, salty water creeps into key waterways

"In dry California salty water is creeping into key waterways I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers are central arms of California's water system but they are becoming too salty for use for farmers and cities as the state's punishing drought drags on Farmer Bobby Costas cucumber crop is being affected by saltwater intrusion Well the water's been getting progressively worse and worse with salt I mean every year it's becoming more of a challenge this year in particular with our cucumbers We're having 14% 16% crooked cucumbers and a lot of that's attributable with salt And dry times less fresh water flows from the mountains through California's rivers and into an estuary known as the delta Planners are trying a desalination plant and artificial rock barrier and groundwater pumps to try to solve the problem I'm Lisa dwyer

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Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 2 d ago

Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

"Literally said that. In this scene, this CNN CNN conversation was stunning. Listen to what she said to Cassie hunt over at CNN about prosecuting Trump for January 6th. Some have expressed concern that prosecuting former president Trump would turn him into a martyr and potentially add to his political strength with a base that's follows him pretty rapidly. Do you share that concern? Do you have any concern that a prosecution would strengthen Donald Trump's political hands? I don't think that it's appropriate to think about it that way because the question for us is, are we a nation of laws? Are we a country where no one is above the law? And what do the facts and the evidence show? And certainly, I've been very clear. I think he's guilty of the most serious dereliction of duty of any president in our nation's history. You've had a federal judge in California. Say that it's more likely than not that he and John eastman committed two crimes. So, you know, I think that we're going to continue to follow the facts. I think the Department of Justice will do that. But they have to make decisions about prosecution, understanding what it means if the facts and the evidence are there, and they decide not to prosecute how do we then call ourselves a nation of laws.

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The Auditing of the Auditors

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 2 d ago

The Auditing of the Auditors

"More than half of the agency's audits in 2021 were directed at taxpayers with incomes less than $75,000, according to the IRS data. So I think we can extrapolate fairly forward that double the number of audits that were done last year are going to happen this year. Because that's where the money is to quote, Richard blumenthal, and Ben cardin. I just want to tell you, I'm only IRS people are fine. I've only known one well. Fred Lynn, went to the lord a few years ago, was in my church for a long time. I think he was the regional director of the IRS out of Orange County, California when I lived in Orange County. Fred was a great and good man. I'm sure everything done on his watch with ethical. And I think most of the IRS people like most of the FBI agents like most of everyone everywhere tries to do the right thing. But if you're working for the IRS and you're an audit and the boss gives you ten files and you bring back 10,000, you haven't found anyone violated the law. This is the boss saying, good job, way to go. Or does the boss say, you must be incompetent. Maybe the goodbye says, you know, let's go over these with you because it's very rare for ten out of ten to come back zero. So let's go over these with you and you double audit those people. And if there's still nothing wrong, those people have been double audited, and they say, okay, let's take another ten. And you really turned down the script on that because every IRS agents metric is what do they find and what do they bring in? Because the other thing they said in The Washington Post is that every dollar spent on pursuing audit yields $10 in revenue. So

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Urias wins his 8th straight decision, Dodgers top Giants 3-0

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Urias wins his 8th straight decision, Dodgers top Giants 3-0

"The Dodgers have won 7 straight against their Northern California rivals beating the Giants three zero since the all star break the Dodgers have won every game against the Giants over a 12 day span When he pitched 6 innings giving up 7 hits and had 6 strikeouts In his major league debut Miguel Vargas with a single double and two RBIs Dodgers manager Dave Roberts had praised for Vargas It was just good We won He played well had good at bass drove in two runs And family got to see it It was Cobb took the loss He gave up three runs on four hits in 6 and a third innings Ryan leong San Francisco

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband, Paul, Pleads Not Guilty Over DUI Crash

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi's Husband, Paul, Pleads Not Guilty Over DUI Crash

"I want to talk more about Nancy Pelosi's husband because that was very intriguing and as a former police officer I get very interested in stuff like this. So I have the case report here at least not the case report. I have the text from the complaint that was made against mister Pelosi and I'm going to go through some generalizations or summaries from this particular complaint. So according to the complaint that was made against mister Pelosi that the vehicles that were in a collision at ten 15 p.m. had major collision damage. When a police arrived on the scene, mister Pelosi was still bucketing the seat belt in his Porsche. And when the police officer walked up to him and asked him for his identification, he ended over his driver license along with a card that says 1199 foundation. According to the 1199 foundation website, it provides emergency assistance to California highway patrol employees and scholarships to their children. Donation levels show that the membership card is provided for a minimum gift between 3000 to a $100,000.

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Vin Scully's Voice Will Live On

The Officer Tatum Show

02:05 min | Last week

Vin Scully's Voice Will Live On

"I want to speak about a man who just in a short period of time that I've been researching him is, in my opinion, one of the greatest voices of sports entertainment, one of the great, greatest voices, period. Someone who has a parent integrity, people love him. I can tell you what, when I was growing up, I didn't hear about him because I never watched baseball, but listening to Larry elder and people on the staff who are from Los Angeles, they tell me that Vince Scully was such an incredible man and has an incredible legacy and for those of you who may not know Vince Scully Vin Scully passed away, I believe he passed away last night. And I'm going to read a little bit of information about him and it's just that he was a Hall of Fame broadcaster. Whose voice provided the soundtrack to the summer while entertained, entertaining and informing Dodger fans and in Brooklyn in Los Angeles for 67 years. And he says he died Tuesday night as the team said, he passed away at the age of 94. So I want to play a couple clips just in memorial of Vince Scully and just to show my respect to him and a lot of my listeners that live in California that probably are familiar with him. Also, all around the country, I want to show my respect. So we'll play a couple clips from Vince Scully so you can get the normal little better if you don't already know. Wrote a clip. The only thing that helps me go in 67 years, as I said last night, is the grace of God. Let's face it. And that's out of my hand. The lord has blessed me. He gave me this job at such a youthful age, and allowed me to live and do it 67 years. What am I going to say? Darn it, why didn't I get number 68 or anything like that? No. I am totally at ease, I am so thankful, grateful. I've enjoyed every minute of it, believe me. Every minute.

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80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | Last week

80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

"There is a story up on dot com from Norco, California. This is your feel good story of the day. So a bad guy armed with an AR-15 tried to rob an 80 year old man in the store that he owned the Norco market. What the bad guy didn't realize at the time is that the owner was watching a security camp video and he saw the car pull up, there were four people in this car and he saw one of the bad guys getting out and putting on a ski mask and the owner of the store knew what was about to happen, so when the band guy came in and said, put your hands in the air, the owner of the store took out his shotgun and literally blew the bad guys arm off and the whole thing was captured on surveillance video. You gotta listen to this. I wanna hear it again. I love that. Now, now, so by the way, the riverside county sheriff's department, they say that the clerk or the owner of the store did the right thing, he was a legally. He was a legal gun owner. He was allowed by law to own that gun and he defended himself. He did nothing wrong. I will say this, that the owner suffered a heart attack after all of this, but he's okay, he's going to make a full recovery. The bad guys and critical condition at the local hospital and they've arrested others. What I

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Rain aids in fight against California wildfire that killed 2

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Rain aids in fight against California wildfire that killed 2

"The death toll in that huge Northern California wildfire the state's largest blaze of the year has risen to four The siskiyou county sheriff's office says search teams discovered two bodies Monday at separate residences along state route 96 Two bodies were also found Sunday inside a charred vehicle in the driveway of a home near klamath river more than 100 structures including several homes have burned in the McKinney fire since it erupted last Friday Mike linbury is a spokesperson It's really tragic when a fire gets up and moves this fast and basically takes out a community And that's what happened in the klamath river area And unfortunately it didn't only take out a community It took the life It says people need to follow evacuation orders and stay on their guard This virus is still very much alive Weather conditions have caused it to lay down but it still has great potential I'm Julie Walker

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California governor declares monkeypox state of emergency

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

California governor declares monkeypox state of emergency

"California has joined New York and Illinois and declaring a monkey pox state of emergency Nearly 800 cases have been reported according to health officials Governor Gavin Newsom says the declaration will allow emergency measures and help get more vaccines something people in San Francisco like Peter tran waited hours in a very long line for The rollout of the vaccines throughout this nation is absolutely horrible Doctor Luke John day at Zuckerberg San Francisco general hospital says Friday they got 4000 vaccines Once we go to our vaccine allotment we'll have to close the clinic until we receive our next allotment Monkeypox spreads through close skin to skin contact most getting sick so far have been gay men though health officials note the virus can infect anyone I'm Julie Walker

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John Zmirak: Transphobia Is Good and Should Be Official Gov't Policy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last week

John Zmirak: Transphobia Is Good and Should Be Official Gov't Policy

"You have written so much, John that I want to make sure we have time to get into this. You write at stream dot org, what article shall we talk about that we haven't covered on this program yet? Here's a nice when someone transphobia is good and should be official government policy. Transphobia is good and should be official government policy. That's only the title folks. Okay, so what do you mean by that? Well, there was an exchange before the Senate, like two weeks ago and crazy stuff happens. So quickly that it disappears because the next insane thing has happened, you know? But two weeks ago, there was a professor from University of California at Berkeley. Testifying in favor of abortion up through birth for any reason at all, which is what the Democrats want. They pretend that, oh, we only want to allow it for ten year old girls who were raped by Jeffrey Dahmer on top of the Washington Monument. But in fact, they wanted for everybody who happens to be like in law school or using this birth control. They want abortion for everyone paid for by the government in religious hospitals, stuff down your throat. But they're pretend. All right, so she was testifying about how. Protecting unborn life would have a negative impact on people who become pregnant. Who can become pregnant? And senator Josh hawley said, do you mean women? And she got really upset. She said, there are many types of people who can become pregnant. There are trans men, and there are gender queer, and she went through a whole list of made up nonsense terms that sound like Pokémon characters.

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Harris to announce $1B to states for floods, extreme heat

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Harris to announce $1B to states for floods, extreme heat

"The White House will make more than $1 billion available to states struggling with extreme heat and flooding From deadly flooding in Kentucky to wildfires in California the Biden administration says climate change is leading to extreme weather It is literally not figuratively a clear and present danger After the president last month announced his administration would help communities deal with soaring temperatures the vice president today will unveil grant programs to help areas handle climate related disasters She'll make the announcement in Miami after a briefing at the national hurricane center Famous chief says much of the money will go directly to communities that need it most Sagar Meghani Washington

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California: A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | Last week

California: A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

"Earlier about every time you now that you come back to LA, you saw an unease about it. And I really shared that sentiment. I used sort of in Paris, France. I've been back for 7 years. And I was always excited to come back here. And now with all the nonsense going on, I know the expression, there's a thin line between love and hate. And that's usually what we apply to couples to people that are in love. Well, that's how I feel about LA. I used to love it here. The weather, the lifestyle, the beaches, and now I just can't stand it here anymore. Yep, so this is the look, it's the first time in California history of his lost population. It's actually lost the seat in the House. Because it's lost so many people. And remember how many people move here who are brand new immigrants legal and illegal. Especially illegal. And I don't know if they qualified a vote or not so but they do and I don't know if they qualify in the, in the census, but whatever it might be, we are losing population in that state.

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"<Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And maybe I'm wrong, <Speech_Female> but so <Speech_Female> those doughs <Speech_Female> downtown buildings, <Speech_Female> they <Speech_Female> were giving a <Speech_Female> lot of rent and incentives <Speech_Female> over <Speech_Female> 2020. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And they weren't <Speech_Female> fiend filled. <Speech_Female> And now they finally <Speech_Female> have some interest. <Speech_Female> And I'm wondering why <Speech_Female> because that doesn't seem <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> like that's what you're getting that <Speech_Female> kind of extensive <Speech_Female> rent bump because they're actually <Speech_Female> making up for the <Speech_Female> fact that they're <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> kind of behind <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the ball for a little while. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> So this also tells <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> us kind of what's going on <Speech_Male> too from a standpoint <Speech_Male> of what we're feeling <Speech_Male> in the office. 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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"But then you combine that with the fact that there's also issues of having a process within the cities to pull a permit in a timely fashion. We are doing a reconstruction job on a building that has a residential component and we've been working on that for a year. So all of this stuff, this so like the pandemic created like the perfect storm, right? Where everything got hit at once. So this is going to be very interesting to watch. My question is, is what is going to be the thing that gets us out of this? I mean, interest rates have to go up. But how is that going to affect inventory? I mean, how do we get back to a balanced inventory? The inventory is so beaten down in the country. I mean, we're 300,000 homes behind. My point is, I don't think this is going to end any time soon. It's kind of like San Diego. You know, our market you and I have talked about this. How many times with especially on our podcast where, you know, the city is like, well, we're 10,000 units behind. We're just, I think it's going to go on for a long time. I completely agree. And I think it's something that we should talk about and additional podcasts. Yeah, for sure. So we'll keep you posted on this. This is going to be an interesting topic. And if you're in the market to buy a house, we're sorry to hear that because it's going to be really difficult. So hang in there and keep making offers. Thanks for listening today. This is Southern California real estate report..

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"This is bob McGuire and Daniel wise coming to you from San Diego, California. So once again, housing in the news, there's always going to be, I think some discussion about the lack of affordable housing and not only in California, but nationwide. Nationwide. So this is a big deal and there's so there's a lot to digest in this today. So I don't know this came from CBS News. This is just, you know, it was like a relatively small article. I found it online..

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report eighty us come under fire. Stay tuned good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This bob mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from california once again in the news eighty us which in san diego and in california are. There's something that it so it's an accessory dwelling unit it's something that was passed as an as an incentive for new housing that could be created on a more streamlined development process. Right right so the whole the whole point of this is that the state of california is way behind in the construction of new housing units So the goal for the state is to have one point five million new housing units done by twenty twenty nine. So here we are. Were in basically going into twenty twenty two couple more months left in the year. And so we're looking at a seven year window to get you know whatever. Millions of units need to be done to meet this requirement. So the ada you in theory was a really good idea right. It allowed people that had larger lots to add an additional unit that could be a granny flat or like an inlaws unit. It could allow for multi generational living it can also be rented as a market rate unit or a close to market rate unit. It was at the time it was like one hundred and twenty percent of i think area mean right so so you know it. It was a good idea in theory. Now there's a city councilman here in san diego. It is sean illo rivera. Who is the council member from district. Nine district nine in san diego if you if you live in san diego and you know san diego. It's basically kensington to the west going over towards the college area and rolando and then coming down into city height. So it's kind of a kind of a sort of a t shape in the middle of the map of the city of san diego and so he represents district nine and like in district nine looking at that we now. There's a lot of construction of eighty us. That's going on so people been complaining to some degree saying. Hey you know there's not enough parking. There's not enough space. It's affecting our privacy this that and the other so you know. There's there's always the once again. It's back to the nimby argument right and so that this guy has a lot of ways of saying that he needs this eighty you it has to be amended and it has to include all these things and i honestly you know if you cut down a tree at plan. Another tree like the. It's a it's a little ridiculous..

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talked about news. Zony rules state. Good morning southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so Kind of big news in the housing worlds right so governor newsom survived the the recall effort right. There was a recall effort for the governor of california for those of you. That aren't from california. We're not even going to comment on it. It's it was all now. Who knows what so that. It's not real estate related. So yeah it's not. It's not part of the conversation but he came out right after that and signed to pretty historic housing bills so the first one was senate bill number nine and literally. I think this was the day after the recall it so it was september fourteenth that he signed these or i guess. The recall vote was on the fourteenth. Excuse me and he signed him like the next day. So housing was obviously. There's been a big discussion about that housing in california is it's always one of the things that's consent can consistently on our radar. Something that we get asked about the most. You know what's going to happen with rants what's going to happen with housing costs and so these two bills are pretty interesting. So the first one is senate bill nine and this bill allows homeowners now to split a single family lot and to build duplexes all the way up to actually to to do to duplexes zone you can take. Sf are lot and split it into four units on it so that's interesting and then Then senate bill number. Ten and that measure creates a streamline zoning process to allow developers to build up to ten market rate multifamily units that are near transit or urban infill neighborhoods. So that's really exciting. So if you're somebody that lives in a larger city san diego los angeles san francisco cities like that. There is now a more open and friendly zoning process. I think you and i've talked about this. We kind of have mixed feelings about it right. Yeah i mean like you need my housing. You'd need more housing. Ideally i don't want an apartment building built thanks to my house. I wouldn't like that. I don't think anyone really wants that. I think that in areas where maybe there's been some changes or if there's been some right away changes like with the freeways with the transit with things like that i think this is a way to reclaim some of those residential sites that get maybe purchased. Or it's a it's a it's a taking or they do it in a way that that homeowner and maybe doesn't get any kind of compensation it's just because it was part of the public right away to start with those are good ways to reclaim that real estate into multifamily housing which it probably should be and that's another thing it's transit oriented so you know how but one bill is number ten is translated. Yeah i never tennis transit us the bigger one. Yeah that's the bigger one that would be multifamily right. The the sf are one is kind of interesting. That's that's going to four units and you know it's the same thing i mean it'll be interesting to see how this all shakes out. Yeah i mean look i have neighborhoods here north park. You know normal heights. This is very normal. There are tons of single family. Residential mixed in with multi unit apartment buildings and smaller duplex four plex or for unit properties. That are all over the place. Exactly i i don't think in those neighborhoods..

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05:01 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report. We talk about todd. Gloria housing plan stadium morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so one of the big issues here in san diego and we've talked about it a lot of times on our podcast and it's.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Post pandemic things happening in the real estate world and probably one of the biggest things or at least one of the biggest changes that we've seen and we it's interesting because we have the weather for it but the dining regulations for outdoor dining regulations or being extended right. And i think that's a good thing. So they're gonna so. The city council has voted eight two eight zero to extend the street permits until july. Twenty second for all the outside dining so all the or excuse me twenty twenty two july thousand twenty two. So all of the Outside dining areas that you see set up. They're going to leave that setup for the next year a little over a year and i think it's great. I i agree. I mean i i've eaten indoors now Being vaccinated. I feel pretty comfortable with it but i also rather eat outside and if i had the choice typically i would choose outdoor dining at this point just because we are living in san diego and What why would you wanna be in a crowded indoor space. I mean even though. I know they're not full capacity inside. I mean it's typically it's nice weather sun doesn't go down till almost eight anyways it's It's easy to eat outside. And if they have good if they have nice options. I think that one thing that you have to think about what this outdoor dining is. These people have spent a lot of money. Maybe a little too much money building really nice dining experiences outdoors. So they're not like you're just eating on the side of the street you really are. You're in a really kind of an environment. That's conducive to the restaurant.

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06:14 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"The one thing about san diego is no matter what time of year it is. There's always like a ton to do. There's just tons of things to do and see here. It's a beautiful city. We feel really fortunate to live here. This has been one of the tougher years. I think on anyone who lives here especially our restaurant. People were really hoping that things improved for them in the new year. And hoping that you know. We see a resurgence of of small business comeback as well so also we're gonna tracking some pretty interesting real estate stuff next year right. There's i going. There's going to be a lot going on there's gonna be some some interesting stories I think probably the the four biggest are going to be. You know what happens with apartments in apartment. Rents that's always the area that we're focused. And i think also what happens with the the old qualcomm stadium site. And what did they get down there. And what kind of building do we actually see. We know that the stadium's going gonna be coming for san diego state. We know the big project down in mission valley so mission valley is going to be one of those critical sub-markets that there's going to be a ton of activity and then thirdly i think that the biotech that's going on downtown is going to be a big anchor for downtown and that's going to be a real lifting thing for an area of all. The areas got really hammered by this pandemic downtown definitely did but you know you can feel it when you're down there you don't you know i don't know how to so i. I didn't even saying this. But i heard that you know as get kind of towards the light of the dental tunnel with the vaccine being finally. Fda approved it. Chances are we will need to give vaccinated more than once for this so having biotech industry here in san diego. It'll be We'll be obviously very useful just to drive business down here in san diego. It's not going to end what one round vaccines it seems like. So we're gonna be constantly dealing with this pandemic for a while ways in having that industry here in san diego. We really useful. Yeah i agree for sure for sure there there's gonna be. There's there's gonna be a lot of great jobs that come out of that as well and it's gonna be a real a real stimulus to the economy so i think it's going to be great. I think also we're gonna see overall kind of what happens with the housing market as well and whether or not some of these newer projects can get out of the ground and get done. I was reading an article yesterday that we're starting to see some lenders. Based on the national vacancy rate. That's happening with apartment. Some of the larger agency lenders feddie freddie fanny people like that are starting to take a closer look at the apartment market and they're starting to pull back a little bit on financing so that's going to be an interesting thing to follow to. We'll probably see more of that in the first quarter than we have in all of last year and and we'll have to really follow. How with the vaccine being distributed and things like that how the economy does reopen. And what happens to these rents and how this new administration decides to handle some of the current things that are in place like the eviction laws so those are going to be a big topic conversation especially during this new biden transition and going forward for how we kind of unwind out of the pandemic. it's going to be too made interesting. Twenty twenty one. I feel like no twenty twenty has been interesting year. It's not over. We're not out of the woods yet. Obviously and this can..

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04:48 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Plan today Because it's a christmas eve edition She thought it would be fun to do. A little quiz on san diego to see how much how much we both know about where we live. Well the problem is that. I created the quit. So hopefully is your answers. I have the. But we're gonna test bob's knowledge and if you want to load we'll make up a short pause. He can think about it. And maybe you can test your knowledge as well. Yeah so okay already. You can find this quiz to on our website. We'll we'll posted on the website in january a little while but we will have this quiz on our website within the next week. Just something kind of fun to check out So go ahead. let's go shoot okay. So where is the sandy Located is it the park mission trails la hoya or coronado so the san diego do is located in balboa park john k next one What is the name of the annual event held in del mar. Comecon the san diego. I have lights. The san diego county fair del mar museum days. The san diego county fair. Where is the festival of lights. Ballpark has a festival of okay. Yeah so the. The county fair is in del mar. Yeah and you know. Let the sega museums as is completely made up. So i didn't actually know about the probably has the same days. So maybe that is. Maybe that is actually made. Who was the first person did drive over. In the san diego coronado bridge. So i know this one because we have obviously family coronado people that do know this. I think that this one stumped a lotta people. Tom cruise ronald reagan. Robert redford are male streak. So it is ronald reagan ronald a and i did not know that that was done. That's because the bridge was done when he was governor Yeah that's pretty cool. Yeah san diego notch there. This one Didn't stumped at some jake. Actually where is the top gun house located. Inza nita's oceanside imperial beach mission beach so it's located oceanside.

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08:02 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Welcome to the southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so interesting you know we have been going through the pandemic and it's it's been really weird right because we're seeing so much fallout in the office and retail space. Yeah and retail especially seems to be getting hit the hardest except for big box retail and some of the fast food type tenants and things like that. So if you're quick serve or big box you're probably doing okay in the retail space but everything else is kind of decimated office space same thing but there's kind of a bright light in the office space and it's a really fight san diego yeah right exactly and that is in the in the life sciences space. Which san diego has a ton of and we're expanding that that's base That that space has done really well over the pandemic for a number of reasons. One defeat essential businesses to the The amount of space which. I found this to be really interesting so i don't know the source of this article is coast article. This is this is not a co-starred. Call the link to the article and the description box for you guys. it's a it's a real estate publication though. Okay and so what's interesting is is. There's there's two different types of of biotech type space right. So there's there's basically dry lab space or experimental space and then wet lab space right and the wet labs those kinds of spaces with benches and petri dishes and designated areas and things like that. So typically You know to have space like that. It's one you know. They're usually in a newer building because there are more hvac requirements and things like that for air filtration and stuff like that to keep the area's clean but they take a larger floor plate with fewer people in it so that allowed for social distancing and singles. Things already social. You already are social distance in those spaces. The other interesting thing is is. There's not many areas around the country where this type of space is available. And i found it interesting. That most of them were in boston and cambridge massachusetts san francisco and san diego washington d. c. baltimore. Maryland and raleigh. Durham raleigh. Durham is the golden triangle. You know for for for the medical. That's that's kind of always been there and that's always been a hot spot. I did not. I was not aware of san francisco being being as as much in this space as it is or baltimore But i'm really not specialized in this area at all so It doesn't surprise me. That i wouldn't know a lot about it other than what we're hearing now about seeing about san diego and the new development. That's going to go on here. But one of the interesting things is and what makes this kind of a good story in light of what's been going on The vacancy rate for general office space in san francisco for example. It's nearly twenty two percent in that city right now. That's crazy that's crazy. But in general biotech companies have been growing over the past five years and the life sciences and biotech companies were deemed essential. So thus again like we said that allowed labs to stay open so that space is like at an all time low in vacancy. It's it's never it's never had tighter vacancy than what it has now. So not only. Has it been expanding over the last five years but nothing helps biotech or biosciences. Like a pandemic right. So it's really doing well and it appears that it's going to do well for the foreseeable future now. The big question is is. What will the office spaces do that. Currently experiencing you know for example in san francisco at twenty two percent vacancy and now there's talk of okay. Well let's trying to increase our hvac which they probably need to do post pandemic anyhow for air quality infiltration purposes and maybe some of that space will will fall into some of these less custom type buildings or build a suit type buildings that were there were originally dealt for labs. There might be other other lab space and can get plugged into some of this vacant space. There's also The that so it says according to to an october report from cb. Richard ellis They are saying that commercial lab space for us biotech and life. Science companies has grown by twelve percent this year and labs currently occupy about ninety five million square feet with another eleven million under construction. So that's a pretty good. So good that. San diego is at the forefront of it. It's any since i lived here. It's always seemed to be biotech. But i never to be honest. I don't know anything about i. M my science knowledge is pretty limited. I never really understood what that meant. Until i worked for an industrial team of brokers and a lot of those industrials faces were turned into laugh. Really big way. Bigger part of their the. What they were feeling was labs base wall. And i think that there's some real benefits that to obviously as an investor if you can convert industrial labs base your your rent just completely went a totally different way right. I mean it's just a way better investment never too as they're never gonna move because you're building that space so specific that the build out for that space is always very expensive but also there's clearly like high demand for it and they're saying that this new downtown project that they're doing in san diego they haven't announced who the anchor tenants are or anything but they say that it was like literally like global interest in that site for all sorts of different large companies. So that's pretty exciting for san diego and this article is basically just backing up why someone would build that low-flying the desert of office buildings and markets right now during there's like this little kind of gold nugget here but lives face. Yeah so we're definitely going to keep an eye on this. We'll keep an eye on it for san diego to This is this is not going to be know the last time we talked about this. I think over this next two years. You're gonna hear a lot about this space in about the growth in this space. Those are does our quality jobs that are coming to san diego their high paying and their good jobs. I mean look at all the people that work at decks com. You know that we know. Have two people in our family and like armenia. Family that that work at that company and that's That's just one little small sliver of that space in the city. Yeah and when you look around the ut up in sorrento valley and now downtown. San diego is going to become a pretty significant type for states to university gene overseas us on uc san diego for sure as the largest contributor to that and there are definitely a stem type school. Where it's it's pretty.

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"It sounds like but what they're trying to do is they're trying to create an area to where harbor park they're saying is meant as a bustling beachie attraction where people can bike or walk on a wide promenade. Rent water equipment picnic or play on on one of two natural turf lawns so the whole thing is going to be basically similar to what coronado has now as you come over the bridge. You're going to have kind of a beach area there. You're going to have grass and stuff over by the skate park in that area. So it's gonna be it's gonna be really nice so this is. This is really a big attraction for the south bay. They've they've never really had anything like this. And i think if you are if you are someone who's looking into buying a home anytime soon. You should really consider this bay. It's becoming a really nice area to live with a lot of attractions down there. And obviously there's there's more to come and it's still hasn't relatively affordable home prices so you know if it's if it's something that's in your radar i would definitely take another close look at it. Obviously especially as santa home. Prices keep climbing extraordinarily high and the other thing is too that you're getting newer. Construction in a lot of cases and the schools are in the schools in some areas. Our award-winning they're they're excellent schools. The school district is is renowned in the city for being one of the best right up there with scripts. So it's it's really is a great area and daniels right. I mean there's there's just a lot of really great things happening down there right now. They kind of get overlooked too. Exactly they could do get overlooked and also its proximity to downtown if if what we've talked about in previous podcast about a lot of these biotech industries. Having you know opening up offices in downtown san diego if if you don't want to commute very far this could be a really wonderful option. Yeah so so this. This really is going to start. you know. you're really gonna start seeing a lot. This happen as the hotel gets developed. So again the developer. The hotel is responsible for the biggest portion of this. This smallest part of the park. They're gonna start with i and they're gonna start putting in some of the infrastructure So it's gonna be pretty obvious over the next couple of years we're gonna beach wonder if it'll be good surf spot. We'll see. i doubt it's going to be on the back. But i was. I was thinking. Eighty windsurfing irving so. Thanks for listening today. This has been the southern california real estate report..

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03:21 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"They actually used to own a hotel that was in colorado called the brought more and so they're they're a big hotel. Developer and part of the responsibility of this park is from them getting permission to do the development of the hotel so it sounds like the park is going to be kinda done in phases. They're going to start with. It's going to be a forty forty-six eight perk. It's going to be about forty seven and a half million dollars. That's going to go into this. Twenty five acres of public beach and park. Land is what they're now breaking ground on and they're on track to it. Sounds like a half kind of thing. Start rolling in two thousand and twenty three. So a couple of years out. The import san diego commissioners have already unionist unanimous union and immensely approved this and they've already given the coastal permit for the park so they don't have to go through any more of that and so it's gonna be exciting. It's gonna be basically Sandwiched between the marine boat works and the existing fishing pier. And it'll be basically steps away from where the hotel's gonna go evo another place. I think we you know. I keep on saying family friendly. But i think that that's essentially what this is supposed to be is was to be a place where people can come and congregate and enjoy a different beachfront and maybe to the hotel and a few other things. And you know it's it's a whole new beach to beach. So and that's what. I'm saying like the overflow to coronado or the overflow to imperial beach or things like that you know there's a lot of residents that are core in the city. That aren't just going to go. Pacific beach is hard to get into. You have to navigate through the whole city to get down to the coastline. There's a lot of lights and stuff like that coronado because you straight over the bridge and boom. You're down the street. you're there so i think that having an obviously sunset cliffs is beautiful and it's a great place to walking but it's not exactly a beat spot so i think to have this whole new. I mean this is a big beach. This'll be a really big beach. So it's going to be super exciting to have another whole new area shoreline here in san diego but also on top of it. It's it's really going be pretty cool. It's so the existing beach right now is three point three acres. And they're gonna. They're basically going to terrace that beach with headlands create a boat ramp. They're going to have to meadows two hundred and sixteen parking spaces a promontory. With views of downtown san diego coronado bridge a single story structure restrooms outdoor showers drinking fountains and park equipment. Rentals is planned for the promontory on the north end of the side What they're trying to do is they're saying future phases. We'll finish the promenade. As well as introduced a cafe. Pierre fountain play area and a number of other improvements so that development is is dependent rundown securing some additional financing..

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about the forty seven and a half million dollar. Harvard park plan in chula vista. Stay tune. Good morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so Kind of interesting. So there's been a lot of announcements for new projects and things like that here in san diego and most of them have been around this valley and the central part of the city. Sir town downtown and vision valley have been the recipient of most of the big marquee type projects going on from biotek to large apartment developments to the stadiums to residential redevelopment. So this is kind of exciting. This is a south bay announcement. And it's just come out Harbor park which is going to be a bay front park down in chula vista Is is going to be really cool. It's gonna be a beach. Beachie multi terrorist park. I think it's gonna be kind of like fifteenth street and del mar. Yeah it sounds like at this is an article from the union. Tribune literally came out today. Which is december tenth and it sounds really cool. It sounds like something that's really needed in that area. A lot of families are moving into that part of town ghetto. Chula vista's having a you know is becoming kind of the next area of development for a lot of moving because it's affordable part of town. Still right so it's interesting too because so the south bay. Has i think. For the for the longest time has relied mostly on imperial beach and coronado and so i have family in coronado and obviously during the pandemic there's a lot of older people that live in coronado and when we were going through this lockdown thing and people are getting out on the weekend the beaches were overrunning coronado. So people were like gosh. You know if there was another place because of course you know inside of the city of san diego. You know the beaches. There's what people don't know. Is that if you're if you're south pacific beach. There's really not a lot of shoreline in san diego as you go up towards sunset cliffs. You know there's very few spots that you can get down the cliffs to actual sand. You know yeah. I guess i guess you know. If you want a family friendly place you probably just have to like south mission beach type of or coronado and so imperial beach beach right. But for the people in the south which we have a large population in the south bay and so of course the first stop is coronado and so. It's just easier for people to get there. So i think taking away some of this slow that happens every week in coronado will be nice to and will help to kind of get some balance in on the weekends in coronado during the pandemic people were like. Gosh there's so many people want to go outside you know. Especially around like centennial park in places like that coronado because they were so packed. You know so so this is going to be interesting to see how this all comes together so this is part of also a bigger project which is going to be which is a hotel and convention center by the gaylord group that gaylord development group they own a big hotel in the mid west called opera land..

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Suburban location and still get a one bedroom. It's not going to have the views it's not going to have the amenities it's not gonna be as noon as nice and obviously have the sexiness that a new building has but to live in a nice north part one bedroom and you're saving seven hundred bucks a month that's really meaningful. So in my opinion you're not gonna see downtown. Really start to take off until this new office is built an absorbed operating and until jobs return to downtown. That's just too much of a savings and that's too much of a of a gap. So i think that that apple change and i do think that it'll get better but i think it's just gonna take some time so we'll see what happens with new construction and if there's a little bit of a slowdown in construction. Or maybe some things get shelved until after this is over and then come back after we see what nobody really knows. I mean the biotech thing is great downtown but nobody really knows who the tenants are at this point. We know that its proposed. But we don't know who the major tenants are. What the major employment is. So i think until we get to that point you know downtown is going to be. You know it's gonna take some time to to kind of get back from this. So the good news is if you're a runner and you still work downtown and you can afford downtown. There's never going to be a time where downtown's going to be more affordable than it is right now because there's going to be a lot of incentives to get in renters and that's probably going to run for at least two years you know. Yeah so so. We'll keep an eye on this Were excited to hear what happens with the biotech. Obviously excited to hear what happens with this kilroy project as well for more downtown office. The office market is its own animal. Now we'll continue to monitor that to obviously the biotech space is a real bright spot in commercial real estate right now that it's very much a bright spot in the office market. And so because of the specificity of that type of space. It's very hard to have biotech people working from home and things like that so that is going to be something that is going to get used. It's become very popular this particular developer. That's doing the project. Downtown has four other locations so throughout the united states. So as that takes off that will really change the downtown scope and those apartments will become much more valuable than so. Thanks for listening today. And we'll keep an eye on this. This has been the southern california rolls day report..

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that <hes>. You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since the pandemic and everything that's starting to shift and so now the suburbs everyone's bailing out of downtown and heading to the suburbs and so we're coming back to a period where there's gonna be some absorption problems in downtown san diego exactly and you know. We kind of expected this to happen. We even talked about it and previous podcast. It's it was hard to tell them the beginning. What these what does how does this. Whole covert thing was going to look like when people's leases started to add. Yeah and so. It's interesting so the stabilize vacancy rate. Downtown has risen by more than three hundred basis points this year. So this is a co star. Report co star it out. And you know. It's basically saying that you know downtown. San diego is still trying to capture that last demand that they had. And you know there's a couple of things going on one. The suburbs are more popular. Because you get larger units to. You're you're you're not as high density bright right and so that's really you know kind of what people are looking at. Also you know with the job loss and things like that. That are going on downtown. It's having a big effect on class-a type product. So you know the the class b and you know the the neighborhoods like north park and stuff like that are proving to be by far the most resilient neighborhoods that that are in this city right now some of the lower end neighborhoods like in the areas of elk hone and spring valley places like that. We've heard a lot about vacancy issues and or collection issues whereas a lot of these suburb properties. That maybe somebody was in a class a. Building had a very good white collar job could afford to live a class. A. building is now kind of relocating to a larger space and in a more suburban neighborhoods. So that's really interesting. It's gonna be interesting to see how this shakes out over the next year. So right now. They're saying at the height of the shutdown net. Absorption or that the or the number of apartments moved into versus moved out of in downtown fell by more than two hundred and sixty units for comparison. The rest of san diego region recorded positive net. Absorption more than two hundred twenty so that means downtown just started shedding tenants really fast. And it's just never recaptured that so the interesting thing is is that last year one of the buildings that was <hes>. A really really successful building was a building that was located. If i can find this. I think it was right on the edge of the east village right at that time. The there lisa up was going really well. They at least up like it was a four hundred unit and they at least up thirty minutes a month in june now. That building is back to where it was pre lease app and they're probably going to go back to some of the pre lease up incentives that they had in the past. So it's it's interesting that we're probably going to see this. This new round of downtown space. That's going to be re incentivized back to you. Know what it was two years ago. So you're probably going to get two or three months of free rent. You're probably going to have a much lower rate than what the market was prior prior to this pandemic. And so that's gonna be really interesting to keep an eye on right now. It's saying that <hes>. When you remove downs inventory from this late at the latest data set of absorption <hes>. The demand was positive during the shutdown between march and may and the region recorded more than two hundred and twenty units of desertion. About four hundred units less than what we historically see there. The the unit was <hes>. The the region the downtown region over the spring and into the early summer was making up for that. So but then between june and october the region minus downtown absorbed twelve hundred and fifty units almost eight hundred more than at the same period between two thousand seventeen and nine thousand nine so the birds are really doing well during this pandemic i mean. They're they're having no problems whereas the the you know the downtown buildings and downtown in general is really suffering

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"california  " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"california " Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report. We talk about rents in downtown san diego. Stay tune good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since.