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California swimmer describes seeing shark attack her

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

California swimmer describes seeing shark attack her

"A Southern California swimmer is recounting her encounter with a shark I'm Ben Thomas with the story I felt a huge like a really hard hit Wouldn't you try it Was resting in the water off the coast of del mar California north of San Diego on her Friday morning ocean swim It hurt and it pushed me up and out of the water She tells KG TV I saw it on my legs And then it shook once kind of like a dog and then it let me go Fortunately you had a friend swimming with her He saw the water agitate he saw me kind of twist around and then he saw the fin in the back of the shark He helped her back to shore where lifeguards and emergency crews treated her and rushed her to a hospital She's being treated for puncture and laceration wounds Surprisingly I'm feeling pretty good I don't know if I just haven't processed everything yet The shark is believed to have been a juvenile white shark known to swim in the waters off the delmar shore I'm Ben Thomas

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 Cortes hurt, leaves after tying 3-run HR in ALCS Game 4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Cortes hurt, leaves after tying 3-run HR in ALCS Game 4

"Bryce Harper both of the two run home run in the bottom of the 8th inning to give the Philips the national league championship with a fourth three win over the Padres in game 5 of the national league championship series San Diego scored two runs in the top of the 7th taking a three two literal wild pitch the game winning home run was the 5th of the postseason for Harper who was named most valuable player of the national league championship series Reese Hoskins home for the phils will go to the World Series for the first time since 2009 Michael luongo

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Schwarber HR, Segura, Phillies top Padres 4-2, lead NLCS 2-1

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00:35 sec | Last month

Schwarber HR, Segura, Phillies top Padres 4-2, lead NLCS 2-1

"Second baseman gene Segura went from goat to hero in the Philips Ford two win over the Padres and game three of the national league championship series Segura is filled in error allows San Diego to tie the game at one in the top of the fourth inning Segura's two out two run single in the bottom of the frame enable Philadelphia to retake the lead for good As a player you learn from your mistake and you never push your head down Just keep it up Continue to play the game Kyle schwarber in a solo home run for the phils who lead asbestos 7 series two games to one Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Big City USA, A Big Moral Problem

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | Last month

Big City USA, A Big Moral Problem

"I tell you that if you take New York City out of New York State, Philadelphia out of Pennsylvania. Chicago out of Illinois, et cetera, et cetera. It's a tougher question in California. You'd have to take Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Oakland, you'd have to take a lot of cities out of California. To restore a sense of propriety, decency, kindness, goodness. Et cetera. You just won. But in other states, it's these big the gigantic city. That calls the shots generally speaking. And those shots are utterly and completely destructive. Completely. Only bad ideas have come from big cities in this country. In the last 50 years, anyway. I don't know about the past. I know about the American past, but I don't know if that rule would apply as much. The big city is an extremely difficult moral problem.

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Drury, Padres rally to beat Nola, Phillies 8-5, tie NLCS 1-1

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00:37 sec | Last month

Drury, Padres rally to beat Nola, Phillies 8-5, tie NLCS 1-1

"The San Diego Padres rallied from four runs down to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies 8 to 5 to even up the national league championship series at a game of peace Josh bell and Brandon drury combined to go 5 for 8 with 5 RBIs and a home run each as the Padres chase Philly starter Aaron nola with a 5 run 5th inning Drury never lost faith that San Diego had what it took to come back He faced a guy like nola but at the same time you know this team doesn't quit So I believe that we could come back the whole time Blake Snell shook off a rough second inning toss 5 innings for the win while nola took the loss going four and two thirds inning allowing 6 runs on 7 hits Philip gone San Diego

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How COVID Drove the World Insane

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last month

How COVID Drove the World Insane

"You mentioned a Christian school, do I remember correctly last segment? Yeah, my two older daughters, they went to a classical Christian school here in San Diego and we thought we were we were good. We thought that's terrific they're going to make different decisions. It's built on the pillars of logic and reason and rhetoric. And in the end, the county sent them a threatening letter and the school administration, unfortunately, was more concerned with how they were seen in the eyes of higher education than they were in educating my kids. And so my daughter spent ten days or more each apart quarantined for the lightest exposure. It was a terrible detriment and so even in a private school setting, we couldn't find the safety that we needed for our kids to get the right education they need.

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Harper, Schwarber HR as Wheeler, Phils top Pads to open NLCS

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00:35 sec | Last month

Harper, Schwarber HR as Wheeler, Phils top Pads to open NLCS

"Zach Wheeler through 7 shutout innings leading the Philadelphia Phillies to a two to zero win over the San Diego Padres in game one of the national league championship series Wheeler allowed just one hit while striking out a teaming up with reliever sir Anthony Dominguez and Jose alvarado to blank the Padres The nerves got to me a little bit but I was able to settle in just try to stay on the game plan though first pitch strikes get ahead of guys and try to get quick out Bryce Harper solo home run in the fourth inning gave Philadelphia one to nothing lead and Kyle sword's 480 foot home run leading off the 6 was all the offense the Phillies needed off padre starter yu Darvish Philip gon San Diego

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Ben Thomas loads of drama in baseball the Phillies first to advance to the league championship series with an 8 three victory over Atlanta Michael luongo was there Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the second on a three run home run by Brandon marsh J Cuban Mitchell made history in the bottom of the third when he became the first catcher in post CS history due to an inside the park home run It was a special moment that I'll definitely chairs Two games worth of baseball played in Seattle It was the 18th inning when Astros Jeremy Pena drove a three two fastball into the left field stands I mean that was a long game And that was a long game but you still gotta lock in you know trying to put together good at bats One nothing Victory sends Houston to the American League championship series and ends the Mariners season The guardians pulled out a 6 5 win over the Yankees rallying for three runs in the bottom of the 9th They keep playing You know I say that a lot but manager Terry Francona Sometimes good stuff happens Game foreign Cleveland Sunday Night the guardians leading two games to one And more madness in San Diego the Padres down three zero in the 7th sent ten batters to the plate and scored 5 runs and then came The Rain Yes in San Diego which doused LA's bats and hopes final Padres 5 Dodgers three Padres advance to college football where top ranked Georgia had no trouble with Vanderbilt rolling to a 55 nothing victory but number three Alabama lost To Marion has details Tennessee came up with its biggest victory in years outscoring Alabama 52 49 and an SEC battle of unbeaten Chase McGrath's 40 yard field goal as time expired won the game for the 6th ranked volunteers who defeated number three Alabama for the first time since 2006 also the last year they beat a top ten team Fourth ranked Clemson beat Florida state and number 5 Michigan flexed its muscles in the second half blowing holes through Penn State's defense for a 41 17 win Number 7 southern Cal lost to number 20 Utah and 13th ranked TCU beat number 8 Oklahoma state Ben Thomas AP sports

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Cronenworth, Padres rally to stun Dodgers 5-3 to reach NLCS

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Cronenworth, Padres rally to stun Dodgers 5-3 to reach NLCS

"Jake cronenworth two out two run single capped off a 5 run 7th inning as the San Diego Padres beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5 to three to win the national league division series three games to one Dodgers starter Tyler Anderson shut out San Diego on just two hits over 5 innings Joe musgrove went 6 innings allowed two runs on 6 hits for the Padres and talked about how special it was to beat the Dodgers For a long time those guys up north and beaten us down and knocking us out of playoff contention and taking the division from us every year So these fans deserve to celebrate tonight as a moment of changing the tides hopefully The Padres advanced to their first national league championship series appearance since 1998 Philip gone San Diego

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:57 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm David Schuster the weather is cooling down but baseball's postseason continues to heat up Three games were contested on Friday and we began to New York where the Cleveland guardians rallied for a four two victory over the Yankees are Tom Miriam has more The yanks jumped out to a quick two zero lead on Sean Carlos Stanton's two run first in the home or off Shane Bieber But Bieber settled down after that enabling Cleveland to tie it at two with runs in the fourth and 5th innings The latter on a med rosarios Homer The guardians then wanted in the tenth with two blue pits followed by Josh naylor's RBI double to send the series back to Cleveland all even More excited to go back as a team set it again on this plane ride and just kind of enjoy the moment enjoy the win today and then get locked back in tomorrow That series now moves to Cleveland for game three It was game three in Philadelphia where the Philly scored early and often they beat Atlanta 9 to one Michael Longo has the details Philadelphia took control of the game on a three run home run by Reese Hoskins That was later followed by a two run home run by Bryce Harper Harper drove in three runs for the films who are one win away from advancing to the national league championship series This is what it's all about We have an opportunity to clinch at home We have an opportunity to come out and hopefully strike first Aaron nola picked up a second postseason when Spencer strider took the loss And out in San Diego the Padres defeated the Dodgers two one they lead that series two one off the field sad news with the passing of Hall of Fame closer Bruce Sutter who succumbed to cancer at the age of 69 suter played for the cubs Cardinals and braves he was a 6 time all star a Cy Young award winner and won the World Series with St. Louis in 1982 To the NHL were Detroit shutout Montreal three zero Tampa Bay 5 two over Columbus Winnipeg four one over the rangers College football SMU defeated navy 40 to 34 and a couple of top ten matchup Saturday number three Alabama at number 6 Tennessee and number 5 Michigan hosting ten Penn State I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Snell, Grisham lead Padres over Dodgers 2-1 for NLDS lead

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00:36 sec | Last month

Snell, Grisham lead Padres over Dodgers 2-1 for NLDS lead

"Blake Snell allowed one run on 5 hits over 5 and a third innings leading the San Diego Padres to a two to one win over the Los Angeles Dodgers giving San Diego a two to one series lead Trent Grisham continued to sell her postseason going two for four with his third home run of the playoffs I really just kind of feel like myself again That's really what it is Being able to compete every day and just go out there and help the team win and multiple facets Dodger starter Tony Gonzalez lasted just an inning and a third giving up an RBI single at Jake cronenworth in the first inning Mookie betts went one for three with an RBI sacrifice 5 for LA's only run of the game Philip gon San Diego

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Padres Even Division Series With Dodgers in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Padres Even Division Series With Dodgers in Game 2

"The Padres take game two 5 three over the Dodgers to even their series at a game each San Diego first baseman will Myers is feeling optimistic Like where we're at right now It's a great game today That's come out there and get that win I'm excited to get back to petco with a series tied Durex and Profire singled home the go ahead run in the 6th inning and Jake cronin worth tacked on an insurance run with a Homer in the 8th You Darvish when 5 innings for the win despite giving up three solo shots Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Turner, Dodgers start fast, hold off Padres in NLDS opener

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Turner, Dodgers start fast, hold off Padres in NLDS opener

"Game one goes to the Dodgers 5 to three over the Padres LA raced out to a 5 zero lead after just three innings trade Turner Homer in doubled and Will Smith had a pair of doubles and drove in Iran Here's Smith on the win It's important to win the first one and so we did night You know we jumped out to the early lead and then the boltman held it down San Diego clawed back with three in the 5th inning but that ended the scoring Julio urias went 5 innings for the victory padre starter Mike Clevenger was chased in the third inning after allowing 5 runs Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Musgrove pitches hometown Padres past Mets 6-0 and into NLDS

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00:40 sec | Last month

Musgrove pitches hometown Padres past Mets 6-0 and into NLDS

"The Padres have moved on to the national league division series against the Dodgers after eliminating the mets 6 nothing in game three Austin nola whose brother Aaron pitched the Phillies into the divisional round hit his team into the next round two Nola hit a two run two out bases loaded single in the second off Chris Bassett to give San Diego a two zero lead at never relinquished Joe musgrove meanwhile stifled the mets giving up just one hit and 7 innings of shutout ball You go over in your head so many times as a kid about getting the ball on the biggest moment on the biggest stage and this is something that we do a lot of visualizing on in the off season is moments like this The Padres also got RBI singles from Trent Grisham Manny Machado and Juan Soto who drove in two Tom New York

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Cosplay fans rejoice as New York Comic Con returns to normal

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00:52 sec | Last month

Cosplay fans rejoice as New York Comic Con returns to normal

"New York Comic-Con is back to full capacity following pandemic restrictions with 200,000 expected over the long holiday weekend They came dressed as their favorite comic book characters ready to see and be seen Matt vacca's to dressed as Batman was making his tenth appearance at Comic-Con The friends I've made over the years That's what I'm here for I'm here to see people I haven't seen since COVID started Jonathan Arnold says he's having a great time He dressed as a combination of Black Panther and Deadpool calling it panther pool To see the community the multiple communities back here again it just helped me fall in love with the whole convention culture all over again San Diego was considered the flagship of the popular convention but more than a hundred other locations hold Comic-Con related events including here Julie Walker New York

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Matt Vacca, COVID And Jonathan Arnold discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Matt Vacca, COVID And Jonathan Arnold discussed on AP News Radio

"New York Comic-Con is back to full capacity following pandemic restrictions with 200,000 expected over the long holiday weekend They came dressed as their favorite comic book characters ready to see and be seen Matt vacca's to dressed as Batman was making his tenth appearance at Comic-Con The friends I've made over the years That's what I'm here for I'm here to see people I haven't seen since COVID started Jonathan Arnold says he's having a great time He dressed as a combination of Black Panther and Deadpool calling it panther pool To see the community the multiple communities back here again it just helped me fall in love with the whole convention culture all over again San Diego was considered the flagship of the popular convention but more than a hundred other locations hold Comic-Con related events including here Julie Walker New York

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Padres take a 2-0 lead over Mets after Josh Bell crushes a two-run home run

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Padres take a 2-0 lead over Mets after Josh Bell crushes a two-run home run

"The Padres took game one of this wild card series by blasting the mets 7 to one San Diego lit up Max Scherzer and knocking out the mets ace in the 5th inning after taking a 7 to nothing lead on the strength of four home runs Josh bell and a two run shot in the first and was pleased with grabbing a quick lead Huge Obviously we want to set a standard here You know get our starters some run support and let them do their job on the bump You Darvish toss 7 strong innings for the win Jacob the Graham faces Blake Snell and game two on Saturday night Mike mancuso New York

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MLB's postseason is here: A guide to the 12-team playoffs

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

MLB's postseason is here: A guide to the 12-team playoffs

"The Padres may have the best chance to win a wild card series on the road this weekend San Diego took four of 6 from the mets during the regular season and has a top three in the rotation that stacks up well with New York's best three You Darvish starts the opener and says through an interpreter that his success against the mets this year will have no bearing on Friday's game I did do good against these guys this year But I try not to look focused too much on that The mets were 6 for 47 with 15 strikeouts against Darvish this season Joe musgrove and Blake Snell will follow Darvish in the rotation Snell tossed 5 scoreless sittings against the mets on July 23rd I'm Dave ferry

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"And that's a 15% increase from last year this time. You know, this is pretty unbelievable. You have lived in San Diego for a long time. I've lived in San Diego for a long time. And both of us obviously have been exposed to different sides of the real estate market and things like that. I've never seen this kind of velocity in the market. As far as just increases rent and prices and everything else. So this has been something else. I know being from LA, you know, you and I talked many years ago about LA and LA was really expensive like 5 years ago. It seems like LA has kind of tapered off and is slowing down. I think San Francisco is too. I still look at all these new jobs that are going to be coming to San Diego. And these are pretty high paying jobs. And what that's going to do to our rents and to our inventory. We are totally under inventoried on rental properties and as this woman says from the association of realtors, I mean, she's not seeing really any pricing declines coming in the future. We'll see. I mean, obviously this is all speculation to some degree. But there really is a shortage of housing in our market and now we're feeling this supply and demand pain. Yeah, I agree. It is. You know, it's been, it's been coming. Yeah. It's been coming in, you know, like I said, we've seen other markets. I remember specifically like LA and how fast their rents increased between, let's say, probably between 2016 and 2018. It seemed like rents were going, I mean, people were moving from Santa Monica way across the four O 5 and still paying three grand a month for a one bedroom. You knew that rents were moving fast. So and I know you've talked to me about your brother having trouble finding a place and it's tough, you know? And now San Diego is definitely following suit. So Southern California is just, it's hard to live here and it's expensive. Thanks for listening today. This has been the Southern California real estate report. Talk to you next week. Thank you. Thank you..

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"san diego" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on What's the 311

"The square of the old village to the hills of the press deal park is a pleasant and one of the most interesting chapters of American history. So it's located in the northwest part of San Diego. It is easier accessible by car and public terrorists from all over the city. If you are driving to old town, you send news one street as a reference point. On this street there's a large parking lot and from there you can easily walk to all points of interest of old town. Now, if you plan to use San Diego public transportation, there are several ways to get to old town. Trolley, the green line of the city, tramp stops to at old town, right in front of the entrance of old town. If you are coming from downtown San Diego, this is without a doubt the fastest and most direct way to get to old town. A bus. If the route of the green line of the trolley is not convenient for you, there's probably a bus you can take. In fact, many lines reach the old town from areas of the city of fallen buses, all the ones that go to old town, 8, 9, 28, 44, 83, 88, one O 5 and one 50. A train, if you had a day ticket and closed all regional transportation addition to the trolley and buses, you can also take the coastal Pacific surf line train. These lines on the route between San Diego or the city's in California to the north stop of old town. The operated old town historical park has no opening closing time since it's a city district. However, the visitor centers in the museum follow fix open and close in time. So it's from ten to 5. Some days from ten to four 30. So the first conquerors that landed on old town was the North America Pacific Coast in the middle of the 16th century as the cabaret low national monument in San Diego will testify today in 1769 father Jupiter seurat arrived with the aim of establish here a series of mission. There's a total of 21 mission that represent the stronghold of today's California. Today there is enrolled that unites them all known as el Kane morale, the missionary settle on the hill known today as the military for and flat the mission is in Hispanic community soon begin to form at the foot of the hill initially little more than a group of houses made of mud and straw. In 1835, the village was called el pavo. El Pablo de San Diego in gradually developed into the boom that the city experienced in the following century. The history of San Diego's closer than to that of Californian as early inhabited experience, many political transitions, it is incredible to think that those who were born here in the early 19th century changed four nationalities in the course of their lives without even moving from their village. Although the inhabitants of San Diego was initially Spanish in 1821, they became Mexican. After Mexico declared independence from the kingdom of Spain, after a American Mexican war in 1848, California ceased to be part of the Mexican officially in the United States in 1850, during the two year period before becoming a state there. There was political unstable in California. The old town state historical part aims to preserve the rich historical heritage deck. Characterize San Diego between 1821 and 1872 around the central square where the U.S. flag flies, there are still some of the original houses that have been renovated and covered into museum. All the other buildings have been reconstructed to show visit the history of historical part of San Diego, but.

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"san diego" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on What's the 311

"So if you're traveling from by Joe California to see poor village, it's a waterfront shopping area. And a dining complex to the downtown San Diego bay. It's located at 8 8 49 west harbor drive at the intersection of harbor drive and kettner. It houses more than 70 shop galleries, eateries, is 90,000 ft² of waterfront property. So you can also stay like at the hill ten. If you want, if you want to stay in hotels, there's other hotels, I'll show pictures, 'cause I can't think off of my head the name of them. So I want to give you a little bit of information about old town. So San Diego is the oldest city in California. Rather old town is. So if we exclude the Native American villages would be the first settlement on the West Coast, visited today may feel more like entering a theme park than a city old neighborhood. In fact, San Diego's old town is a combination of two, although the heart of the city is located in gas. Lamp quarters within the perimeter of the old town, you can see the first house built in California and discovered the history of San Diego. Starting from the arrival of settlers and missionaries, visiting old town from.

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:10 min | 9 months ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"But let's talk about the rents. Because the rents. If you're not getting any money, if you're not getting it for unit. Then you better be pretty obvious. Then you better be it's good. I hope you work in tech or BioTech because that's those are going to be the tenants. Because the entry level ran is starting at 3700. So 37 50 four 750 ft². For 750 ft², or excuse me, let's just start beginning. So 33 50 or 33 58 actually, so called 33 60 is what gets you a 550 ft² one bedroom. There you go. And those aren't one bedrooms. Those are actually studios. So they're large studios. So they're not really a one bedroom. A large studio. Yeah, exactly. And you know, they're going to have really nice views. I mean, you're going to have the park and the ocean and all the way down to max gal from some of these studio views. There's 8 of those. The two bedrooms are averaging at 750 ft². They rent for 37 44 a month. And then the three bedrooms are averaging 1156 and those rent for about 8000 a month. 79 28. So. Two and a half times the rent. So you got to be making 300 K a year to be in a three bedroom. And you're going to have to be making at least 200 K a year to be in a two. So which is that's pretty normal for new construction here in San Diego. So point being with the affordable with adding the units and everything else to keep the units really nice, the people that are in the affordable realm, there's 18 of those. They're going to get a really nice place to live. It's going to be a beautiful location. San Diego housing is in charge of what tenants will get put in there. Remember, they still have to qualify on credit and everything else. And then they'll get helped with the income side..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"I mean you know so like the university town centre corridor along interstate fifteen which includes beer mesa based on annualized approach both of those areas have have led the region if with rank growth and rents have been rising twenty seven percent and twenty percent over the past twelve months in those areas. So the question becomes is that sustainable right and is that a good thing now. National city was one of those areas that was really hot in the south and that would be considered like one of san diego's more affordable areas. And that only rose. Five point five percent over the month of october so that area which was like an area that was attracting a lot of people that starting to slow as well so when you look at these areas that north county the fifteen corridor north county coastal the beach areas. Pb la hoya places like that you know. Rents have just been going at a blistering pace. I mean it's been pretty crazy it has and it's unsustainable in rents are already incredibly incredibly high so i think that to have a little bit of a slow down a little bit of a readjustment seems pretty reasonable. I don't think it necessarily mean very much to be completely honest. I feel like we're still in a hot rental market and things are still flying off the shelves faster than faster than they probably ever have and ice. We still get calls daily for people that are like can we get on weightless. What's the process to. How do you apply for an apartment. That's even there. And i have great credit. I mean i- i- filter still many calls like that. 'cause i mean some of the highlights to yeah it's crazy and some of the highlights. I mean something to think about so this is from again that coast are and they're tracking net absorption too and that's basically a change in occupancy right absorption for those of you that are familiar with the real estate lingo is basically you know what when empty and what got least right and so so the net. Absorption is about ten thousand two hundred units which has led to record low vacancy rate. Two point two percent. It's a two point to stabilize..

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"san diego" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Will. Thank you lovely gaurav and lovely kids of gaurav for that. Wonderful sunny intro Sunny in show. I think is exactly what we needed. Today it's been a somewhat grim weekend heh in not so sunny uk. Actually as i say that son is streaming in through my window but my goodness me. Saturday was a warning shot. Across the bows of the bleak bleak winter. That is to come. And i spent it watching tennis in san diego where it looks really lovely. No food no fehmi whatsoever. David it'll numb long for sunday to get a tournaments at this time of year for everybody to realize. Oh that's a good idea. that's all gather. Yeah he looks nice. Doesn't it really nice. I mean i know you know they not this tournament together in a master weeks. Didn't think it was a temporary temporary stand. didn't you know obviously if it did become permanent. Fixture on the on the calendar certain elements change. They're probably have bigger facilities and all of that but it seems like the bare bones if you need for for tennis event by that i mean players and sunshine crowd and crowd. It feels like they've they've got all these things. Yes donny velva do. I saw the managing director of the event and it just immediately had a an established tournament. Feel about him as though it's gotta community behind it already and i know about the staging of it. I just know that. When i turned it on it just made the heart seeing quite interesting this elongation of tennis in america. That's happening this year. Normally the us open is sort of the end of that swaying in them. Where into the asian season and here in the uk that means ten is happening in the morning rather than in the evening and night. It's just the different pace but yet the those tournaments in chicago and san diego pretty cool to see them. So well attended and well-supported. Yeah this big markets over there. Tennis at night suits me fall better than tennis in the morning. Say maybe this is just worn goods. Unintended consequence of a pandemic foot for me personally anyway and my and my sleep patterns I've been sunday Together a few years ago after doing it was a at in toronto covering that tournament and went on sunday. Go off to. Its with a with a friend that works to the atp metal look holiday are drove through. That was that was the tournament when the sorry david. The rio olympics started and i discovered that on the west coast of the united states. They don't get things live. Yes oh yes i remember. I remember you being quite this ball. Cruel in search of somewhere that was showing the opening ceremony live. And everybody's sort of confused looked at me and said oh it doesn't stop for three hours a night know all time. We're all missing it and it's like they're living in the past to the future or some sort of suspended times very very strange anyway other than that lovely place. Did you see dolphins. No no wells. I say that because spoiler casper route got his title in san diego and he was presented with a with a dolphin trophy big fan of animal themed trophies fees in general the sounds getting it would seem if the same there hit in san diego dolphin i did. I did go surfing in san diego. I need to discover the beachwear. Windsurfing had been a shark attack the week before but i do didn't discover until afterwards be merrily surfing say good. I had the biggest board in town to help me be goods Yeah slowly not very good. When i did my journalism. Course in nineteen ninety-seven. I went a few days early and ended up having to got surfing in a deserted See that was freezing cold. And i realize it's a bit harder than i thought. Fleming heart surfing that is that is the beauty and the horror of it. So should we start off by talking about sunday. Then saying i very definitely stood in direction. And i've not been to chicago s- affair or astana So let's let's start with what we know and and move it on from there. Casper rude was the champion in san diego. He beat cameron nori six love. Six two in the final. That i stayed up to watch will at least the early stages of last night i fell asleep. Probably a few games in the games. That i'd seen cam nori looked nervous. He was definitely tight and misfiring. But i just expected him to work his way back into the match. You know he'd lost the opening set. She under incredible win that one. We'll talk about it in a moment. Bad law sleeping in that one the day before and i just thought oh no big deal for cameron nori being the competitive that he is to to have a slow start but it turned out to be quite a big deal because casper read just did not give him a chance to get into that much love to in a final against someone is hardened is cam norian and as i say just the competitor that he is. I thought that was pretty incredible at she from casper read. I was not expecting to to wake up. Check the final school. And see that david um me either and i quite like to see them play again in indian wells in about the third round or something to see whether the final elements of that was partially responsible for ferrari sort of failing to give his best. There was a stutthof fight through the. This is a guy who'd been getting seventy percent of his first serves in an having more success on that first than anybody all week and yet here he was halfway through the match need one fourteen percent of his first-serve points in the first set. I mean he just couldn't get it going at all and and i was trying to work out. Is this a styles issue. That he is having a guy do to him what he does to everybody else which is just be everywhere. Keep getting the ball back. Keep pushing but without misfiring never hitting unforced errors and eventually the opponent breaks down. And that's what rude was doing to him and he's just just way better at it. But i think that was joined by just a bad day. Phanari and i and i don't know whether whether it's nerves or all just lack of rhythm on the day but he wasn't. He wasn't there really and yet roots the total opposite in the finals. He he seems to be one of those players who just gets better in the final. And that's that is the ultimate quality really isn't it probably starts to separate you from the pack and gives him a chance of going really further in his career. I think yeah. Where do we sit to right. Cast baru now. That feels like a sort of conversation. We need to have not ready for identity own stuff because it struck me a labor cup that he was introduced as part of a team. Europe squad that rule in the top ten and that's slightly passed me by the route heads entered the top ten. I think just off the back of the us open. I think he got in that week. Did it quite quietly He's now won five titles this season which is the most of anyone on the tour all of them to fifty level. And i just think you know. Do we put him up with his labor cup teammates in europe and and a very sit surpass. Medvedev ruben bertini. It seems.

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"The current military can be housed the train going from north to south. And things like that. Those are usually big projects that have multiple over budget issues and everything else whereas the sports arena is a core deal. The sports arena desperately needs to be redone. It'll bring in better music acts which will benefit the city. Everything would be better with the new sports sports arena is. It's a joke for a city this high or this large. Excuse me so so. It's something that definitely needs. Needs improvement. And i think the housing would be more more. You would have more people benefiting from that housing locally than you would from the larger navy project obviously although over time people would benefit but for the right now probably point. Lomas the best deal. But here's the thing. There's huge pushback on blocking the views of the bay for that project because of the height limitations on it. So you're never gonna make everyone happy at the end of the day bright and it is a picking and choosing but i think at the end of the day and really the reason. Why we're talking about this podcast. Is that the dynamics of san diego. Were changing rapidly and much like other big cities in california. We're now facing those same decisions of you know there's obviously demand for better housing and for better transportation and to bring our city like you said into the future. What's the city gonna look like thirty years from now and this is kinda vision that people are having which you know at the end of the day. We'll see you never really know but the housing is needed and both of these projects. Bring a unique and useful. You know public works type project. You don't type benefit to the people you know and the navy for the economics of the city that the city needs the navy and we should be a good be a good city to work with them and on the other side. I think that the city needs to know for for a city the size of san diego. We basically have one sports team and people say oh. This doesn't matter and it's like it doesn't matter but the economics of that actually helped drive things so it does. It does help it helps to attract jobs. It helps you attract employers when when large companies are looking to cities to expand. They're also looking at the quality of life factors and those are things that are quality of life that are factored in. You know so. San diego is expensive but higher quality of life and things like that those those are all things that help and i just think it drives economics in ways that maybe you don't see so so it'll be interesting so these two projects will keep an eye on. This is becoming obviously contentious issue. It's going to be something that we're probably gonna hear a lot about. I think the point loma one is going to be driven a lot. You know a lot more than the navy one. I think the navy one. They'll quietly work with whoever you're going to work with. And when they feel like presenting it they'll present it. I don't think there's a big push for that. Like there is for point. Loma point lomas already appoint private developers and they're going to want to get rolling on it so that's going to be an interesting one to follow at the sports arena. So thanks for listening today and let us know your thoughts if you have anything lead nahra on our on our side and And thanks for listening this. Been the southern california real estate report..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"It's not great ones so it's an interesting thing to look at and think about because it is going to affect me in my lifetime. Y time i'm retired. This is going to start affecting me. So in my sixties. I'm going to start experiencing my generation's kids vein adults and what does that. What does that world look like. I mean granted you. you know. we're going to be living longer. You know we're gonna have probably an older population to but but if there aren't people actively working in our economy to support a growing population what does that mean so. I don't know it's an interesting point. And i think it's interesting to think about when you are developing because obviously you're not developing for for tomorrow you mean you're not looking for a year from now you're developing possibly for thirty years from now so you do have to kind of it's it's enough of. Its the first real point that i've heard on the you know non developer side that actually kind of made me think. Well you know it's it's it's interesting. I mean some of these some of these projects so the sports arena project. If you're weighing both of these out right and you're saying okay. What is most beneficial to the city. What's most beneficial to the citizens of seeing the ago. What would pick be. And that's just. That's kind of what i was thinking as a big point to bring up. It's like well. You d new construction because we don our construction. It's going to survive for thirty more years. A lot of navy will the worst housing stock and california honestly our housing stock sandiego. If you've ever driven around this city it is funky at best. I mean so. There was a huge at the end of world. War two right when everyone came back all the naval guys came back and point loma was a totally different place. Liberty station was this huge navy base all the way down to the the sub base now so all the housing. That's in san diego. It's either nine thousand nine hundred ninety s spanish colonial or you know the the california style fifty or the the twentieth deco like california are deco styles like out by in south park and the craftsman style. So you have that. And then everything else starts at like nine thousand nine hundred fifty. And it's like this. Huge boom in san diego between fifty and nineteen eighty eight a- and that's what you have so it's not like you know it's dark untouchable moved to san diego unless you're going to build or buy somewhere where you can get that yeah south park. Apparently but yeah. It's an interesting things. We need new. We need better buildings. We need more we do. I mean but but the question is how much do we need and so to answer the question. I was going to say like as far as deciding what is better of these two projects for the citizens of seeing vigo the sports arena. One by far is better. It's better. I mean the the navy one. There's a lot of good housing around and so that right now..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"The benefit of having a core grand central station downtown i think that's a great benefit to the city. I think that twenty five years ago nobody would have envisioned downtown san diego being the residential neighborhood that it is now. Thank funny that you mentioned that. So we had my brother in town from los angeles this weekend and he looked at design skyline. And he's like are there any offices. Downtown san diego hardly any and i was like dot re here right. He's not that many he's he's like that's just so strange to me. It's an interesting right but it's it's near the water it's beautiful. It's a really nice downtown at super walkable. It's it's it's great. And then all i kind of like it because like we're high live now where we live. We're like in. What's i think very quickly becoming like the best part of the city because we're super close to the loya were super close to the ut see where all of the financial services legal real estate accounting all of the the high and stuff that was downtown is now ut and downtown is now residential entertainment between so so it makes it super quick can be downtown in ten minutes can be in the tc and ten minutes basically So so from that standpoint the the core middle of the city and you can see why so much of this development is occurring in mission valley. And and there's so many apartment apartments units being developed and why that's becoming kind of a hot spot because it is. It is the middle of the city. And i think downtown residential will continue to be high end condo. You know and probably a lot of you know. Second homes for people you know. There's a big canadian population here. Is you now that that by stuff. And also the arizona contingent. That's always been coming deer. That buys things so now. You have this new. This new line has not see downtown. Yeah and you have. Yes so you have the to downtown. And you have downtown to the order. So which makes the wealthy mexican poppulation that has been buying in coronado for years you know over in the coronado shores that is almost primarily occupied by either retired navy or very wealthy mexican families that have been coming up here for years..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"She lived an apartment. That was kind of over. You know. I don't know you would say and camino del del rio north or one of those you know. One of those class a. buildings that had the train. Like right outside and you could jump on it and it was. It was convenient right but for work and stuff the way that our city is stretched out. And here's the big argument. Right is is this really. Is this really the the way that seeing the ega wants to develop so the navy on their side is looking for a partner right now. They want to build ten thousand housing units and buildings as tall as three hundred and fifty feet high so those are huge buildings for our skyline. And it's interesting. I guess that as the navy expands here in san diego. San diego is. This is the hub for the pacific fleet. Right so i mean it's it's a huge naval hub and people don't realize like the amount of infrastructure and business that actually hasn't he goes not just the navy itself the supporting businesses so anything south of the golden golden gate bridge. Excuse me the coronado bridge is apparently that whole area down. There is a lot of its navy shipyards and a lot of naval support so you have a lot of fabrication. You have a lot of different industrial uses. All our businesses that are that are helping been serving the military. It's exactly one of the biggest parts of our economy is. Yeah and i don't know how much total personality or you look at the combination of the thirty second street base and what they've built their which thirty second street is a large base. It's it's it's a very big base and there's a ton of housing there but they're looking for more corps officer housing as well. That's all combined into downtown type. Urban living where people can literally walk to and from because the office would be constructed their tail. So it's it's an interesting idea and and you know the other thing is is. We're we're going to to win. This plan started. This was all pre pandemic right. And so we're going to this. Carbon-neutral type design and development aesthetic if been in everyone shooting head to get to this carbon-neutral period that's out in the future. Let's say for san diego. I think it's like twenty thirty five something like that. So a lot of these buildings a lot of these projects are being developed with that in mind and and so the question becomes like now that we've had this pandemic and now everyone's working from home and what percent so originally the sandbag project for the train and everything they were saying that ridership was going to increase right now. The ridership is three percent. And that's not unusual so these urban projects and these big public works projects that get developed in cities. Look let's face it. People love their cars. You know and people don't really get out of their cars. Yeah right. I mean we you and i live closest to the office and i drive every day. I mean i could ride my bike here. You know we cut and we both out granted and of course there is like the safety issues of here. The the streets that we'd be traveling aren't necessarily ideal ideal So you know at the end of the day when you when you when you think about all this stuff. And what's being proposed for the downtown projects. I think i'm i'm pro development and i i look at it as if the navy needs the housing and they need that much housing then let it build it and if it's going and if we're going to get.

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"It's been a very popular and very successful thing out of something that was really negative. I i agree i mean. I've enjoyed the outdoor dining experiences. I think in san diego you know you wanna be outside. Yeah you want to enjoy the weather. It's never and yeah old. They have heaters. Most of them have heaters. It'll be interesting to see. What the co compliance issues are with the heaters what height limits and things like that they have to put on. Yeah and how they deal with those. We've had a few little incident. Instances with windows that we've had to kind of enforce figure out like what to what to do But i feel like most people. Are you know everyone is trying to work together on it. I think it's a really neat idea. I think it's a benefit to a lot of these restaurants that had storefront and now they have some patio Those restaurants that never had patio. I mean what a what a great you know. What a great addition. Yeah i think for this tyvene even though orange county just center it the yellow tier. And we're you know. what are we in. we still orange. And we're actually not that close to being in yellow apparently but orange county. La are who would have guessed but You know as you know it's it's still going to take a while for people to get comfortable at least for someone like me. I guess to get comfortable going back to being in a crowded spaces is being outside. Makes it easier venus. i'd makes it easier. That's definitely true. So i mean that's why i like eating outside. I like eating outside. Because i enjoy being outside. But that's just me. But i i also think that it's just an easier process or an easier transition back to normality to have these outdoor dining spaces totally well. We'll keep an eye on this. This is going to be very interesting. going forward. It's something obviously that's crazy popular so people love it and now people are picking places because of these places that have been built. So that's kind of interesting to you. Know i thought that's san diego for you and general. I mean like if you have an outdoor it's always full. Yeah totally so some light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic. Thanks for listening today. This has been they southern california real estate report phoenix..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Danielle wise coming to you from san diego so 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. Yeah so some places have built some pretty elaborate dining areas exactly so so. They're really nice. They one of the things. That's the kicker to this thing that you know if you are a restaurant owner if you're real estate owner you have to be aware that the city is now gonna come around as part of this. They're going to start enforcing code though. And so one of the things that they're saying is Especially for the fire code. We had a fire. One of our buildings Recently and one of our commercial buildings and so we had to go to one of the tenants talk to him about his temporary setup. You know so. So there's there's things that you know you want help. The tenants and you want the tennis to succeed but also doing things that may cause some kind of harm or you know..

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" 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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"san diego" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"A lot and even just in the course of their tenure of owning this house. There'd been a whole lot of change around it because when they bought it they live way the hell out mature lease but by the time i lived there. They were right smack dab in the middle of arcada which is a little college town roads and lot of like around them changes to the land. That kind of stuff and so my thinking is leticia has always been there. My grandmother just gave her. Name's okay and you think that at any point all your grandmother didn't seem to acknowledge it all admitted she existed. Do you think secretly so itself. She did know soon was there. And that's why she gave it like a female name attached to the paint. And maybe it's possible. I mean it was definitely a female energy. I would say like it was. Yeah it was. It was a. It's a female energy It's it's really hard to say because my grandmother was one of those people where she was right even if she was wrong. You know what i mean. Don't maybe she believed she would never have to herself so interested really does he say one hundred and fifty years old. I mean an by american standard. That's all but realistically that's old anywhere early. Hunanese is at least twelve three or four generations. Isn't it really. And they were born there their own generation. My cousin michael lived there when he was born. I lived there and so it's like so our generation like there's there's probably think we're on probably generation for just for us who've gone in and out of the house not in who the hell knows what happened with whomever had previously fantastic aloof. That story and i love the fact sheet. It's sort of the wisdom of grandparent's where they will attach it to something like a story behind. At least to say you know by the way it's the lady in the painting talking really like that. That's very cool. So what's the story. Behind the cemetery. In san diego santiago and san diego it does not mean a wales vagina despite will ferrell claims in anchorman. Anyway so my best friend. One of my best friends lives in san diego and it was one of the things we actually met on the internet. We've been best friends for shit. Twenty years now started cussing adjective. And so i go visit her almost every year usually in like october november because it is so god rotten hot down there that i do not understand how anybody who chooses to live in cursive climate. The funny part is choose. I was born in san diego. So i actually have like a weird sort of double ties to the area. Okay oh yeah. Dad was in the navy so interestingly of nothing my older sister went to slow with mark hamill's younger brother so someday stock that michigan. I'm going to be like. Hey my brother or your brother knew my sister. So let's make out anyways. So so. I go visit cindy every year in In san diego and they're their old town is this vary lake a super duper touristy. But it's it's touristy for a reason it's a really cool section. It's like the original section of san diego debt was settled aliens. There's a haunted house that's really famous in old town called the whaley house if you ever watched any kind of haunted buildings houses in yeah and so you've seen i've seen the way leo's on..

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"san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"2019. And this is going from 24 in 19 to 50. My goodness, five million plus in 2020 del Mar's was the same. I mean, Dahmer's is very small, so it's hard to have that much of a lot of home turn over, but they had 16 in both years is the rest of San Diego East County. Center City, North County, West North County East is that experience in the same trade upward pressure? All of it? No kidding. No, not just luxury homes. It's everywhere. It's everything. How do we stack up against the rest of California, By the way, is all California experience of this? Are we just talking about San Diego? Because we're in a little little paradise? I think we're probably faring better than other places in California. For sure. I mean, l A has seen a lot of, you know issues with the virus. San Francisco in part, you know, so that's a whole different stratosphere for real estate. Actually, but for you guys, do you guys ever? I mean, you guys laughing us guys that say it's a buyer's market sellers. Is there even such a thing as a buyer's depends what you are desire he cellar, right, you know? Well, because I'm looking at it, even in looking at homes and looking at real estate right now, you know, just because it may favor the cellar price wise. Individual sellers have individual circumstances, right? And that's that's why you have to understand how two people find you if they want to list the home or they want to buy a home and again. Marty is not a paid advertiser. She's just the smartest person I know, in real estate here in San Diego. So are you still taking on clients and such like that? Or you just so busy to chapter like put on a waiting list? No, but that's a really good question. Because if we are too busy, we will refer we will. You know, we don't take on Something that we don't think we can be the best at. But I have five buyer's agents, and we have a listing coordinator in escrow coordinator marketing court, sometimes intense. There's a buyer's agent, the seller's agent. Well, no, my buyer's agents. That's sort of a term they buy and sell, but they're real agent. They are agents. They're real estate agents that are working with our team, so they have the ability to buy represent buyers and sellers. Like we do, And then we have the staff to manage our clients so that it's run. Very streamlined. I thought was even Maxine here today to your mom. I know. How is it The next time your mom's legendary in the real estate is like, how long is she better? The real estate business She has been in since 1976 full time. My mom. She won't be upset with this, but she's 82, she told people to certainly doesn't act like this is the next tour of several times she dances every day, and she has literally more. Energy than I do. She goes from earlier in the morning till later tonight, and she's has no desire to stop it. Let's get her in the studio. Marty Gallons Stubbs. Marty. Gallons is a partner of Maxine and Marty. Gallons real estate, you gotta gallons dot com G. L. L. E. M s and you could take a look at some stuff there. And of course, I appreciate you taking the time to come out today. OK, coming up here? Just a second. I got mayor. Former Mayor Kevin Faulkner is gonna be joining us to talk about putting his hat in the ring his bid. For governor of the state of California. Regardless, if there is a recall effort or not, hey is going to he's going to put his hat in the ring to see if he can run for governor and according to a lot of publications across the country, according even political, which is sort of left winger, everyone sort of betting on Kevin Faulconer because of his Past and taking over for the re called Bob Filner.

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"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"san diego" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"That's not even louis less. I guess it took at least six months so it just shows you. What a hot market. San diego has become for for every level of the market. I think that's what's most interesting is that you have the lower end of the market. That's gained obviously. We have a lot of people that are trying to get into i homes or trying to get into condos and then you have kind of people are trying to move up still and not speaking more and more difficult because the moving up processes harder because what is the second home like what is your next move up point like how do you make that jump from your first home for your second home and then you have you know the part of the market. Maybe i was just talking about like the college like the lower end of the higher end market. And then you have things like this. That are just absolutely extraordinarily high and attract such a different buyer in every part of the market is just being is just getting just know. I can't imagine if you're spending twenty four million dollars on a house. You really concerned all that much about interest rates but right. They're not they're not. It just shows you what type of real estate market where. Yeah i mean in one of the things that was pointed out in this article is you know so. It took six months to sell this. It used to be so the average selling time has been compressed now to hundred and forty six days for homes over four million where it used to be seven hundred and three days a year ago thing has really had an impact. I mean it's clear to me that covid nineteen is definitely creating an impact for the wealthy. The wealthy are getting out of cities that they're not happy. They're looking for value. They're buying in places where i think the person's vying this obviously they're looking for kind of slice of happiness and they want to live on the beach and they can afford to do it and good for them you know and i can see why a these if you're in a very high density city like san francisco or la even coastal la high density. You santa monica and places like that. You're trying to get out of those more crowded areas into this. I mean this is a great spot..

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