headlines this week, the San Diego County Apartment Association’s
Spring 2014 Vacancy and Rental Rate survey has been featured in local
and national news about the region’s rental housing market. Commentators
noted the recent data indicating that the San Diego region is at
near-record levels for low apartment vacancies and consumers agree with
many complaining it has rarely seemed more difficult to find a rental
unit. The survey joins a local debate about what policymakers can do to
avoid a rental housing crisis in San Diego and encourage development of
new rental housing stock.
The Vacancy and Rental Rate survey is made available to SDCAA members in the RentalOwner magazine.
SDCAA’s popular survey was featured in national and local outlets. Check out a few from the collection below.
Click here to read the Trulia Property Agent’s blog on the state of the tight San Diego rental market.
Click here to see George Chamberlin’s take in “Money in the Morning.”
Click here to read analysis from the San Diego Daily Transcript’s real estate reporters.
Click here to read UT San Diego’s Jonathan Horn on the difficulties of finding a rental in San Diego today.
View the Times of San Diego piece on our survey by clicking here.
10 News San Diego featured the vacancy rate drop as a lead story in this week’s newscast.
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