Large package of housing reforms, including changes to granny flat rules, heading to San Diego council

San Diego Union-Tribune
A sweeping package of housing incentives and regulation changes is heading to the San Diego City Council for approval this winter. The package includes seven new incentives to spur construction, a small rollback of city rules governing granny flats,
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Will a costlier mortgage scare off San Diego homebuyers?

San Diego Union-Tribune
Higher mortgage rates might not slow the real estate market as much as one might think, said a new study from Redfin, especially in competitive markets like San Diego. The Seattle company’s survey of house hunters found 47 percent would feel an urgency to buy a home if rates rose above 3.
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San Diego in ’22: Experts predict home prices, oil, jobs and more

San Diego Union-Tribune
We asked our panel of San Diego experts to predict what the economy will look like in 2022. Look at the bottom of the article for detailed predictions. Inflation: The economy stands at a pivotal point with regard to whether the recent acceleration in prices becomes embedded in inflationary expectations.
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Gomez Trial Attorneys Announces the Addition of Trial Attorney Jennifer Nelson to San Diego Office

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Jennifer Nelson joins Gomez Trial Attorneys after having worked since 2011 as a criminal prosecutor at both the Fresno County District Attorney's Office and San Diego City Attorney's Office. Jennifer has tried 34 jury trials to verdict,
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