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  • Rising Multi-Family Rents Lure More Investors

    As San Diego rents continued their growth through 2014, and are projected to follow a similar upward trend, investors are looking to establish a presence in the market, or cash in on their existing asset while values rise. At the end of Q1, the average rent rate in San Diego stood at $1,596 per month, according to Marcus & Millichap. Recently, deals worth more than $50 million were completed across San Diego, involving residential assets.

    San Diego 01 May 2015 20:26

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