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  • Oceanside M-F Asset Commands Record Per-Unit Price

    The San Diego residential market recently recorded a substantial deal when a rental townhouse development was purchased, setting a per-unit record in terms of the fee. The property is located in the Oceanside submarket of San Diego, and formerly owned by ConAm Group, who sold the property to L.A.-based investor, TruAmerica Multifamily, part of a joint venture with Guardian Life Insurance, the San Diego Union-Tribune writes. The total fee that ConAm received for its asset stood at around $81 million, with the per-unit rate at approximately $366,516, a record for Oceanside a record for the submarket.

    San Diego 19 November 2013 18:27

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