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COVID-19 and the San Diego Economy

The impact of COVID-19 on our economy is unmistakable. Is it like 1929? I think not. Is it very serious? Absolutely. But, to accurately gauge the severity of the situation, we need to look at the national economy, first and ...

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, San Diego, California, Publications

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Densification and Urbanization: Practical Solutions to Our Housing Shortfall

As a fairly new country (compared to, say, those in Europe and Asia), the United States started out with very few cities. In 1800, almost the entire population lived in rural areas. As industrialization took off, the economic shift produced the rise of ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, CM/Development Services, San Diego, Apartments, Affordable Housing, Publications

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OH MY! OTAY! - Development in South San Diego County

I recently had the opportunity to prepare a utility demand forecast for the Otay Water District. After completing my on-line research and chatting with a few border-friendly clients, I took the occasion to spend a day at the border.

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, San Diego, Market Research, California, Land Development

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UCSD La Jolla Campus: Evolution & Future Growth

Alan Nevin is an Advisory Board Member for UCSD's Real Estate Development Department.

There’s a battle afoot among University of California campuses when it comes to enrollment growth. UCSD is currently in third place ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, San Diego, Market Research, Land Development

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California Dreamin' - State Economy in 2019

The Mamas and the Papas got it right!

Topics: Economics, Alan Nevin, Market Research, California

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Fire Up the Barbie: Australia is Coming to Southern California

Australia is now in its 28th consecutive year without a recession. The population of Australia is pushing 25 million, almost the same as the population of Southern California.

Why can’t we in Southern Californians emulate Australia?

Topics: Economics, California

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The Future of Golf: A Golden Opportunity to Increase the Housing Supply

Over the past decade, more than 1,000 golf courses have closed across the country. In all honesty, many of them should never have been built. They were built solely to facilitate the marketing of new homes or new hotels, but never made economic sense. Between 2002 ...

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, CM/Development Services, Market Research, real estate advisory

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Densification, Parking and Future Planning in San Diego

San Diego isn’t Manhattan or San Francisco and never will be. But, it can be built out with higher-density building product that will accommodate a broad range of buyer and renter types.

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, San Diego, Market Research

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The Time Has Come to Reconfigure Regional Shopping Centers

Once upon a time, regional shopping centers were king. They were the destination for everyone’s shopping. They had a real purpose.

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, San Diego, Market Research, Real Estate Asset Management

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New Short-Term Rental Regulations: Will Comic-Con Stay?

October 22 Update: Since writing this article, the City council today has decided to rescind the short-term rental regulations with a vote 8-1. 


Last year, HomeAway, the vacation rentals brand owned ...

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, Rental Property, Residential, real estate advisory

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