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Due Diligence In Real Estate Acquisitions

When buying real estate, completing a thorough due diligence investigation is paramount. After the acquisition closes, the property is yours – along with all of its unique benefits and challenges. At that point, it is too late to address issues with the previous ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, Property Condition Assessment, Bill Kennedy

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2020 Update: State of Regional Shopping Centers

In early-2019, I wrote an article for Xpera’s newsletter about regional shopping centers in San Diego County.

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

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Build-For-Rent Communities: The Safest Bet For Post-Covid-19 Real Estate Investment

The impact of COVID-19 on Americans has been intense and will likely be long-lasting. A new, heightened awareness of the dangers of infectious disease could impact the decisions that we make for years to come. This is especially true in terms of where people ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, Market Research, Trends, Rami Chehabi

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Resurgence of Suburbia post Covid-19?

Lasting Impacts of COVID-19 on California Development

COVID-19 has forever changed America’s image of what constitutes a safe residential community. Once considered the epitome of the America Dream, ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, CM/Development Services, California, Bill Kennedy

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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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Untangling the Knot: COVID-19's Impact on the Building Industry

By Ted Bumgardner, Justin Cox and Brian Hill

Topics: Construction Delay Claims, Real Estate Development, Construction Forensics, Construction Claims, 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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Multi-Family Investments: Still a Safe Haven?

Multi-family investments have always been a safe haven for investment dollars. But, is this changing?

Topics: Real Estate Development, CM/Development Services, Apartments, Multifamily, Publications, Real Estate Asset Management, Bill Kennedy

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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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