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wreg awardsToday, as head of the Wolf Real Estate Group in Carmel Valley, he has established his reputation for negotiating residential and commercial sales, and real estate mortgages. He works with all lenders, and counsels his clients on the best way to structure their mortgage. He has a keen understanding  of the intricacies of each market and community, and effectively tailors his services to yield an efficient and desirable result for his clients.
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  • Rents In San Diego To Grow Faster

    sangregorioRent in San Diego County is expected to rise faster over the next two years than the rest of Southern California, said a study released Tuesday. Researchers found a lack of new construction, mixed with employment and population growth, mean San Diego’s rent should increase by $155 a month by 2018. The study from the University of Southern California’s real estate school, and prepared by Los Angeles-based Beacon Economics, said San Diego’s rent increases will outpace those in Orange County, Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire.

    Higher rents mean more profits for real estate investors, who are paying record-setting amounts to acquire rental units.

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  • Strong wage growth and level home prices buoy California housing affordability

    carmel brooks1Higher wages and lower seasonal home prices combined to push California housing affordability higher in the first quarter of 2016, compared to the previous quarter, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) said today. Affordability was flat when compared to the previous year as rising home price offset income gains.

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  • Preview This Carmel Valley Home Before It Hits the MLS

    4009 Carmel Brooks Way, San Diego, CA 92130
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    • Bedrooms: 3
    • Bathrooms: 3
    • Sq. Ft.: 1,803

    4009 Carmel Brooks Way

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  • Leucadia housing project moves forward

    Though still not perfect, the newly revised plans for a contentious, higher-density housing project in Leucadia are far better than the previous versions, Encinitas planning commissioners agreed last week. The panel voted unanimously Thursday to certify the project's environmental impact report and approve the development permits. This was the project's second time before the commission. Last month, commissioners declared the project lacked variety in its proposed housing designs, landscaping and driveway surface materials.

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  • Chargers Release Plan for Downtown Stadium

    The Chargers released a conceptual plan Thursday for a 61,500-seat stadium with a retractable roof, an adjoining convention center featuring a rooftop “sky garden,” and a new 2-acre park. Project architect David Manica stressed that “we have not dropped a spaceship” into what he said is an admittedly tight downtown site,

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