San Diego Appraiser Blog

November 29th, 2018 1:12 PM

There has been very significant upward pressure on apartment rents throughout San Diego County through 2018.  San Diego Apartment rental rates have increased approximately 6%, per year on a compounded basis.  Month-to-month apartment tenants typically pay rents that are approximately 10% higher than a tenant that commits to a full year lease.  Apartment managers have commenced very high tenant screening standards, are requiring higher deposits, proof of apartment insurance, annual walk-through inspections, and stricter lease terms. The high cost of residing in San Diego has caused an increase in out-migration of some residents.  However, the demand for rentals still far exceeds the supply.

 

According to Marcus and Millichap, developers are underway with 7,800 apartments with delivery dates extending into 2021.  More than 40 percent of this pipeline will be finalized in the next three quarters.  Most of these new multi-family projects are high end and near the urban core.  



Posted by Jennifer Chandos on November 29th, 2018 1:12 PMLeave a Comment

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June 24th, 2014 10:33 AM

Apartment vacancy fell to 2.8 percent this year, according to the San Diego County Apartment Association (SDCAA). That is down from 4.5 percent in 2013. This is the lowest rate since 2002, when it was at 2.5 percent. The current average rent rate for a studio apartment is $901, for a one-bedroom it is $1,092, for a two-bedroom it is $1,347, and for a three or more bedrooms it is $1,716.

The favorable demand for rentals has attracted increased investment.   Below is the most recent multi-family data for San Diego County.

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