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Report Points To Economic Impact Of San Diego County’s Housing Crisis

The Civita housing development in San Diego, June 30, 2017.

Photo by Nicholas McVicker

Above: The Civita housing development in San Diego, June 30, 2017.

Report Points To Economic Impact Of San Diego County's Housing Crisis

GUESTS:

Gary London, senior principal, London Moeder Advisors

Transcript

An analysis of San Diego County’s housing crisis finds that the lack of affordable housing is beginning to affect the region’s economy.

The report, commissioned by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, is a follow-up to one conducted in 2016. According to the numbers in the report, the region is not meeting the housing goals needed to meet demand and not building the types of housing that will satisfy the needs of San Diegans through the middle of the century.

Gary London, senior principal at the real estate analysis firm London Moeder Advisors, joins Midday Edition Thursday to discuss the report findings.

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