Tuesday , June 18 2024

Real Estate

Inland housing market looks solid

Like all of Southern California, the Inland Empire posted strong housing numbers in September, both in sales and in median prices. Sales in Riverside and San Bernardino counties last month were up 12.6 percent and 6.9 percent respectively compared with September 2014, according to data released Monday by CoreLogic in …

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Prime Inland retail site on the market

University Village

One of the Inland Empire’s premiere retail locations is up for sale. University Village, at the northeast corner of University and Iowa avenues, is on the market for $46 million, according CBRE Group Inc., which is marketing the property. Described as a “one of a kind” trophy asset, the property …

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Tour of Inland industrial sites gets a slight makeover

NAIOP Inland Empire Schedules Real Estate Tour.001

This year’s tour, scheduled to be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 5, will be separated into four zones – two on the west side and two on the east side – said Robert Evans, executive director of NAIOP’s Inland Empire chapter. The tour, which is about 15 …

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Local foreclosures edge down

Local foreclosures edge down

Foreclosures in the Inland Empire dropped slightly in August. The region’s foreclosure rate was 0.7 percent, down 0.2 percent compared with August 2014, according to data released Tuesday by CoreLogic in Irvine. Overall, 5,764 foreclosures were completed in the Inland region during that 12-month period, down from 6,697 completed foreclosures …

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Inland retail shows growth

Inland retail shows growth

The Inland Empire’s retail market showed steady improvement during the third quarter, with nearly 160,000 square feet of positive net absorption recorded during that time. More than 304,000 square feet of retail space was under construction in Riverside and San Bernardino counties as the quarter ended, according to Voit Real …

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Inland foreclosures decline

Real Estate Good in Inland Empire

Foreclosures in the Inland Empire were down year-over-year in July, according to data released Friday. The rate of foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans in the Inland region that month was 0.72 percent, down from 0.97 percent in July 2014, Irvine-based CoreLogic stated in its monthly report on U.S. foreclosures. That …

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