Will rental rates go up?

for rentAccording to an article by U-T San Diego, more landlords in San Diego county are considering or actively raising rents on their tenants. This is in response to a better economy overall.

A decade ago, the annual rental rate growth was 6% — but it is currently only 2%, with the raising competition from the for-sale housing market cited as the reason for this slower rate increase.

It’s much easier for potential homebuyers to ease their way into the national and San Diego real estate market because of the low mortgage rates and rising real estate prices. Perhaps it’s time for you to also consider buying a home? Give me a call today and let me assist you in your home search!

– John A Silva | (619) 890-3648
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John Silva has over 21 years experience in residential real estate. He is a San Diego native, specializing in helping sellers & buyers, with extra experience in: modifications, short sales, and negotiation.
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3 thoughts on “Will rental rates go up?

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    1. John A Silva Post author

      It is expected that rental rates in Residential Housing will increase. With low inventory of Real Estate Sales and general housing shortage in one of America’s Finest City. Thank you for your comments!

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