Up Close And Local: San Diego Market Update
Is there smooth sailing ahead for San Diego?
San Diego is a chronically undersupplied apartment market. While it is one of the most expensive housing markets in the country, the business and lifestyle environment keep demand steady and strong.
Occupancy tends to hold relatively constant, regardless of building volumes. The rent growth pace can fluctuate, but recently posted prices are solid. Can that momentum be sustained?
Join RealPage experts Greg Willett and Adam Couch as they explore the various apartment sector influences that move the needle on overall performance in the San Diego area.
- Strengths and weaknesses in the local economy
- Affordability challenges in one of the country’s most expensive markets
- Neighborhood-level performance variation
Greg facilitates the alignment of the firm’s technology and analytics solutions with rental housing sector needs and opportunities. He is well versed on rental housing market fundamentals and activity nationally, by metro and in individual neighborhoods. Greg is active in industry organizations such as the National Multifamily Housing Council, the Urban Land Institute and the National Apartment Association. He provides commentary for national and local business media.
Adam CouchMarket Analyst, RealPage, Inc.
Adam Couch is a Market Analyst for RealPage, Inc. He is the co-host of RealPage’s weekly market webcasts that feature analysis and insights on macro and micro level trends shaping national and local apartment performance. Adam also has been a featured speaker at several multifamily housing industry conferences and regularly provides commentary for national and local business media. Prior to joining Realpage, Adam worked in the foreign exchange and futures industry where he focused specifically in capital markets.
He received his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of North Texas. Adam was also a part of the Student Investment Group and travelled extensively throughout China, where he studied international policy and its impact on macroeconomics.