Nearly all of San Diegans are renters, however rents are loopy costly as a result of provide is so low. Only a few new properties are constructed, so these which are offered include a steep worth. The common house in San Diego sells for $900,000.
How did we get right here? What prompted our area’s housing disaster? How will we repair it? What do we have to do to construct extra properties San Diegans can afford?
Tony and Juan get solutions to those questions from two of the area’s main housing advocates, Lori Pfeiler and Hannah Gbeh, on this episode of Expensive San Diego.
Along with housing coverage and politics, Lori and Hannah speak about what it’s like working in an enviornment largely dominated by males on the high of the meals chain.
Lori is CEO of San Diego County Constructing Business Affiliation, and Hannah is the group’s vp of presidency affairs.
Lori turned some heads when she was named CEO of the BIA in 2021. She turned extra heads when she employed Hannah because the BIA’s outreach to authorities.
The duo lead a venerable group dedicated to constructing properties for all San Diegans, unwinding many years of dangerous housing insurance policies, advocating for fewer rules and extra housing (particularly center earnings housing our area desperately wants), and supporting candidates and politicians who assist the BIA’s mission.
The Expensive San Diego podcast with Tony Manolatos and Juan Hernandez is produced by JC Polk of Olas Media on the digital branding firm’s studios in Mission Valley.