Gary was recently interviewed on the American Dream Network regarding the health of the Downtown San Diego Market. Click on the photo above to see the full interview.
Gary London was recently interviewed regarding the San Diego County Board of Supervisor's potential approval of 10,000 new homes in unincorporated portions of the county. Read the KPBS article and see the interview here.
The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce released a study by London Moeder Advisors which finds increased employer dissatisfaction. Read the press release here. Read the full report here.
The London Moeder Report recently released by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce was recently covered by the San Diego Daily Transcript. Read the coverage here. Read the full report here.
London Moeder Advisors has completed this comprehensive analysis which addresses housing issues in the San Diego region and its integrated impact on the overall regional economy in the coming years. This study is an update to our previous study entitled Regional Housing and Economic Impact Analysis (July 2016). The purpose of this report is to [...]
Recently I was engaged in a conversation with a successful investor and portfolio manager who informed me that he is expecting U.S. GDP to expand from 4 to 6% this year. I asked him how he came to that conclusion. It was based, he answered, on his discussions with CEO’s and foreign investors, among others. [...]
Synopsis In this paper, I propose that developers, housing advocates and public agencies within the San Diego Region team to create a ten-year plan to build 17,000 housing units per year, a goal of 170,000 housing units, to rebalance supply and demand. If accomplished, pricing would stabilize, young families could be housed and the “crisis” [...]
By Gary H. London Senior Principal, London Moeder Advisors The inevitable arrival of autonomous vehicles (AV), will be a game-changer for Cities and real estate developers. Here is my breakdown on some of the more interesting possible impacts: On Construction: Enhances Feasibility Our pro forma analysis suggests that the cost of construction would be reduced [...]
By Nathan Moeder The Millennial generation, our nation’s largest population cohort, is growing up. Born between the early 1980s and 2000, this “bucket” of people which numbers over 82 million, with the oldest being 37 years old. Many demographers and marketing “experts” thought they knew this generation and its life desires. But I believe that [...]
So, you think that smart buildings, permanent youth, always urban, shared working space and tiny homes are forever? Think again. On being niche By Gary H. London The inspiration for this paper is the many changes in our lives and marketplace that people seem to regard as permanent. They mostly are not. Trends and concepts [...]