As San Diego grapples with a growing housing crisis, a disconnect exists between where jobs are expected to be and where housing can be built. And, employer satisfaction regarding the housing supply has sunk to a new low. These are the key findings of a study released June 26 by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, which updates a 2016 study authored by London Moeder Advisors. The San Diego County Housing Study & Economic Impact Analysis projects specific housing-type shortages in North County, where there is a substantial imbalance of housing and jobs, and includes a survey of employers’ views on how the lack of reasonably priced housing is affecting talent attraction efforts.
Housing Study Reveals Disconnect between Jobs and Housing
July 12, 2018