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The following are research reports and information relevant to current issues facing the building industry.

 

BIA San Diego Housing Cost Study 2015

This report presents an objective analysis of the cumulative economic impact of government fees, regulations, and requirements on the cost of new single and multi-family housing, including both purchased and rented units, in various jurisdictions in San Diego County.

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Final CA Affordable Housing Cost Study Report – Oct 2014

This study shows data that was collected and analyzed from hundreds of multi-family projects completed in California during the past decade, resulting in the largest and most comprehensive data set of its kind ever assembled for the state.

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2014 Economic Benefits of Housing – Sept. 2014 Update

“The housing industry is one of California’s most visible and far-reaching industries. On the most basic level, the state’s housing stock provides shelter for its current and future residents and offers a variety of real estate ownership and investment options, while construction of new housing units supports jobs and expands the housing stock.”

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Codes and Standards Residential Indoor Water Use

“California has made great progress in reducing internal water use in newly constructed homes through the implementation of California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen) and updated plumbing fixture standards. Existing homes now represent a much greater savings potential than newly constructed homes in California since CALGreen’s implementation.”

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San Jose State IZ Study 2012

“Inclusionary zoning, also known as below-market housing mandates, is now in place in one-third of California cities and is spreading around the United States.”

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