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Inland Empire News

John Mulville and Mark Boud Speak At Building Industry Association’s Housing Policy Conference

On Friday, June 15th, the Building Industry Association (BIA) Baldy View Chapter hosted its 5th Annual Housing Policy Conference in San Bernardino. The event consisted of four discussion panels and keynote speeches delivered by Metrostudy’s Regional Director John Mulville and Chief Economist Mark Boud. Over 200 people attended the event, including many of the region’s elected …

Regional Director John Mulville Speaks at the Southern California Appraisal Institute’s Market Trends Seminar

Metrostudy’s Inland Empire Regional Director, John Mulville, spoke at the Southern California Chapter of the Appraisal Institute on June 7, 2018. The event, which was the 21st Annual Market Trends Seminar, drew a large crowd. Mulville focused particularly on new home sales in the Inland Empire region of Southern California, and offered attendees, made up …

Southern California’s Regional Director, John Mulville, Featured Speaker at Lambda Alpha International

Southern California’s Regional Director John Mulville was the featured speaker at Lamda Alpha International – Land Economics Society in Newport Beach on October 16, 2017.  John outlined current housing market economics in Southern California and a discussion on home buyer mobility rates, builder lot options and supply constraints in the Southern California market.

INLAND EMPIRE HOUSING 1Q17: Demand Heads East – Surging Coastal Prices Drive Buyers in Search of Affordable Alternatives

The combination of an improving employment picture and the increasing price differential between home prices along the coast and those observed in the Inland Empire are driving demand for homes east, into San Bernardino and Riverside County. Quarterly New Home Starts in Riverside County decreased 4.5% YoY, while 1Q17 starts in San Bernardino County are …