Valone continued, "San Diego County is experiencing a dramatic housing shortfall, which is driving housing prices up and forcing tens of thousands of households to commute into Riverside County to find a home they can afford."
Valone said, "The Lilac Hills Ranch project, on the November ballot as Measure B, will have an average lot size of 4,737 sf and an estimated average home size of 2,160 sf., which is 43% smaller than the average size of homes built on estate lots in the County since the General Plan was approved in 2012." Valone continued, "Just this difference in the average size of homes on Estates in the County vs. LHR homes represents over $421,000 increase in price for estate homes."
Measure B San Diego will be on the November 8th ballot to approve a General Plan amendment in northern San Diego County to provide more housing affordable to middle income families. Supporters argue that it would help alleviate the region's severe housing crisis. For more information on Yes on B, click https://yesforbetter.org/
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