On July 12, 2018, The Baldy View Chapter continued our BIA Luncheon Series with an event in the West Valley.
On Friday, June 15th, BIA Baldy View hosted its 5th Annual Housing Policy Conference in San Bernardino. Speakers on our four panels discussed what current issues the housing market is facing. The event also featured keynote speakers, John Mulville of Metrostudy and Mark Boud of Real Estate Economics.
How can residential developers provide desperately needed housing for Southern California if they can’t secure the water supply to support new growth?
As the County’s Population Increases and Climate Change Impacts Anticipate Longer Periods of Drought, New Sustainable Water Sources will be Key to Region’s Economic Success.
On Wednesday, March 14th, the BIA Baldy View Chapter hosted its High Desert Luncheon Market Forecast & Networking Lunch in Victorville...
On December 20, two important votes were conducted that positively affected residential housing within San Bernardino County.
The BIA Baldy View Chapter’s newly formed Trade-Labor-Workforce Committee is partnering to identify ways to confront the significant shortage of skilled construction labor throughout the County.
Did you catch CBS Sunday Morning this weekend? If you didn't, make sure to watch this piece on the shortage featuring our Chief Economist Rob Dietz.
People of all ages, colors and socioeconomic backgrounds are suffering from the low supply of new housing, which is leading to increased poverty and homelessness throughout California.