Properties to Develop

All of the parcels of land within our diversified portfolio of over 38 properties are located within a 1 – 10 mile radius from these recreational lakes and are ready to be developed. Each property is unique but all are suitable for building a lovely home, retreat cabin, or even a condominium complex, and some are ideal for commercial projects, such as a winery, restaurant, timeshare, and many other options. The lands are rich in minerals and nutrients and are well-suited for planting gardens, fruit trees or even small, self-sustaining farms. These idyllic mountain properties are set deep in nature surrounded by flowers and exotic fauna. San Bernardino is considered one of the most beautiful forest reserves in the State of California. All the properties are within reasonable proximity to schools, recreational amenities, restaurants and shopping, but afford the privacy of a mountain retreat, quaintly nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Property values in these magnificent residential, resort and retirement areas have quadrupled in the last 10 – 15 years and are forecast to double, triple or even quadruple in value in the next ten years to come. As the population continues to increase at a staggering rate, people will continue to flock to San Bernardino in search of quality of life and real estate values with long-term growth potential.


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San Bernardino Properties

Address ZIP Code Lot Sq Ft APN
Pine/Upper Road Etc, 92305 14,876 0305-072-15-0000
Upper Boulder Rd. 92382 2,491 0327-073-30-0000
Hill, Arrow Bear Pk.  92382 2,500 0327-112-76-0000
Hill, Arrow Bear Pk.  92382 2,500 0327-112-78-0000
Avenue G, Big Bear 92408 2,500 0315-016-05-0000
Hwy 18, Arrow Bear Pk 92382 4,311 0327-116-14-0000
Hwy 18, Arrow Bear Pk 92382 4,046 0327-116-15-0000
Hwy 18, Arrow Bear Pk 92382 5,618 0327-116-17-0000
Hwy 18, Arrow Bear Pk 92382 5,534 0327-116-18-0000
Conway Dr. Arrow Bear Pk. 92382 2,875 0327-189-52-0000
Conway Dr. Arrow Bear Pk. 92382 2,775 0327-189-53-0000
 Little Bear Creek Rd 92321 3,055 0330-025-12-0000
Acacia Rd, Lake Arrowhead 92352 2,392 0330-071-08-0000
29701 Hickory Dr 92321 1,750 0330-072-82-0000
Lignum Vitae Dr. Cedar Glen 92321 5,279 0330-111-28-0000
29887 Hickory Dr. Hook Creek 92321 2,800 0330-112-11-0000
Lignum Vitae Dr. Cedar Glen 92321 3,632 0330-113-22-0000
Eucalyptus Rd 92352 3,300 0330-124-31-0000
Eucalyptus Rd. Lake Arrowhead 92352 3,200 0330-124-32-0000
Pine Dr 92352 3,000 0330-203-45-0000
600 Coulterr Dr. Hook Creek 92352 3,143 0330-221-06-0000
596 Coulter Dr. Lake Arrowhead 92352 3,129 0330-221-09-0000
519 Coulter Dr. Lake Arrowhead 92352 4,196 0330-222-37-0000
Acacia Rd, Valley of The Moon 92325 22 0339-141-61-0000
Marion Dr. Sawpit Canyon 92321 2,500 0341-242-46-0000
Sand Hill Rd. Cedarpines Park 92322 2,500 0342-032-18-0000
Deer Run Rd. Cedarpines Park 92322 2,230 0342-122-54-0000
Burnt Mill Canyon Rd. 92322 2,530 0342-124-15-0000
Cold Springs Rd 92322 4,671 0342-232-11-0000
Waters Dr. Cedarpines Pk. 92322 3,237 0342-255-33-0000
Waters Dr 92322 3,237 0342-255-34-0000
Mojave River Area 92322 2,518 0343-024-20-0000
Boaz Rd 92408 3,592 0339-146-05-0000
Mojave River Area 92322 4,245 0343-074-02-0000
Cerdar Pines Dr 92322 2,529 0343-274-45-0000

 

Prospects for 2018

And this will be a growing problem more broadly for potential investors in LA, with a lack of value add and diminishing core opportunities, says Bohlinger who says “the real challenge is going to be finding product.” “As we’ve continued to see in the first quarter, there is an abundance of capital, but only a modest level of new offerings.” Despite the supply constraints, and some record-setting prices (for example, the Westside’s record high price in some cases has exceeded US$1,200 per-square-foot), LA transaction volumes are likely to continue to grow at a moderate pace during the coming year – barring any sudden unexpected increase in interest rates. “The potential for inflationary pressure caused by rising wages and record low unemployment pose a potential threat to economic growth,” notes Doupe. “Overall though, investors will continue to see LA as an attractive opportunity.” Click to read more about cross-border investment into real estate.

Investors are going to town

All of which is acting as a powerful lure for investors. “The industry mix affords more protection against volatile economic swings, providing more stable investment opportunities,” explains Doupe. “Transit and infrastructure developments are also supporting sustainable growth, which is another attractive quality for investors.” Sovereign wealth funds – which typically access the market through joint venture partnerships with local operators to leverage their local market knowledge – have been especially active in targeting large core and core plus investments. Meanwhile, value-add equity and debt fund strategies represented over half the funds raised in 2017. Investor activity has been broad-based, reflecting the city’s economic diversity. The industrial sector, which has been a powerhouse across the country, made up 30 percent of flows in 2017, with retail accounting for 17 percent and hotels six percent. “The rise of ecommerce is driving demand for distributors throughout LA and the Inland Empire, and investment activity is following suit,” notes Doupe. While office investment was strong in 2017, seeing 47 percent of the total flows, “there was a lack of office opportunities for the amount of capital hunting for properties,” he adds.

City of attractions

Connectivity to the rest of the United States has been a crucial part of Los Angeles’ success in attracting investment in recent years. Increasingly the region’s port and airport have become main entry points for the Pacific Rim countries, with international passenger traffic rising 8.7 percent in 2017. Size and economic strength are also critical factors. “With 10 million people living in LA, representing a quarter of California’s population, the market has metropolitan scale and market size to support healthy investment activity,” notes David Doupe, Americas Capital Markets with JLL. “Meanwhile, the LA economy is highly diversified, but also one of the largest in the U.S. in terms of output.” So while Los Angeles was originally slower to recover from the recession than Northern California, its subsequent growth has been built on a broader industry base. “That provides a more sustainable economy, with no real single industry sector risk,” says Tom Bohlinger from JLL’s LA Capital Markets team. In addition, Los Angeles has successfully groomed clusters of specialization, most notably in the tech, media and new media sectors, said Bohlinger noting major new commitments to the city from industry giants.

Sunny investment climate

LA has emerged as leader of the pack of city ‘Contenders’ that have been closing the gap on the ‘Big Seven’ (London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul), established world cities that have, traditionally, been the most successful in attracting global real estate investment. These contenders are all starting to acquire many – or most – of the attributes of the top cities: gateway connectivity to their national and continental economies, effective metropolitan scale and market size, the trust of global capital, a diverse talent pool and multiple clustered specializations. LA’s relative affordability and availability of product in comparison to other global gateway markets is key to its appeal for investors, especially foreign ones, says Pranav Sethuraman, Global Capital Markets Research with JLL. “Strength and diversity of the local economy” also plays a part, he adds.
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