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February 18, 2019

California’s GDP is 5th largest in the world

California, the nation’s most populous state and the most widely traveled, boasts incredible geographic features (The Sierra Nevada mountain range, Yosemite National Park and Half Dome, to name a few) and an abundant Pacific coastline sprayed with sunny beaches and massive metropolises including Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco. The aptly named Golden State symbolized opportunity during the gold rush in the mid-1800s, and today it continues to be a beacon of economic prosperity in the modern era.

California’s iconic status is well known around the globe thanks in big part to Hollywood’s perpetual factory of entertainment and the latest technological innovations coming out of Silicon Valley, Silicon Beach (Santa Monica and West Los Angeles) and emerging tech hot springs in the South Central Coast including Goleta and Santa Barbara. While these are the cultural elements that are consistently broadcast, California enjoys many other accolades including thriving business sectors. The agriculture, aerospace and biotech industries in the state compete on a global level, for example.

California possesses favorable conditions for investors and economic opportunists looking to invest in the region, particularly in commercial real estate.

We’ve highlighted some of the key factors that make California, and more specifically Southern California and the South Central Coast, a desirable commercial real estate market to expand and bolster economic portfolios, including: economic statistics, foreign investments, tourism and population growth.

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