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 Ocean Development, housing development
  investors benefiting from increased urban
                development
 A shift towards cities and away from the suburbs has given a boost to inner city housing
 developers and investors like Ocean Development and owners Amy and Kip Cyprus.

 Since the housing shakeup, Americans have been trickling out of the suburbs and finding their
 way into cities, where they are finding robust residential and commercial developments to meet
 their needs.

 A number of factors, from tighter mortgage requirements to higher fuel prices, have contributed
 to a preference for renting and a desire for shorter commutes. And, the resulting exodus from
 the outer reaches of the suburbs has led to a shift in housing and property development away
 from sprawling housing developments and towards urban redevelopment and multi-family
 housing.

 Ocean Development, which is owned and operated by company President Amy Cyprus, has put
 itself in a perfect position to help these new urban dwellers find quality housing, while also
 making sound property investments in a changing landscape. America is more urban than it has
 ever been. According to the 2010 Census, more that 80 percent of the nation’s population
 resides in urban environments, and that figure is expected to grow.

 Even in cities like Detroit – long maligned for inner-city poverty and decay – a combination of
 redevelopment and greater demand for urban living has spurred growth in property investment
 and urban development, and attracted upscale retail outlets like Whole Foods.
In Los Angeles, the trend is similar. The city, which covers 60 square miles and holds more than
880,000 people, is in a constant state of improvement. Through projects like the $19.2 billion
development for the Los Angeles Unified School District, the city is continuously adding newer,
more modern facilities.

This is great news for investors and developers like Cyprus, who has carved out a niche
developing and managing rental property for private investors in the Los Angeles area. Their
boutique investment service provides a “hands off” option for investing that saves investors the
pain of landlord/tenant relationships.

With the right strategy, this new housing landscape is a rich environment for urban housing
development and investment. Cyprus and her team at Ocean Development are poised to take
full advantage for investors.

Cyprus and her husband Kip were married in 1991. At the time, Kip Cyprus was in trust deed
sales. Together, Kip and Amy began buying and selling property. Amy has continued to add and
maintain multi-family housing units over the years.




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Description: A shift towards cities and away from the suburbs has given a boost to inner city housing developers and investors like Ocean Development and owners Amy and Kip Cyprus.