Relocating to San Diego?
Are you wondering where to live in the San Diego metro area?
Would you like to work with an experienced and friendly San Diego REALTOR who purposely works with a limited number of clients at one time?
Moving is always a harrowing experience, regardless of the distance. Personally, having the experience from moving from Washington, D.C. to San Diego in 1992, I remember the apprehension and anxiety of a new home, unfamiliar environment, and new – everything. It is only normal, and I can help.
Everyone’s needs and desires are different regarding what they are looking for in a home, neighborhood, and community. Let’s discuss exactly what you are looking for in a community or neighborhood.
Your way of life, family needs, the quality of schools, commuting info, all play a key role in determining the location of your next home in San Diego. Do you desire to live in the metropolitan area of San Diego city or more of a suburban or rural area? And, as always, pricing and what you can afford should always play a part.
By answering some preliminary questions, I can start suggesting some options that might just be right for you and your family.
So what’s it like to live in San Diego, CA? With an average daily temperature of 72 degrees, over 300 days of sunshine, and usually less than 10” of rain per year, it really is like living in paradise. That is why San Diego is such a hot destination not only for Americans but people from around the globe. Couple that with some of the finest schools and universities, gorgeous scenery and cultural sites and events – it’s a city that is hard to beat. Plus we have a low crime rate and minimal traffic. I could go on forever on why San Diego is so wonderful
You’ll be surprised what San Diego has to offer you.
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