San Diego is one of the best places to live with nearly
perfect weather year-round, stunning scenery, trendy eateries, popular burger
joints, notable fine dining establishments, an unrivaled craft brewery scene, amazing
beaches, plenty of fun activities (such as the world-famous San Diego Zoo,
SeaWorld, Legoland, and Balboa Park… just to name a few) and the Southern
Do I want to be close to the beach? Generally,
the closer to the beach the smaller and more expensive the house.
Do I want an old home or a newer one (that
question alone will eliminate some areas or highlight others)?
There are many diverse communities that attract different
people for various reasons (it is best to talk to your real estate advisor
about the different communities in San Diego, they are all so different and
special for their own reasons). The following links provide a glimpse into San
Diego neighborhoods. However, the best way to get to know an area is spend some
time there, look at some homes, grab food and get a feel for the area.
Communities from South (close to Mexico) to North (bordering Camp Pendleton)