San Diego Condos

Written by Helen Glenn Court
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Investing in San Diego condos, whether as a place to live to an investment, lays the hot spot of southern California at your feet. San Diego is a marvelous place to live--as both the real estate boom of the last 10 years and its 10,000 years of history bear witness. Furthermore, if you think about the fact that 35 percent of the one million housing units are multi-unit buildings, San Diego condos seem like an easy as well as economical choice.

Choosing among San Diego Condos

Are you a pet owner wanting to live in one of the downtown neighborhoods, right at the heart of San Diego? If so, you're in luck. Only one condominium does not allow pets--Columbia Place in the Marina district. Most of the condominiums in downtown are high-rise buildings, the product of the real estate boom. The neighborhoods include Columbia Core, Cortez Hill, East Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Horton Plaza, Little Italy, and the Marina district.

Of course, you'll find plenty of options to buy San Diego condos in other neighborhoods as well. The view from any of them will be a delight all months of the year, and the amenities of the greater San Diego county area within easy reach. After all, the white beaches and splendid surf of the Pacific Ocean are on one side of you, and the Laguna Mountains on the other.

You can't go wrong with such varied landscapes and a year-round temperate climate! One way to start your search--and online is the most convenient place to do this--is to narrow your preference to a downtown, ocean, desert, or mountain community. Read up on each, get a sense of place, and then go for it! After all, as Oprah Winfrey often says, you get in life only what you have the courage to ask for.


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