San Diego Real Estate Agents

Written by Helen Glenn Court
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If you're new to the area, San Diego real estate agents have both the expertise and necessary up-to-the-minute market data you need. It's a competitive market, a seller's market. To make the most of what will be a marvelous investment, you probably do not want go it alone. Your goal is to find a house you'll be happy living in for years to come in an area that's been extolled for hundreds of years.

San Diego has a long and interesting history, a glorious year-round temperate climate, world-renowned surfing beaches, and a character of its own, as all San Diego real estate agents will remind you. Two hours to the north is Los Angeles. Less than an hour to the east are the Laguna Mountains, where you can hike, picnic, rock climb, and even cross-country ski in the winter.

Your job is to know what kind of house you want, and the type of neighborhood. The more familiar you can become with San Diego, then, the better prepared you'll be to work with San Diego real estate agents. First, don't be too confused by the different references to San Diego. The county--population three million--begins at about Del Mar in the north and rolls down Imperial Beach and the Mexico border in the south. San Diego County has a population of three million. The city has a population of one million, median age 33.

San Diego Real Estate Agents: The Properties

Along these 35 miles are about 100 neighborhoods and communities. Some are independent cities, albeit with tiny populations. Among the most well-known are Torrey Pines, La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Coronado, Little Italy, Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, La Mesa, and National City. The best thing you can do as a first step is to study a map and research these neighborhoods and their distinctive characters.

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