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Old 01-30-2010, 02:13 AM
 
Location: Fair Oaks
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Question Considering San Diego to Relocate

I am looking for some insight from any and all who are sharing on this forum about relocating to San Diego and where might be some possible areas to consider staying on my military disability monthly benefits.

I would love to be near the beach area. Is it all real expensive along the coastline or does anyone know of any secret spots that only locals know about from living there? Also, I am curious how is rent near UC San Diego, the Point Loma and the Miramar area? I was told Encinitas, Del Mar, and Oceanside are areas to consider. Is that true? Am I foolish to think I could find a place with a yard for around $1000-$1300/a month anywhere down there in the San Diego County area? If not San Diego County, what about farther south or north along the coast for near that price range?

I was told there was a lot of development down in that county with never-lived-in homes. Has any of you heard anything about any deals like that going on down in SD County to try to get people into those homes at bargain purchase prices or lease options? I am most appreciative of any insight anyone could give me to any or all of these questions. Thank you.
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Old 01-30-2010, 05:58 AM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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I am looking for some insight from any and all who are sharing on this forum about relocating to San Diego and where might be some possible areas to consider staying on my military disability monthly benefits.

I would love to be near the beach area. Is it all real expensive along the coastline or does anyone know of any secret spots that only locals know about from living there? Also, I am curious how is rent near UC San Diego, the Point Loma and the Miramar area? I was told Encinitas, Del Mar, and Oceanside are areas to consider. Is that true? Am I foolish to think I could find a place with a yard for around $1000-$1300/a month anywhere down there in the San Diego County area? If not San Diego County, what about farther south or north along the coast for near that price range?

I was told there was a lot of development down in that county with never-lived-in homes. Has any of you heard anything about any deals like that going on down in SD County to try to get people into those homes at bargain purchase prices or lease options? I am most appreciative of any insight anyone could give me to any or all of these questions. Thank you.

If you haven't done so already, re-post this on the San Diego forum.

In the meantime, check HousingMaps and MapsKrieg - CraigsList Apartment Listings Mashed With Google Maps
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Old 01-30-2010, 12:18 PM
 
Location: Fair Oaks
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Default Relocating to San Diego

Thank you, Charles, for your help. I will re-post on San Diego and I appreciate the links for my research.
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Old 12-16-2011, 04:21 PM
 
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HI, I am a nurse (LPN) for 24 years here in michigan. I am thinking of relocating there in Ione, my husband has a life long freind there. I have 2 dogs, and I was trying to get an idea of how much it costs in general to rent a small house with a yard. Also, how close the nearest hospital or nursing centers are in the area. Thanks for any information!
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Old 12-16-2011, 05:00 PM
 
Location: Santa Cruz, CA
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HI, I am a nurse (LPN) for 24 years here in michigan. I am thinking of relocating there in Ione, my husband has a life long freind there. I have 2 dogs, and I was trying to get an idea of how much it costs in general to rent a small house with a yard. Also, how close the nearest hospital or nursing centers are in the area. Thanks for any information!
Hi,
Just curious but why did you post this question on a 4 year old thread that's not about the topic you need help with?

Anyway, below is a link to craigslist.
There are rentals in Ione and surrounding area and i also clicked the little box after "dog".
You can get a good sense of prices by referring to craigslist even if you don't end up using it although it actually has the most comprehensive listing of rentals in any given area.

Sacramento apts/housing for rent classifieds "Ione " - craigslist


I don't know how close the hospitals or nursing centers are but you may want to post your question up on the "Sacramento" sub-forum for more specific questions about the area.
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Old 12-16-2011, 09:30 PM
 
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You might look into Central CA, like Fresno or Visalia. I know Central inland CA is still relatively cheap.

V. =)
Thanks but Any Suggestion for home 2BHK
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:38 PM
 
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Bakersfield is an affordable place if you don't mind the weather,and their is also a cute small town called Shafter which is about 15 mins to the north of Bakersfield if you want to live in a smaller community but in close proximity to Bakersfield.
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