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I have chosen San Diego as my final relocation destination

Posted 06-30-2021 at 03:30 AM by RSBlue20

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Originally Posted by TacoSoup View Post
Lol, right? There was a time late into my 30’s I assumed I’d be a bachelor renting at the beach the rest of my life. Now I’m married in the suburbs with a family on the way.

Never is a word used by men who just haven’t met the woman beyond their wildest dreams yet.

But you are right, the OP does have factors in play that make it easier to move/live here.
I love how you described your wife, congratulations
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Moving to San Diego-house and job hunting

Posted 04-30-2021 at 10:08 AM by RSBlue20

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This sounds disastrous. Horrible plan. You will never find a decent place in a safe area with a good high school that won't kill your savings....that utopia just does not exist here. Furthermore, you will be hard pressed to find a landlord that will rent to you without a job....during COVID to boot.

You could very well end up on the streets in six months, but hey, it's San Diego and the weather is great, so living in a van down by the river is not such a bad option.
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Moving to San Diego-house and job hunting

Posted 04-28-2021 at 07:28 PM by RSBlue20

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Originally Posted by NORTY FLATZ View Post
Well, you kinda put the cart before the horse, here.
Now that it's a done deal, you'll need to secure a job PRONTO. No landlord is going to rent to someone without an income stream. Especially when there are lots of folks WITH an income stream, seeking housing.
You've got no job, so buying a place is out the window, unless you have a pile of cash you're sitting on. (Hey, it's possible.)

Also, how'd you sell for a healthy profit, if you're underwater?
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Moving to San Diego-house and job hunting

Posted 04-28-2021 at 10:03 AM by RSBlue20

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Originally Posted by cruitr View Post
Most rental property managers in the San Diego area won't rent to someone without a stable stream of income. It's difficult to evict someone in California so property managers are very cautious who they rent to.

I’ve had good luck, but I agree it’s tougher.
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Moving to San Diego-house and job hunting

Posted 04-28-2021 at 10:01 AM by RSBlue20

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Is there any chance your daughter is going to need additional medical care and/or that your ability to work may be limited? With your situation and the general wider situation (high housing prices, COVID, etc) I would not be moving across the country with kids to a HCOL area where I had no professional network or personal support system and no job lined up.

Is your quality background in pharma? At a bare minimum, I suggest you immediately apply to every conceivable quality job in
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