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Old 09-13-2010, 02:52 PM
 
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How is the Economy doing in S.D., is it a slow recovery or what's your opinion for the next five years? Thanks Again!
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Old 09-14-2010, 07:47 AM
 
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Default Hill side view 92154 zip code area

Can anyone tell me about Hill side view it's in the 92154 zip code area, is it safe and how are the schools? Thanks
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:23 PM
 
Location: La Jolla Ca
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Searching for a home in an area you don't know can be tough. I sympathize. But if you search for the cheapest areas of San Diego, there will be a reason why it's cheap. Crime, bad schools, etc. I don't think many people here would send you to Chula Vista and IB when you are asking for "the safest area of S.D. with good schools to raise a family and still have views of the ocean."

Never search for prices before area. Search out the areas that fit your needs FIRST....THEN look for the best prices in those areas. That's the best advice I can give you.
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Old 09-14-2010, 02:26 PM
 
Location: 92037
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Searching for a home in an area you don't know can be tough. I sympathize. But if you search for the cheapest areas of San Diego, there will be a reason why it's cheap. Crime, bad schools, etc. I don't think many people here would send you to Chula Vista and IB when you are asking for "the safest area of S.D. with good schools to raise a family and still have views of the ocean."

Never search for prices before area. Search out the areas that fit your needs FIRST....THEN look for the best prices in those areas. That's the best advice I can give you.
Generally speaking this is totally accurate and I agree wholeheartedly about searching the areas first. As far as a reason cheaper areas are cheaper, for school systems might be misleading, there are of course exceptions in certain areas, but on the whole this is a gauge that can be used not only in SD but anywhere. SDINsider, have you noticed the growth of Charter Schools stretching throughtout SD? Its interesting to see this trend. In some of the kitchy areas like South Park, there are some schools that have magnet programs or international exchanges at the K-Middle school levels. I am curious to see in the next 5-10 years, if this pace of success continues, how it will affect a parents decision on school choices and neighborhood relevance.

Personally for me, my observations of San Diego proper will shift in the next ten years. The emergence of downtown will only create a more dense urban environment with the surrounding neighborhoods. Balboa Park and downtown will continue to be the centerpieces there and as with any major metro areas in the US, they will eventually max out. The housing stock in these areas will be secondary to the actual location and the market values people will be willing to spend on property. I cant think of any other city in the country that would have the great weather SD has or potential amenities in the future in a larger Metro city. I am not counting whether or not this would be good or bad growth, but there are most certainly folks that really do prefer urban lifestyles over rural or suburban.

As far as economy. There are jobs that were here that will never come back again the same way. Anything that had anything to do with housing will see minimal growth due to the over-saturated market conditions in San Diego. Maybe way out east there will be some building but not to the extent to which we had it before.

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Old 09-15-2010, 01:40 AM
 
Location: California
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Can anyone tell me about Hill side view it's in the 92154 zip code area, is it safe and how are the schools? Thanks
What did greatschools.org say?

Lot's of questions but no answers. Weird. Am I the only one who thinks a move to SD isn't really in the cards?
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