Welcome to BEACH AND SUN HOMES in beautiful San Diego...
San Diego is one of the best places to live in the world. It has beautiful weather year-round and is great for many different lifestyles. When considering purchasing San Diego real estate you can choose from many unique communities throughout San Diego County.
As a buyer or a seller, you want your real estate transactions to go smoothly. That means finding the exact home you're looking for, or selling your home promptly and for the best price. It means not having to worry, even if you're new to the real estate arena, or if you're moving thousands of miles away.
You need an experienced professional. I will put my knowledge and experience to work to help you make your move pleasant one. Make your choice wisely. The agent you choose will help you make many important decisions. No one will work harder or more professionally.
My philosophy: I believe the role as your Realtor is to guide you through the buying or selling process, taking the time to make sure you understand every step of the transaction.
Comprehensive knowledge of the area: Being a resident of the area, I know the local communities very well and I have extensive real estate experience. This in-depth knowledge of the area and the real estate market can help you make the most informed decisions.
Committed to ongoing training: A wide variety of continuing training helps us deliver high quality services to our customers and clients.
Dedicated to your needs: Because real estate transactions don't stick to regular business hours, I am available seven days a week, often coming in early and staying late as necessary to get the job done.
San Diego Coastal is in the heart of San Diego itself. It has several beach communities to choose from. La Jolla is known for its beautiful beaches, shopping and upscale beach homes. Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Point Loma and Ocean Beach are more your typical California beach towns.
Downtown San Diego is a great place to live if you are interested in living the metro lifestyle. You can walk to many great places to dine and shop. Little Italy, Cortez, Horton Plaza, Gaslamp, Marina District and East Village are the main downtown areas. Many offer great condos with fabulous views and super ammentities.
San Diego Central offers more affordable housing and you usually can get a lot more for your money in these communities. They are as follows: Mission Valley, Mission Hills, North Park and Kensington. The good thing about living in these towns is they they are still close to many of the great things San Diego has to offer.
You can clearly see that County has many types of homes for sale in San Diego with many different opportunities whether you are looking for a beach home, horse ranch, high rise condo or living on a golf course near a country club. No wonder why San Diego is a top travel destination.
San Diego Facts and History:
San Diego County is the southwestern most county of California along the Pacific Ocean. Boasting a population exceeding 2.8 million residents, San Diego County is the third most populous county and is just behind its northwestern counterpart, Orange County. Known for its miles upon miles of brilliant and sandy beaches, warm climate, and moderate weather, San Diego County has become one of the most desirable places to live in the United States and in the world. The county, like many other parts of California, has an interesting geography, ranging from the snow-capped mountains in the northeast to the Sonoran Desert in the east and the Cleveland National Forest in the central portion of the county.
Settled in 1769 by the Spanish as Mission San Diego de Alcala, the county became part of the nation in 1848 after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the U.S.-Mexican War. As one of the original Californian counties, San Diego County was created in 1850 when California gained statehood. The area is named after San Diego Bay and initially was much larger than its present area as it included most of southeastern California like San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial counties. Riverside County forms the majority of San Diego County’s northern border while Imperial County is the entire eastern boundary. The county is well served by a wide network of freeways and highways that crisscross the area, including four interstates and fourteen state routes.
The county located flush against the border with Mexico meaning that the Mexican town of Tijuana is just across the border. However, the U.S. government has worked hard to regulate the customs procedures for those people entering and exiting the country through San Diego County. The county also hosts sixteen military facilities and installations that host a number of agencies and armed forces, including the United States navy, coast guard, and the marine corps.