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San Diego is one of the most wonderful cities in the world, so it is not hard to understand why San Diego real estate is so popular, and expensive. San Diego is a coastal city in the Southern part of California and is home to over one million people. San Diego is the second largest city in all of California and people come from all over the world to purchase San Diego real estate.

The geography of San Diego is one of its most attractive features, full of deep canyons that separate all of its mesas. The layout of this city is so great because these canyons create literal gaps between towns and neighborhoods, so it gives it that segmented feel that is hard to find in big cities. Downtown San Diego is a very popular urban area, home to many young professionals. It is located right on the San Diego Bay and is a short drive or walk from many of the citys main attractions. This makes it a very attractive area to buy San Diego real estate for all types of different people.

Downtown is very close to Balboa Park; a park that contains a variety of cultural attractions including museums, theaters, gardens, shops, and restaurants. This park is also home to the renowned San Diego Zoo. The San Diego Zoo is one of the largest and most progressive zoos in the entire world. It has over four thousand animals and over eight hundred different species. All of these things add up to make downtown a hot place for San Diego real estate, but also a very expensive one.

For those who cannot afford to purchase a piece of property in the downtown area, they usually head up north to look at San Diego real estate. Generally, the further you get away from the coast and the water, the cheaper the property is going to be. There are a lot of beach and coastal towns like Ocean Beach, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach and La Jolla. As you head further up the coast you have towns like Encinitas and Carlsbad. These are beautiful areas, but the San Diego real estate is incredibly expensive so it makes it a very difficult area to purchase in.

Towns like San Marcos, Escondido and Temecula are very popular places for San Diego real estate because they are slightly inland, but still a short drive away from the beach. San Diego real estate has a niche for every income bracket, so whatever budget you are working with, San Diego has something for you.

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