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San Diego Apartments-By far one of the most beautiful cities in the US, San Diego is breathtaking and unique in that it sits near both the ocean and mountains. The city also provides affordable apartment living for the quality of life.
Temperatures are warm all year. The people of San Diego and its surrounding cities are friendly and hospitable. In addition to its obvious beauty, San Diego offers wonderful attractions, professional sporting events, and amazing restaurants.
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Living in San Diego is wonderful, although finding a place to live is not always easy. There are two problems with buying a home in San Diego. First, the cost of housing on average is $200,000, more than what average median incomes of $41,000 can support and two, for the growth in population, there is not enough permanent housing available. For these reasons, the option of renting an apartment or home is one that many people lean toward.
To accommodate rental needs, you will find hundreds of apartment and rental properties scattered throughout San Diego.
Mission Hills Commons Apartment Homes & Lofts- This is one of the city's newest properties, and provides a feel of urban living over that of an apartment. The rent starts at $1,495 a month, but for the amenities, spacious apartments, and location, it is well worth it.
The Heritage- Here you will enjoy new townhouses, located in an exclusive area of San Diego, Cortez Hill. There are one- and two-bedroom floor plans with rent starting at $1,365 per month.
El Dorado Hills- This is a gated community, ensuring the best in added security. The apartments are luxurious, comfortable, and you will enjoy great value and amenities such as a refreshing swimming pool. One- and two-bedroom plans are available, starting at an affordable $990 per month.
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You can enjoy a day trip to Seaworld or perhaps an evening at the San Diego Padre or Charger game. San Diego's Hispanic heritage continues to be enjoyed each year with such celebrations as Cinco de Mayo, the Latino Film Festival, and the International Film Festival.
San Diego is a melting pot of ethnic backgrounds and religions, which is one of the many things that make it so intriguing. Camp Pendleton Marine Corp base is located on the edge of San Diego, and and important part of this city as well. Over one million people live in San Diego and every year, an average of 15 million visitors come to this city.
The economy is strongly supported by high-tech companies specific to telecommunications, computer software, consumer electronics, and even biotechnology. There is also a strong financial presence, upper-scale shopping districts, and many manufacturing and research businesses. Three strong leaders include Sanyo Corporation, Global Fax Network, and Axxis Computer Technologies.
The fishing industry is also important, as is the tourism, which plays significant roles. For fun, you can enjoy such adventures as Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, Birch Aquarium at Scripps, the infamous San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, and the San Diego Aerospace Museum, just to name a few. The Pacific Ocean surrounds San Diego and is an integral part of the city. You can enjoy day and evening cruises, sunset sailing, scuba diving, and snorkeling.
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