Out Of Town Homebuyers Quickly Come To Grips With San Diego Real Estate Market Conditions

Out Of Town Homebuyers Quickly Come To Grips With San Diego Real Estate Market Conditions

I recently entertained a brother and two sisters from out of town that were visiting and looking to move to Metro San Diego sometime early next year. If you've ever explored a new area and only had a few days in which to do it, I hope you can identify. The names have been changed to protect the innocent... 

Here is their story:

Hi, Sir. Let me say it has been a very interesting experience! We looked at Ariel Lofts in Downtown Italy. Those were just rentals. Very modern, but so small. Amenities were amazing, but found out underground parking is Not included. You can imagine my sisters excitement over that. We took the lite rail from one end to the other end of downtown. We liked Little Italy. My brother demanded we go through the financial district, and now they both like that area to consider living in.

Of the list you sent last night, and thank you very much for that, my sister nixed anything that was built prior to 2000 or didn't offer two parking spaces. Needless to say, none of them made the cut. Lol. There were a couple I liked. I do have to say, I really cannot give up my 'must have' of minimum of 1000 sq ft. 2/2 combo under that size is just so 'claustrophobic like' to me. We preferred Little Italy over the Gas Lamp District, only because the latter seems to be a much younger, immature party crowd. Overall, they were both very pleased with the possibilities.

People are a lot more friendlier than the CA stereotype portrays, which was a pleasant surprise. We head home tomorrow at lunch, but I've no doubt we'll be back before year's end. We will most definitely be keeping in touch with you, and continuously checking the market for new high rise condos that pop up on the market.

Again, thank you so much for everything you've done for us. We'll be in constant contact, and we very much look forward to buying a condo through you. We were very impressed with your knowledge of the area and the housing market. You know your stuff :)

If you are considering a move to San Diego and would like to receive this type of world class service, contact me at:

Philip Crocker
Lead Buyer Consultant
mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group
Keller Williams Real Estate

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Dated: April 21st 2014
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