Moving to a new area is something some persons do for adventure while others do out of necessity. Whichever the case may be, San Diego is a beautiful place to be. The weather is perfect and there is lot of food and fun.
If you’re having intentions of investing in Bay area real estate, here are some awesome things to know about living there.
You’ll never worry about the weather any more. San Diego and the general Bay area always maintain a degree of 70, a little lower or higher. So, no worries about it being ‘chilly’, plus it’s not hot either!
Connoisseurs of wine would find the bay area an haven. It’s home to several wineries, most of which are made locally.
Bay area real estate is affordable, compared with other areas. Rents for some properties could start from as low as less than a grand.
Culture and fashion in the Bay area is liberal. People living in the area are not easily shocked by behaviors other areas consider ‘weird.’ Nor will one find judgemental people there. Everyone simply wants to express themselves and catch as much fun as possible. Fashion norm is casual, whatever day of the week. For those who jeans don’t bore, they have nothing to worry about.
People with a love for unusual meals would find a lot that will appeal to them in San Diego. From eating burritos mission-style to ice-cream sandwiches and Acme bread. Also, it’s easy to find dishes from around the world just in one place within walking distance. Looking for Spanish, Brazilian Chinese, Korean, African, Japanese and Mexican food? The Bay area is where to get them all at once.
Children and seniors would appreciate the fresh foods in abundance in the Bay area. Fresh foods are not difficult to find, moreover, they could even be grown in the backyard and they cost far less than one could get them outside the bay area.
Outdoors lovers can easily make day trips to interesting places like the desert, mountains, beach or forests. It’s hard to find a place with such nature attractions nearby and in one place.
Sports enthusiasts will find various sports to keep them entertained. From soccer to water sports, to indoor sports and athletics. Most teams like the 49ers and the Raiders, hold matches every Sunday.
San Diego is very close to the border and just a stone throw from Tijuana in Mexico. A few hours on a shuttle can take you across the border for one of the happiest experiences of life shopping, strolling (along the Avenida Revolucion) and not forgetting all night partying!
For those who cannot maintain a backyard garden, they can get their fresh food and organic products shopping at the Farmer’s market which opens Tuesdays to Sundays in each neighborhood. Although some areas are best known for particular items. For instance, Little Italy Mercato have assortment of meats, while North Park and Hillcrest, always have a selection of tasty food trucks. On Wednesdays, you can shop to heart content with a live band and Ilama rides playing in the background at the Ocean Beach.