Living In and Around the San Diego Area

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The San Diego metropolitan area covers the entirety of San Diego County, and it's the second-most populated area in California. Located at the edge of Southern California, this region is filled with several large and mid-sized metropolises, and six of them have more than 100,000 people. San Diego is definitely the biggest city in San Diego County, but Chula Vista, Escondido, El Cajon and Vista are all vibrant cities that are equally lovely. Most known for its sandy beaches and year-round perfect weather, this is a place where you can spend much of your time basking in the sunshine.

Living In and Around the San Diego Area
San Diego Lives Up to It's Nickname as America's Finest City
Thinking about moving to San Diego? Here is all the information you need to help you decide which city and neighborhood in San Diego best fits your lifestyle. 

Population                             3.3 million
Average Sunny Days            267
Average Temperature          January Low is 43 degrees - July High is 82 degrees

Living in the San Diego Metro Area
San Diego is one of America's hottest vacation destinations, so you have the advantage of living in a place where most people go to get away. Since the weather's so consistently nice, many of San Diego's residents maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. It's easy to stay healthy when you can spend your free time windsurfing, wakeboarding or jet skiing. When you're moving to a city that's within miles of the beach, you'll find it easy to hang out at the shore almost every day of the week. Besides, if you'd ever prefer a change of scenery, the desert, the mountains and LA are just a few hours' drive away.

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Comments (1)

Belinda Spillman
Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado - Aurora, CO
Colorado Living!

This is a very nice write up for the San Diego real estate market.

Jul 04, 2017 03:12 PM