what are the good communities near qualcomm san diego

Cognizant rrc1988
Aug 17 21 Comments

which community is best near qualcomm san diego in price range of 400-500k? and how’s the market in mira mesa?

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  • BYTON cJKu57
    Seriously 400-500 in CA?
    Is that realistic or am I dreaming?

    Sorry dunno much about socal
    Aug 17 5
    • Cognizant rrc1988
      OP
      I can see condos for 2bd 2ba and single family homes for 600-700k on Redfin
      Aug 17
    • BYTON cJKu57
      How long have been around in SD?

      Could it be that the ones r seeing this cheap are one really bad neighborhoods?
      Aug 17
    • Cognizant rrc1988
      OP
      We are going to move there in October. So checking the options whether to rent or to buy
      Aug 17
    • BYTON cJKu57
      Maybe also ask on r/sandiego subreddit if haven't already.
      Aug 17
    • Wells Fargo / Finance Dinklebot
      I’d actually recommend asking at http://www.city-data.com/forum/san-diego/
      Aug 17
  • Qualcomm libertarin
    Last recession prices dropped by 40% in foreclosures. News says another recession coming.
    Aug 19 1
    • Cognizant lkjhgf123
      Yup.. considering that as well. So not jumping to buy one.
      Aug 20
  • Wells Fargo / Finance Dinklebot
    What are you looking for? Family friendly suburb? Coastal casita? Urban condo? Need a lot more information.
    Aug 17 1
    • Cognizant rrc1988
      OP
      Family friendly suburb which is close to Qualcomm office. Commute to office < 15mins
      Aug 17
  • Microsoft / Eng
    bubbly123

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    Mexico if you're wanting to spend under a mil
    Aug 17 1
    • Wells Fargo / Finance Dinklebot
      That’s idiotic. You can get a killer place in San Diego for well under a mil.
      Aug 17
  • Workday / Product tdf
    redfin.com ?
    Aug 17 1
    • Cognizant rrc1988
      OP
      Single family Homes were listed for 625k and relisted for 600k in a matter of days. So want to know how’s the market in San Diego
      Aug 17
  • Qualcomm libertarin
    Claremont had some gangs . But in your price range.
    Aug 18 0
  • Qualcomm Snap 🐉
    At 400-550 you can get a 2br or maybe a 3br condo/townhome but you still have to pay HOA fees which can be from 250- 500 a month. Scripps Ranch just east of the 15 may have a few options. There may be some options in Mira Mesa. Depends on your needs and how much space and kids may play a factor. More affordable options you'd have to go far east, North up to Temecula, Murrieta, maybe even Fallbrook or south to like Otay Mesa/Ranch for decent areas.
    Aug 19 2
    • Cognizant lkjhgf123
      Thanks will look in these. Yeah Couple of good condos are available but HOA is killing.. I see $300-$400 HOA per month. Will keep checking those areas
      Aug 19
    • Qualcomm Snap 🐉
      You can try poway or old poway as well. But it depends on how long you are willing to commute, if you are fine with paying hoa, if you have kids do you need good schools and all that. Some of the variables and options may rule out certain areas. 300 to 400 is probably the average hoa prices around and you really don't get much out of it. And some communities (newer) may have mello roos on top of hoa as well
      Aug 19
  • Qualcomm / Eng ybHy46
    If you don't care about school, Mira Mesa is probably the only area that meets your cost and commute. If schools are important, Poway, Scripps Ranch or Carmel Mountain Ranch are better, slightly longer commute but housing is cheaper than near the coast. BTW, are you moving from Cognizant to Qualcomm ?
    Aug 19 1
    • Cognizant lkjhgf123
      Thank you! I could see some in Mira Mesa, scripps ranch. My wife works in Qualcomm and she is moving to SD from India. Cognizant made me a lazy ass.. not moving out of this until things are settled
      Aug 19
  • ViaSat / Eng zag37
    Lots of construction around Del Sur
    Aug 18 0

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