Guides

  • Point Loma

    When looking at neighborhoods in San Diego don’t miss out on all of the opportunities that Point Loma has to offer. Bordered on the West and South of the Pacific…

  • Liberty Station

    Liberty Station has become a very sought after neighborhood due to the opportunity of living in an urban environment with so many places just a couple of blocks away. Just…

  • Ocean Beach

    Ocean Beach is located just a short distance away from Point Loma. It is a small laid back beach community. If you want to go somewhere and feel like a…

  • Mission Hills

    Mission Hills is one of San Diego’s oldest and best-preserved neighborhoods, and features many amazing homes, in many classic styles, built by some of San Diego’s best architects. Many of…

  • Pacific Beach

    Pacific Beach, or P.B. as the locals call it, is a favorite spot for the younger crowd and college students. It is a quintessential beach town featuring a laid back…

  • Mission Beach

    If you are looking for fun in the sun, surf and sand, look no further than Mission Beach. The area features amazing homes; food ranging from hot dog stands to…

  • La Jolla

    La Jolla’s nickname is “the jewel of San Diego,” and one visit to the area will show you exactly why. La Jolla is bordered on three sides by the majestic…

  • Del Mar

    This small, affluent neighborhood is situated on the Pacific Ocean. Del Mar is home to the Del Mar Horse Racing Track, the San Diego Fairgrounds which host the annual San…

  • UTC

    University Town Center is an upscale area situated in the “golden triangle” between the 5, 805, and 52 freeways, near the University of California, San Diego. It features not only…

  • Bay Park

    Bay Park is the large, transitioning residential neighborhood to the east of Mission Bay Park. The quality of the homes in this area has risen significantly over the past several…

  • Clairemont

    Clairemont is a residential area with an easy-going, suburban feel. Many of the homes in this area were built during the construction boom of the 1950s and 60s. Clairemont is…

  • Little Italy

    Little Italy is a quaint, progressive, and lively neighborhood northwest of downtown that is filled with patio cafés, restaurants, pubs, art galleries, shops, hotels, and is home to the beautiful…

  • Hillcrest

    Located northwest of Balboa Park and south of Mission Hills, Hillcrest is an extremely progressive community notable for it’s rich cultural diversity, it’s plethora of ethnically diverse restaurants, bars, nightclubs,…

  • North Park

    The hub of North Park is Main Street, a business improvement district centered around local, independent businesses. Main Street is attempting to become a model for what a local, environmentally…

  • South Park

    South Park has a very similar vibe to North Park, but is a high-class residential district, rather than a commercial one. The area is progressive, pedestrian and dog friendly, and…