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26 New Home Communities in San Diego

Do you dream of owning a brand new home? You’re in luck! San Diego has several new home communities that you can purchase in. See one that catches your eye? We would love to help you purchase the home of your dreams!

(Subject to builder availability)

1. LEXINGTON – Escondido, CA

 

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  • 10,000 sq. ft. and above homesites
  • Quick and easy freeway access
  • Just a few blocks from Reidy Creek Golf Course
  • Sprawling 1-story homes available
  • Near San Diego Zoo Safari Park

2. RIDGELINE – Lakeside, CA

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  • Located in Lakeside, CA, with easy access to I-8 and surrounding Santee, El Cajon, La Mesa and San Diego, CA
  • Amenities to include tot lots, parks and BBQ areas
  • Shopping and dining nearby at East County Square and Parkway Plaza in El Cajon, CA
  • Outdoor activities at Lake Jennings in Lakeside, CA
  • Easy access to San Diego Trolley and downtown San Diego, CA

3. RIVER VILLAGE – Santee, CA

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  • Close to I-8, Hwy. 52 and Hwy. 67 for easy access to San Diego and other East County cities
  • Minutes to San Diego State University and Grossmont College
  • Outdoor recreation nearby at Lake Jennings, Lake Murray, and Padre Dam Park
  • Short drive to shopping, dining, and entertainment at Santee Trolley Square
  • Close to hiking, biking, and fishing at Walker Preserve Trail

 4. BAYSIDE LANDING – Imperial Beach, CA

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  • Recreation Center with pool and spa
  • 1 mile to the beach!
  • Close to Downtown and connects to bikeway
  • Stunning wild life refuge view lots available
  • Weekly Farmers Market at the Pier
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5. CIVITA – Mission Valley, CA

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  • Open floor plans
  • Close access to the major freeways like and 805
  • Hotel feel with wrap-around windows
  • Located in brand new community
  • Close to Downtown and connects to bikeway

6. OLIVE HILL – Bonsall, CA

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  • Beautiful Valley Views
  • Each home is approximately 2,962 to 3,846 square feet
  • Attached three and four-bay garages
  • LivingSmart® features and options
  • Scenic trails and easy access to highways and roads

7. ARTESIAN ESTATES – Del Sur, CA

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  • Ideally located on the western peak of the master-planned community of Del Sur
  • Large, open floor plans feature state-of-the-art kitchens and vast indoor-outdoor entertaining spaces
  • House size ranges from 4,223 – 5,600 Sq ft.
  • Optional guest suites or cabanas beautifully accommodate guests
  • Amenity highlights include swimming pools, scenic trails and preserved open space

8. PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH, CA

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6 New Home Communities: Artesana, Almeria, Olvera, Casavia, Casabella, and Casabella Collection located in Pacific Highlands Ranch 

  • 1,300 Acres of preserved natural habitats
  • Energy efficient homes
  • Highly-ranked schools and convenient shopping centers accessible
  • Multi-use trail system for hiking and biking along with a private recreation center
  • LivingSmart® energy saving features and options

9. RANCHO TESORO – San Marcos, CA

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4 New Home Communities: Terracina, Vientos, Candela, Westerly

  • Premier San Marcos location south of the 78 freeway and near San Elijo Hills
  • Master planned community
  • Detached homes ranging in size from 2,211-3,565 sq ft
  • Select Rancho Tesoro neighborhoods are gated
  • Set at nature’s threshold with trails, parks, and private recreation areas

10. ESCAYA – Chula Vista, CA

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  • Eclectic mix of Farmhouse, Ranch and Spanish homes
  • 27 floorplans in total
  • Community amenities include the Village Center, neighborhood park, dog park, pool, and private clubhouse
  • New K-6 school
  • Close to Otay Ranch trail system and regional park

 11. ESTATES AT DEL SUR – Del Sur, CA

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  • Estate-caliber homes on quarter- to one-acre lots with views set behind private gates
  • Master Planned community
  • Integrated Single level and Two-Story floor plans with 4,396-7,384 square feet of living space.

12. AVERY POINTE AT VERIDIAN – Del Sur, CA

  • Gated townhome community overlooking a picturesque ridge and surrounded by open space
  • Neighborhood amenities include a recreation area with swimming pool, spa, outdoor barbeques and lounge area plus an intimate community park
  • Inclusion in the acclaimed Poway Unified School District, just minutes from Del Norte High School

13. MONTESSA – San Marcos, CA

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  • Boutique collection of 19 brand new homes ranging from 3,017-3,449 sq ft, and featuring the latest technology
  • Open concept homes with expansive gourmet kitchens, and featuring indoor/outdoor California Rooms
  • Centrally located in beautiful San Marcos, with convenient access to the I-15 & I-78
  • Surrounded by neighborhood conveniences, schools, dining and entertainment destinations

14. TAVARA RIDGE – Clairemont, CA

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  • Downstairs bedroom with bath offer private space for overnight guests and first floor owner’s suite (on select plans)
  • California Room offers indoor/outdoor living area for entertainment and relaxation space
  • Centrally located and nestled along the canyon’s edge in Clairemont
  • Featuring the latest in technology and solar roof panels

15. ENCINITAS ENCLAVE – Encinitas, CA

  • 19 new, estate-style residential retreats
  • Offering up to 5,178 square feet of living space
  • Close to all the amenities Encinitas has to offer including some of the most famed beaches in the world, downtown Encinitas, Del Mar Racetrack, Flower Hill Promenade and more

16. MILLENIA – Chula Vista, CA

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  • Millenia is surrounded by great neighborhoods and Otay Ranch Town Center
  • Minutes away from fishing at Lower Otay Lake
  • Close to additional grocery stores, banks, dry cleaners, and more
  • Home ownership choices range from two to four bedrooms in a dynamic mix of living styles

17. LUCENT II –  Mission Valley, CA

  • Wide-open floor plans are graced by glass on three sides and wrap around balconies to flood the interior with sunlight and expansive city lights.
  • 4 floor plans ranging from 1,457 to 1,878 square feet
  • Lucent II brings the feel of a luxury hotel to the Civita community

18. VISTA DEL CIELO – Chula Vista, CA

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  • 52 single-family homes with impressive dimensions inside and out
  • Offers 4 large open floorplans with one & two story living ranging from 3,873 to 4,936 square feet.
  • These homes include the multi-generational suite, which features a private living space, bedroom, bath and entry door

19. CROWN POINT – San Elijo Hills, CA

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  • These homes feature large homesites and spectacular views
  • Featuring up to approximately 4,987 sq. ft., this collection of new homes is taking luxury to new heights
  • Exquisitely designed gourmet kitchens, large master suites with walk-in closets and the secondary living spaces that include California rooms with fireplaces, bonus rooms, game rooms and courtyards, per plan

20. Z AT MILLENNIA – Chula Vista, CA

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  •  Z is a neighborhood of 106 attached condominiums
  •  Three floor plans measuring approx. 1,288 -1,475 square feet
  • 2-3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms

21. ELEMENT AT MILLENNIA – Chula Vista, CA

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  •  Element at Millenia is neighborhood of 70 detached condos.
  • Offering four distinctive floor plans measuring approx. 1,775- 2,248 square feet.
  • 2-4 bedrooms as well as 2.5-3.5 bathrooms

22. HARMONY GROVE VILLAGE – San Marcos, CA

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  • A part of the Master Planned Community of Harmony Grove Village. Resort-style amenities include The Grove Recreation Center with swimming pool, spa and children’s wading pool plus BBQ areas, shade structures and playground
  • Conveniently located just west of the I-15, close to the SR-78 and minutes from sought-after shopping and dining, Lake Hodges, Elfin Forest, Safari Park and more

23. SUMMER HOUSE AT AUBERGE – Del Sur, CA

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  • New 55+ gated community with resort-style amenities
  • Surrounded by open space
  • Located within the premium master-planned community of Del Sur in San Diego’s North County
  • Offers ranch-style living for active adults with two-story floor plans, with all plans offering a first floor master suite, kitchen, living and dining areas

24. THE SUMMIT – San Elijo Hills, CA

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  • Enjoy community parks, trails and an energetic town center—all just miles from the Pacific Ocean
  • 3,070-4,670 square feet of living space
  • 3-7 bedrooms

25. THE ESTATES – San Elijo Hills, CA

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  • The Estates offer 58 luxury single family residences with spectacular views
  •  Ranging from 4,581 to 6,322 square feet, this community features elevations including Old World/Northern European, Spanish, Tuscan and Monterey architecture
  •  Offering flexible open-concept floor plans with interior courtyards, casitas and cabanas at select home sites
  • Nearby grocery stores, shops, eateries and convenient services; ample parks, trails and award-winning schools

26. LAUREL COVE – Encinitas, CA

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  • Seven distinctive floorplans
  • Coastal Bungalow, Coastal Cottage and Spanish Colonial architectural styles
  • Buyers can choose from single- and two-story designs with 3 to 5 bedrooms, 3 to 4.5 baths and 2- or 3-car garages. Select plans will also offer dens and lofts.
  • 2,030 to 2,995 sq. ft. with generously-sized backyards ideal for family or entertaining
  • Located a stone’s throw away from Swami’s and Moonlight Beach, highly-rated schools and bustling downtown Encinitas

What Dog Owners Should Know When Buying or Selling a Home

(Guest Blog By Medina James at DogEtiquette)

 

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Whether you’re buying or selling a home, if you’re a dog owner, there are some special preparations and precautions you must take. It may be one of the last things on your mind during this busy and stressful time, but real estate dog etiquette is extremely important. Here are some tips for both buyers and sellers who have to deal with canine friends throughout the process.

For sellers – your house smells more like dog than you think

When we live with certain smells for years, we get used to them. We all know that everyone’s house has a particular scent – and if you’re trying to sell your house you don’t want that scent to be eau de pooch. The natural way to get dog odor out of carpets and furniture involves baking soda and vinegar, but there are also plenty of sprays, shampoos, and other products you can purchase to help. Plug-in air fresheners work for the final touch. Also remember to pick up any dog poop in your yard. Here is a good article about removing pet odors from a house.

For sellers – make arrangements to have your dogs out of the house

This goes for scheduled showings and for open houses. You’ll want to make arrangements to have your dogs out of the house – and not just out of the house and in the backyard. You’ll want your dogs to be completely gone. Either board them for a day or ask a friend or neighbor to watch them for a few hours.

For buyers – ask ahead for dog visits

Some pet owners want to take their dog to a potential new home to see how they interact with it. Older dogs with mobility issues may have trouble with certain design elements of a home, and you may want to see if they can handle stairs, decks, porches, etc. before committing to purchase. If you want to do this, you need to ask. It’s rude to bring a dog into someone’s home without first clearing it. People have allergies, fears, and even other pets you must consider.

For both – think about moving day

Moving day is stressful for your pets, so it may be best to board them (here are some tips on that) or have them stay with a friend. If you can’t arrange this, it’s smart to put them in a “safe room” in your house and instruct the movers to move that room last. This is simply safer for the movers and for your dog.

For both – it’s best to leave your dog out of the process (no matter how cute)

You love your dog. Strangers may also love your dog. Most everyone you meet may love your dog. But somewhere there is someone who just doesn’t like dogs. Maybe they’re afraid or maybe they’re allergic. Whatever the case may be, some people just aren’t dog people. So why take the risk that a potential buyer/seller is in this small minority? Even if your dog is incredibly well-behaved and cute, it’s best to leave them out of the process altogether. Ask a friend to watch your dog, or hire a dog walker if the dog just needs to be out of the home briefly for a single showing.

Even dog lovers don’t really want to deal with other people’s animals during the home buying process. It’s not only considerate of others to leave dogs out of the process, but it’s better for your dogs too. Many dogs are stressed out by tons of strangers and new environments, so it’s best to protect them from the chaos that is buying or selling a home.

What Dog Owners Should Know When Buying or Selling a Home

(Guest Blog By Medina James at DogEtiquette)

 

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Image via Pixabay

 

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, if you’re a dog owner, there are some special preparations and precautions you must take. It may be one of the last things on your mind during this busy and stressful time, but real estate dog etiquette is extremely important. Here are some tips for both buyers and sellers who have to deal with canine friends throughout the process.

For sellers – your house smells more like dog than you think

When we live with certain smells for years, we get used to them. We all know that everyone’s house has a particular scent – and if you’re trying to sell your house you don’t want that scent to be eau de pooch. The natural way to get dog odor out of carpets and furniture involves baking soda and vinegar, but there are also plenty of sprays, shampoos, and other products you can purchase to help. Plug-in air fresheners work for the final touch. Also remember to pick up any dog poop in your yard. Here is a good article about removing pet odors from a house.

For sellers – make arrangements to have your dogs out of the house

This goes for scheduled showings and for open houses. You’ll want to make arrangements to have your dogs out of the house – and not just out of the house and in the backyard. You’ll want your dogs to be completely gone. Either board them for a day or ask a friend or neighbor to watch them for a few hours.

For buyers – ask ahead for dog visits

Some pet owners want to take their dog to a potential new home to see how they interact with it. Older dogs with mobility issues may have trouble with certain design elements of a home, and you may want to see if they can handle stairs, decks, porches, etc. before committing to purchase. If you want to do this, you need to ask. It’s rude to bring a dog into someone’s home without first clearing it. People have allergies, fears, and even other pets you must consider.

For both – think about moving day

Moving day is stressful for your pets, so it may be best to board them (here are some tips on that) or have them stay with a friend. If you can’t arrange this, it’s smart to put them in a “safe room” in your house and instruct the movers to move that room last. This is simply safer for the movers and for your dog.

For both – it’s best to leave your dog out of the process (no matter how cute)

You love your dog. Strangers may also love your dog. Most everyone you meet may love your dog. But somewhere there is someone who just doesn’t like dogs. Maybe they’re afraid or maybe they’re allergic. Whatever the case may be, some people just aren’t dog people. So why take the risk that a potential buyer/seller is in this small minority? Even if your dog is incredibly well-behaved and cute, it’s best to leave them out of the process altogether. Ask a friend to watch your dog, or hire a dog walker if the dog just needs to be out of the home briefly for a single showing.

Even dog lovers don’t really want to deal with other people’s animals during the home buying process. It’s not only considerate of others to leave dogs out of the process, but it’s better for your dogs too. Many dogs are stressed out by tons of strangers and new environments, so it’s best to protect them from the chaos that is buying or selling a home.

7 Need to Know Tips for Millennial Home Buyers

 

“How can I purchase a home?” is the question many millennials are asking themselves. Millennials  have been forced to look at the purchasing of real estate in a very different lens than the generations before them. The recent real estate recession is still all too fresh in everyone’s memory, and when coupled with student loan debt, high unemployment, and much tighter loan requirements, the very idea of owning a home can seem very unnerving, or even impossible.

Well great news — it isn’t. Those in their 20’s and 30’s that have considered buying a home are in a position to capitalize on extremely low interest rates. Historically real estate has been a very safe investment that has benefited many people. And just like every recession before this past one, the market always bounces back to a varying extent.

Owning a home can be a long term investment that will really pay off for you later in life. Take a look at our 7 need to know tips before you start your home search!

1. Seek help from a professional: If you are in your 20’s and are thinking about buying a home, you are already very ahead of the game. To get the most out of your home buying decision, you should hire a professional. A great example of this is that if you buy a home with road noise, it may not disturb you at all, however it will be much harder to resell in the future and might yield less of a profit. While living in an internet-centered world means that also any information you need is right at your fingertips, this is one life decision you don’t want to do alone.

2. Pick an agent who you can trust:  Although most millennials are very knowledgeable about the internet and are used to researching anything they need to know, a good real estate agent is invaluable during the home buying process. While you can certainly research homes you want to see with the click of a mouse, your agent has the industry experience and negotiation skills that will help ensure you get the best price for your dream home and that the transaction is as smooth as possible. Selecting an agent you trust is of the utmost importance and you should interview several agents before deciding on one. This may seem like common sense, but many home buyers go through family, friends, or a google search. While this may provide comfort in the short term, it could end up being a hindrance in the long term. Be sure to read online reviews not only on the agent’s website, but also independent review sites like Zillow or Trulia. Choose wisely!

3. Identify great locations and neighborhoods: A lot of first time buyers don’t realize just how important location is in real estate. It is the single most important factor that not only affects value, but determines how easy it will be to sell your home at some point down the road if / when you choose to do so. You may love the attributes of a particular home, but not have the foresight required to know that it might not be a smart investment.

4. Understand immediate and long term costs: There are many different costs that factor in to buying a home such as the mortgage application, mortgage insurance, home inspection costs and much more, which can add up quickly. Aside from these short term costs, many first time home buyers don’t budget properly for long term costs and expenses that come with owning a home. With knowledge of all the various costs and fees, you can plan more effectively.

5. Decide on what type of housing makes the most sense / Thinking towards the future: A major decision many face is deciding between buying a condo or a home. This requires planning for both the now and the future, which is what makes this stage rather difficult. You need to weigh your current life with the life you will most likely want to cultivate in the future. What does your 5 or 10 year plan look like? That influences everything from where to buy (good schools or not), what to buy (house with lots of extra rooms), and what kind of mortgage to get (30-year fixed vs ARM). Someone who’s buying a house for their family to grow up in looks different than someone with no immediate plans and different still from someone who is buying now, but is on track to make a lot more money in 5-10 years…they might consider moving up in 5-10 years before those kids ever really factor in the picture. Because San Diego can be expensive, it’s very important to make a good move now to set yourself up well for the future.

6. Choosing a fixer upper or a turn-key home: Another thing home buyers need to think about is what they will want to do with their property. Do you want something that will be just as you like it right when you move in? Or maybe you’ve always had dreams of designing your own home. This is a factor that many first time home buyers don’t consider, and should have some serious thought put into it.

7. Be patient: This may go without saying, but buying a home is a major life decision and needs to be treated appropriately. You should do copious amounts of research and really think about what you want, both now and in the future. Taking your time to familiarize yourself with the home buying process will allow you to make much more knowledgeable decisions. And remember, you can look at as many houses as you want to, and can make offers on ones you are interested without actually committing if you are unhappy with even the slightest detail. You only want a house that you will be truly happy with!

Wherever you are in your home buying process, we are ready to help answer any questions you may have!

How to Know If You’re Ready to Buy Your First Home

Buying your first home is a big endeavor; it’s an exciting and fun time. If buying is something you’re thinking about, think about these next few considerations to determine if you are ready!

Consider your Finances

A home is an important investment. Annual income should be the first consideration in buying a house. Most lenders will recommend a budget between three to five times your annual income if you plan on putting down a 20% down payment. There are also a few other financial factors to consider. Existing loans or debts, as well as poor credit scores, can make the buying process more difficult. If your financial state is stable and can handle the event of purchasing home, you are ready to buy.

 

Consider the Cost

Many consider the price of the monthly mortgage when considering buying a home, but many forget about the other costs involved. Property taxes, insurance, HOA Fees, and utilities will all add to the cost of owning a home. You will also need to make sure you have money leftover after all of that as an “emergency fund” to pay the repair man in case your roof starts leaking, your pipes burst, or your refrigerator breaks down. If you are able to manage those costs as well as the monthly mortgage, you are ready to buy.

 

Consider your Lifestyle

Most experts agree that buying a home makes financial sense if you know you’re going to stay for a minimum of 5 years. A lot of different factors can influence where you call home. Do you have a secure job? Does your company transfer often? Do you have an expanding family? If your employment situation feels secure and you are content with the size and location of the home you would be purchasing, you are ready to buy.

 

The process of buying your first home is more time-consuming than it may seem, but the end result is worth all of the efforts put in!

 

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