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Cheaper Housing for San Diegans in Tijuana?!

I found this article in the San Diego Union Tribune fascinating. If you think about it, the price of housing in San Diego whether it is to purchase or rent, is very high. In most cases we have exceeded the high price point of 2006/2007 right before the big crash of 2008. Rentals are even worse. It is almost impossible for a young person (recently out of college) to rent a place by themselves, let alone purchase. It makes sense that Tijuana would be an option and with all the new condo buildings going up in that city, it is a real, viable option. The biggest drawback is the border crossing, but that can be dealt with, with a Sentri Pass. Myself and my family try to spend a few times a year in Mexico, just south of Rosarita – to get there from my house which is more north of San Diego, takes just over an hour and Tijuana is even closer………food for thought. Check out the beautiful condos being built in Tijuana…….


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