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351 Palm Canyon 67 Borrego Springs, CA 92004

$35,000 - 2Br/1Ba -  for Sale in Borrego Springs
New
$35,000
2 Beds
1 Bath
720 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # NDP2300715
Property Type Manufactured Home
Price Type --
Coldwell Banker Borrego
Check out this charming home in the Holiday Mobile Home park. Some of its great features include mini split heating and air, laminate flooring, updated kitchen plus an inviting front porch and storage shed.

1174 E Main St 91 El Cajon, CA 92021

$34,900
1 Bed
1 Bath
624 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 220025298
Property Type Mobile Home
Price Type --
Keller Williams Realty
Amazing opportunity to create the retirement space of your dreams in a sought-after pet friendly 55+ mobile home community of Safari Mobile Lodge in El Cajon. An investment in this extremely desirable lot allows a buyer with a vision to take advantage of the park's clubhouse with regularly scheduled activities, swimming pool, game room and library. Laundry room and chapel are available for use as well as private space for events. The community is positioned on several major bus lines, is half a mile from Wells Park and shopping.

1010 Palm Canyon Dr 14 Borrego Springs, CA 92004

$29,500
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,440 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 230001010
Property Type Mobile Home
Price Type --
Road Runner Realty
Price Reduced! Lovely cul de sac location within steps of the pool, clubhouse and greenbelt. Mostly furnished, 2 bed, 2 bath. Great features include, new 1800 BTU mini split, new swamp cooler, both bedrooms have AC, ceiling fans, lovely back patio with lots of shade and fenced yard for your pup. Enclosed Borrego Room with newer swamp cooler & adjoining room for storage or projects. Front porch with rails, green belt view, 2 sheds. This home is filled with potential and ready for your personal touch. Located in the RoadRunner club 55+ gated community with pickleball, tennis, horseshoes, pool jacuzzi, exercise room, and much more! Land lease only $900 month.

1010 #57 Palm Canyon Dr 57 Borrego Springs, CA 92004

$20,000
2 Beds
2 Baths
800 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 220029784
Property Type Mobile Home
Price Type --
Road Runner Realty
Super price on this lovely home! Nice layout in this smaller 2 bedroom, 2 bath home. Kitchen has been updated with new appliances, blinds, counter tops, flooring, ceiling fans. Nicely updated bathrooms as well. Located in a quite Cul De Sac for lower land lease. The RoadRunner Golf and Country Club is an active 55+ community with pickle ball, tennis, bocce ball, horseshoes, pool, jacuzzi, shuffleboard, club activities year-round. Land lease only $808 mo.

3690 Torrey View Court Unknown, CA 92130

$3,500
6 Beds
3.5 Baths
-- SqFt
Status Pending
MLS # 1020329
Property Type Attached
Price Type --
PRUDENTIAL CALIFORNIA REALTY
BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED PLAN 4 W/CANYON VIEWS. GOURMET KITCHEN W/BLACK GRANITE TOPS AND CENTER ISLAND. PERFECT FAMILY HOME DOWNSTAIRS OFFICE. GATED COMMUNTIY, CLOSE TO ALL.

 

The San Diego Unified School District is actually the second largest in California, next only to the Los Angeles School District. To date, there are over 200 institutions located there with about 16,000 employees. What most people may find surprising is that the district is going to celebrate its 164th founding anniversary this July 2018. That means it’s been around since 1854.

To date, there are more than 100 primary schools, 24 middle schools, 27 high schools and 25 charter schools in the area. For good measure, there are also 10 alternative schools in the district.

This is a large district, with a more than $1 billion annual budget for operations.

Demographic

Almost half of the population in the San Diego Unified School District is Hispanic (46.5%). This is followed by Caucasians (23.4%), Asians (13%), and African-Americans (10.2%). Multi-racial ethnicities comprise 5.4% while Pacific Islanders and Native Americans are less than one percent of the total student population.

More than a quarter of the students are English learners, while 6 in 10 of them are eligible for either free meals or discounted meals. There are more than 130,000 students here.

The largest population density is located in the mid-city although new developments such as Scripps Ranch and Mira Mesa to the north help decongest the heart of the district. Mira Mesa and Scripps Ranch, however, are not for everybody because the median cost of homes there is about $550,000.

Real Estate Department

All developments are run through the Real Estate Department. No commercial or residential projects are built in the district without the go signal from this office. For residential construction, fees are pegged at $3.48 per square foot. However, for spaces that are less than 499 square feet, the developer fees are waived.

For commercial or industrial projects, developer fees are pegged at $0.56 per square foot of covered space.

Real Estate Market

The district spans across 208 square miles, bordered by several neighborhoods. To the north, you have Mira Mesa and Scripps Ranch. To the south you have Paradise Hills, Bay Terraces, and Logan Heights. You go to the east and you will find yourself in Lake Murray and San Carlos. Finally, to the west are the coastal areas of La Jolla and Point Loma.

Each neighborhood school is constantly monitored for total student population. The neighborhoods are strictly monitored for overcrowding.

By its very purpose, the San Diego Unified School District has a very robust real estate market. Families buy a house here or rent so they can be near the schools of their kids, and save money and time on the commute.

Whether justified or not, the houses here command a higher price. You would be hard-pressed to find homes in the three-bedroom, two baths, and yard space in the $250K range. With the right realtor, this is certainly doable. But you can also expect to be living in the district outskirts with that price range, and probably not a detached home either. The typical homes here cost upwards of $350K.