Low Income Housing Resources in San Diego

Posted by golancorshidi on  November 1, 2020
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We strive to help as many people find housing in San Diego. Recently, we noticed a lot of messages from individuals and families looking for help with being able to afford a home.  In an effort to help you with your search, we have put together a handful of resources to help you find your perfect home. These resources below are specifically for low-income families or people. We hope that these resources help. We aim

Best Places to Hike in San Diego

Posted by golancorshidi on  August 3, 2020
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People enjoy hiking for different reasons. For some, it is a way of staying fit while spending time in nature. For others, it’s a welcome break from sharing limited space with roommates. Whatever the reason, you’ll surely have a great time hiking in San Diego. You can find many wonderful hiking trails here, but which one is the most attractive? To help you narrow down your search for the best places to hike in San

Checklist for Moving To a New City

Posted by golancorshidi on  July 14, 2020
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If you ever moved houses before, you know how complex and stressful that task can be. If you haven’t, then, you are about to find out. Moving is a time, energy, and money-consuming process. And, because of that, you must start planning and preparing for it ahead of time. Luckily, we are here to help you. We have created the perfect checklist for moving out that can help you stay on track and not lose
I recently found myself looking for new housing after having a terrible experience living with three other housemates in a shared house. I found it difficult to maintain cleanliness, I found it hard to keep noise levels down, and most importantly I found it impossible to make my home feel like a home. Now that I am looking for housing again, I am noticing that there is a tradeoff of living alone versus living with
Looking for a new place can be a long and stressful process of sorting through Zillow and craigslist ads. If you find a place you really like you will probably decide that you want to see the place in person. Showings can be short and it is easy to forget to ask everything you need to know regarding this potential new home. We decided to try to tell you what we feel are the important

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  • Bruce Bowers

    November 1, 2020 at 10:55 pm

    Thanks for putting this list together! I just moved to San Diego and finding an affordable place has definitely been a struggle.


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