San Carlos real estate is known as one of the nicest upper middle class areas in all of California. The homes are affordable. They’re built well, most of them having been constructed in the 70’s and 80’s. Because the homes are from this time period they all have an individual feel. This time period was one of the last times construction firms built with creativity. There are no cookie cutter neighborhoods in San Carlos.

Located in Easter San Diego City, San Carlos homes for sale offer buyers all of the perks of the big city with a comfortable suburban lifestyle. Located not far from other great San diego neighborhoods like Tierrasanta, Del Cerro and Allied Gardens, you also get the best of those other suburban San Diego areas. Not only that but it borders the Mission Trail Regional Park, a 5800 acre open space reserve right in the heart of San Diego. Talk about getting away from it all.


Condos for sale in San Carlos are all modern and in great proximity to all of these amenities as well. The close living communities in these newer builds are stocked with everything todays home buyer is looking for. You’ll find perks like granite countertops, open floor plans, wood floors and large walk in closets. All of that in a safe and secure condo community with great nearby neighbors to make you feel like you’re a part of something.

When I said San Carlos was an upper middle class neighborhood I didn’t mean that the homes available in San Carlos are upwards of a million dollars. Far from it. In fact, you can find foreclosures in San Carlos that are about as affordable as you can get. If you’re willing to purchase a bank owned property than you’re most likely going to find a fixer upper that needs a little work. But if you’re paying less then you’ll be able to save that money for those renovations. You’ll have your own dream home before you know it.

San Carlos homes for sale, whether they’re condos or foreclosure or not are a great place to start looking. Let start negotiating your perfect price now.

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