When purchasing a house in Del Cerro, located in the eastern part of San Del Cerro CADiego CA, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how open and alive the landscape is. Yes, it can be considered just your average suburb, but there’s something more going on here. There is a community feel akin to a small town. Del Cerro residents not only look out for each other, but they try to help one another as often as possible. Community outreach is a big part of the fabric of this unique San Diego neighborhood.

Del Cerro is considered a wealthy neighborhood by some. The truth of the matter though, is the majority of the homes are not considered “Luxury Homes”. No, most of them are under two million dollars and at least half of the houses in Del Cerro are under one million. Which should be music to the ears of the frugal home buyer who’s hoping to get the most for their money.

The rolling hills that surround Del Cerro remind me of the Hollywood Hills just north in Los Angeles. The homes in these hills are eclectic, original little masterpieces. Most of them were built in the sixties and seventies, back when builders were more creative in my opinion. These are some of the best single family homes on the market. You feel like you’re above it all because, well you are. You’re above it all in the hills. Once you step over the threshold in these homes it’s easy to put the rest of your day behind you and just relax.

Like most neighborhoods these days there are of course foreclosures in Del Cerro.  These bank owned properties are often some of the best deals on the market. They tend to be fixer uppers, but for the buyer looking to save money on purchase price that should not be a problem at all.

If I can I’d like to urge any buyer looking at the Del Cerro real estate market to attend the annual block party. You’ll instantly get a sense of everything the area has to offer. After you’ve visited the area, you can log onto OpenOffer.com and we’ll complete the most important stage in your home purchase process.

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