Moving to another state is not an easy decision. If you are thinking of moving to San Diego, and you need help in making a life-changing decision, here are 11 things you should know. W have prepared useful information from the Southern California weather to how to make your interstate move go smoothly.
San Diego is very popular for its comfortable weather in all states. Approximately 64 degrees is the average temperature there within a year. The average high is approx. Seventy degrees and the average low is 58.Tip: If you’re moving to San Diego from a colder state, think about getting rid of most of your winter clothes, and leave only those that you need when travel. The less stuff you need to transport the cheaper your move! Read more (“How to cut costs when moving”).
When moving to San Diego, you will probably mention that the environment there is spectacular! Caves and mountains, beautiful costs, – the area has a lot of opportunities for spending the San Diego sunsets. Do not forget to check out the view of Balboa Park! The city owns over 17 miles of coastline, a variety of public beaches and plenty of opportunities for water activity!
It is more popular to drive your car in San Diego. And, that is the reason why during rush hours roads there are super busy with cars. Due to the typically dry weather, a little rain in the state is bringing major jams on the streets. If you decide to transfer your car when moving across the country to San Diego, you need to get a smog check first and register your vehicle to transfer the title to California at your local DMV office.
If you are traveling a lot, you can find San Diego International Airport in the center of downtown San Diego. There are plenty of destinations you can easily reach from there.
Indeed, the location of San Diego brings a lot of opportunities for travelers! You can get to Las Vegas in 5 hours; you can reach Los Angeles in 2. With your family, you can go to Disneyland, and it will take you less than 2 hours. San Diego is very close to Mexico. You can even go to Tijuana for one day and explore another culture, art, and food so easily!
Neighborhoods in “America’s Finest City” are each special in their way. To choose the best area for you and your family in San Diego, check out the short info below.
|1. Little Italy||Carbs & garlic bread|
|2. Carmel Valley||People with a car|
|3. Mission Hills||Historic San Diego|
|4. North Park||Hipster bars & restaurants|
|5. Balboa Park||Being close to downtown|
|7. La Jolla||UCSD students|
|8. Ocean Beach||The beach|
|9. Mission Valley||Shopping|
|10. Pacific Beach||Parties on the beach|
Not without reasons, but the cost of living in San Diego is higher than in other cities of this size. Average salary rate in the state is near $60,000, but taxes are high. $555,000 is the average San Diego home price, and $2,775 is the average San Diego apartment rental price. So renting instead of buying may be the reasonable choice when moving to San Diego.
The architecture of San Diego shows examples of Craftsman, Victorian and Mid-Century Modern, which gives each house there its unique appeal. Buildings in San Diego often have plain terracotta roofs and tiles that given the impression of their Spanish roots.
Especially when it comes to a long-distance move or crossing the state, hiring a moving company is a must. Professionals will move your possessions safely, will consult you with all questions, including things that are prohibited from packing. Read (“YOURSELF VS MOVERS: WHO WILL GET PACKING“). For those who are moving from another state and want more relaxed moving and decided to pack things without professional help, another option is moving storage container.
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