Interesting question. I agree that it will also depend on what your motivating factors are for where you want to live and what time frame you are looking at. I specialize in Oceanside, having grown up here, and currently running my business and raising my three young kids here. So any questions you have about Oceanside, I would be happy to answer. If you want to take a tour of some available homes to get a feel for the different neighborhoods, I would be happy to show you around.
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Generally Orange County would be the best over all
I would check the comparables for each in case they are close
I work in Orange County and some parts of San Diego county being fallbrook and Oceanside areas I have clients in these two areas
I can help you in the process, if you'd like to give me a call or email
Talk to you soon
Ingrid Ski Realtor
This gives you some historic data, but if you take a look over on a competing site you'll see they predict appreciation in Tustin to be at a rate of about 2% higher thank Oceanside next year. If this is a long term investment with plans to occupy, you're better off making a decision based on where you'd rather live.
Joe Van Fossen
Keller Williams Realty