We just answered your other question. Yes, cars get broken into in every state in the US. Sad, but true.
For actual crime statistics, consult Google or the local police ... more
Real estate agents are prohibited by a federal statute from answering questions related to safety, neighborhood demographics, school systems, etc.
You can either use Googl ... more
I live in Seven Oaks and yes it is quiet, safe with friendly neighbors to talks with while on your evening walk. There is a nice community center with pool, exercise equipm ... more
I hate to give you such a political response here, but agents are not legally allowed to provide clients with information on the safety of neighborhoods (other than ... more
Please contact me directly if you have any other questions.
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Your question is subjective and as Realtors, we cannot answer that without doing what is called "steering," which is when Realtors try to guide you in or out of certain n ... more
There is a lot of great advice here. Safety reports and alerts can be set to your emails. Also, San Diego is a big place. Are you available to go drive through a bunch of z ... more
First, we agree with Cory...go there and walk around as each person's experience and criteria for safety are different.
Also, the San Diego PD has it's own page with inf ... more
There, you can plug in any address and get a comprehensive look at crime acti ... more
You do have tenant rights and should review your lease. Your landlord should have known, he is required to provide you with notice prior to any showings and has no right to en ... more
MY TEAM HAS OVER 100 PRE-LISTED FORECLOSURES AND WE ARE THE LISTING AGENT! - Ple ... more