I think your criteria is unrealistic as $200/month in HOA/fees will be very hard to come by.
There are approximately 113 propertis in San Diego County that meet your 1000 square ft, 2/2, $220k criteria. Email me and I will send them to you.
To Cory's point, many agents will have an area they prefer and will generally have a bias that direction. You need to be careful not to let your view be clouded by their natural bias.
To Jerry's point, older complex's will not have mello roos like so many newer places in Eastlake. But, it is the newer places that command higher rent.
To Cindy's point, the college area is always a good market for tenants. I owned rentals there for some time. It does come with its headaches though and turnover is generally higher.
Be sure you check out the HOA itself, as a low monthly fee could mean problems in other places, like differed maintenance, lawsuits, and other costs for which assessments can be approved and charged to each homeowner. These assessments can be thousands of dollars....and there is no point in buying an investment that is a money loser if you can ask the right questions and get the right information to avoid it.
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