San Diego is a coveted place to live and buying a newly-built townhome in and around the popular city offers benefits that other areas, older properties or single-family homes don’t have.
1. San Diego Says It All
Who wouldn’t want to live in San Diego? The warm weather, beaches, restaurants…the list is endless, and San Diego and the surrounding communities have it all. Maybe you want the laid back beach-town vibe of Oceanside, or the historic downtown area of El Cajon – whatever you are looking for, you are bound to find it in one of Hallmark’s new communities.
The rest of the country agrees. According to a survey by U.S. News & World Report, San Diego is the #1 most fun place to live in the country. It was also ranked as the 3rd best place to live in California and 11th best place to live for quality of life in the United States. Buying a new Hallmark townhome will get you your own slice of paradise.
2. It’s New
That’s right, when you buy a newly built townhome, no one has lived there before you. New flooring, never cooked on appliances, fresh paint, and perfectly clean bathrooms – it is all yours and in pristine condition. And, you won’t have any surprise costly repairs due to wear and tear like you might with an older home.
3. Lock and Leave
When you are ready to go on an adventure, you can just lock up and go. There is no heavy-duty maintenance like there is with a single-family home. You won’t need to worry about an overgrown lawn, and because you are surrounded by neighbors there will likely be eyes on your home while you are away.
4. Better than a Single-Family Home or Condo
The low maintenance of a townhome is the one major benefit from living in a single-family home. There will be someone else to maintain the landscaping, make sure walkways are clear, and take care of the maintenance of the exterior of your townhome. A townhome gives all the comforts and style of single-family living, but less stress to own.
5. The Sense of Community
If you buy a newly built townhome, you will probably be able to afford to live closer to the action, like the beaches or within walking distance of restaurants. This walkability and easy access to the things you enjoy can give you a sense of connection with the surrounding community. You will also live close (but not too close!) to your neighbors, which gives you the chance to appreciate the community you live in.