4 Best Areas to Live in California for Property Managers
Whether you are buying a home, moving around California or you’re changing states altogether, you’ll love the versatility this palm treed land has got to offer. An epicenter of pop culture and the latest trending events (and people,) California is also a place that will treat you to beautiful real-estate, great life and an opportunity to enjoy its gorgeous mountains, beaches, the famous Silicon Valley and everything else in between.
For the curious, we’re singling out four places in California you may want to call your new home:
Los Angeles, CA
The biggest city in California is Los Angeles, and it looks like it does in movies — gorgeous, warm and sunny! The balance in the weather comes mid-spring and winter when there’s plenty of rainy and chilly nights. Home to Hollywood which is also a major center for business, fashion, and manufacturing. Sports fans will love it for its sports teams such as the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, and Kings. Los Angeles Farmer’s Market is one of the locals’ favorite spots as it’s tourist free and offers bargain shopping. Singles, creatives, dreamers, and fashionistas will fit right in here.
San Diego, CA
Known for sunny weather and an array of options for adventure, San Diego is a major metro area attracting people from all around the world. If you want to live in a city that’ll never make you feel bored out of your mind, San Diego is the city for it. If you are heading to San Diego for a visit, don’t leave without exploring important attractions like Balboa Park, LEGOLAND, SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo. If you are into craft beers, go to the Gaslamp District — an area popular with college students, young families, and beachgoers. If you are unsure about the type of property to buy or rent, you can always hire a property manager to help you out.
San Francisco, CA
San Fran, one of the most beautiful Californian cities, is located on the bay and makes for a perfect living spot for those who enjoy cool breezes and mild weather. It is a great city for history lovers and architecture admirers: when you live in San Francisco, you are a ride or a walk away from Alcatraz, Chinatown, Lombard Street, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Since there are over 200 parks nearby, nature lovers and fitness enthusiasts will enjoy it to the fullest. The word on the street is that San Francisco is one of US cities with the best dating opportunities. Go figure!
If you are into all that capital life, then move to Sacramento and become a part of the most critical state discussions, politics, enjoy the plethora of 5-star universities and fantastic art and educational centers you can find. Sacramento is great for a long weekend at nearby Lake Tahoe, any of the 1,200 restaurants in the city or a Kings game. If you’ve got a family, the nearby Folsom is an excellent option for you to find affordable home values, good median income, and top-rated schools. You can also move to Yuba City for a lower cost of living, if necessary.
Apart from these four cities we’ve listed, there are plenty more options for the California enthusiasts. When evaluating real estate, we advise you to consider a few parameters, like your budget, expectations of the area you’d want to live in, schools, proximity to work, etc. If you need any concrete information and professional service to help you with your real estate, talk to us at INFO@LLCPM.COM