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Tierrasanta was originally part of the Mission San Diego de Alcalá ranch, which was active during the late 18th and 19th centuries. The U.S. military purchased the land in 1941 as Camp Elliott, a Marine Corps training facility. The Marines moved out in 1944 and the land was transferred to the Navy. It was deactivated in 1946. In 1961, the U.S. Government sold the area that is now Tierrasanta and a portion of neighboring Mission Trails Regional Park to the City of San Diego. In the following year, the Elliott Community Plan was issued to serve as a roadmap for development going forward, and in 1971 Tierrasanta was founded.
By 1982 approximately one-half of the private residential area had been developed, with the area called Tierrasanta Norte, in the northeastern part of town, being one of the locations still to be developed. Tierrasanta has been almost fully built out since the early 1990s, and in 2010 had a population of 30,443 (ZIP code 92124). Some 2,300 homes grouped in the southwest portion of town are part of the Murphy Canyon military housing complex.
Tierrasanta was one of the first master planned communities in San Diego.
Proper representation in California’s complicated real estate purchase procedures and regulations can not only ensure that you achieve the best possible price, but also will have a smooth transaction as well as being protected from possible on first seen contingencies that could derail the entire transaction.
Sure, hiring a San Diego real estate agent or even a San Diego real estate broker who does not specialize in this area to represent your real estate interest may work out just fine. Also, perhaps having a distant cousin who has their California real estate license in L.A. represent your San Diego real estate transaction may also work out well.
But, again, common sense would dictate the most conservative approach to buying or selling San Diego real estate, is to engage a real estate broker who specializes in the area that you are considering, and even better who may live that in that area.
In conclusion, with the high cost of San Diego residential real estate a potential San Diego real estate buyer or San Diego real estate seller owes it to themselves to get the best possible real estate representation to guide them through a very complex and in many cases life-changing transaction.
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Bob Schwartz, brokerforyou CA Lic.#00706331
Tierrasanta Real Estate Agent