Oceanside Homes for Sale

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Oceanside has matured into a thriving community and a popular beach destination in its own right. A recent culinary boom has put it on the map as a dining destination as the town is filled with colorful eateries, brew pubs, and patios for post-surfing happy hours.

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Oceanside, CA.

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Oceanside Real Estate Market July 19, 2024
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Relocating to Oceanside

This is where we will tell you all the great things about the great North County Coastal city of Oceanside!

Real estate in Oceanside is very affordable and therefore you can find large communities for retired people and senior citizens easily. You can find everything, from apartments to condominiums and small homes to luxury palaces and villas.

The real estate market in Oceanside is currently one of the hottest right now, with home prices significantly lower than Encinitas or Carlsbad. There are lots of superstores and shopping malls springing up in every major neighborhood in the city, because of the affordable real estate market and young families are moving to the area.

Living in Oceanside

The city has seen its residency grow over the past couple of decades as there have been about 12,000 newcomers moving to Oceanside since 2000. It is the third-largest city in San Diego County. The median household income in Oceanside is $77,226, a number that is about $10,000 less than the national average.

Schools in Oceanside

Residents will find a number of schools to choose from in Oceanside. The city includes six different school districts that range from public to private schools. For high schools, the top options are found in the Oceanside Unified School District. Students in the area can attend Oceanside High or El Camino High for top-tier education. El Camino High regularly receives the highest rankings out of the city’s high school programs.

Cost of Living in Oceanside

Among the more affordable places to live in California, the city of Oceanside offers reasonable pricing on many of its local expenses. And while the cost of living in Oceanside is about lower than the state average, it is still higher than the national average. While local groceries tend to be a bit more expensive, other items like healthcare, transportation, utilities, and the housing market are more affordable than California medians.

Things To Do & Places to Eat

The city of Oceanside is packed with fun activities and a wide range of unique activities. Among the top places to visit in Oceanside is the Oceanside Harbor Village, where you can shop, fish, and take part in many other things. Right next to local beaches and offering great views of the harbor, you’re sure to enjoy a day at this local attraction.

Living in Oceanside is a popular choice thanks to the gorgeous homes, top schools, and excellent recreational options. It offers all the amenities and ocean views of living at in a beachfront town with an eclectic blend of shops, restaurants, museums, and cafes.

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