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1 hour ago, Effington said:

San Diego's weather is amazing, but where can you live for under a million dollars?

Yes, that is the problem.  You can buy for less than a million, if you get off the coast, but I get your point.  But it is less expensive than San Francisco, about the same as Los Angeles.  Millions of people make it work.

Scripps Ranch is a nice community about 10 miles off the coast, you can find townhomes/condos for around $500,000: https://www.zillow.com/homes/Scripps-Ranch_rb/

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