Three units for sale with a detached 2-bed 1 & 1-1/2 bath home in front with a duplex in rear with alley access with each unit having a 1 bed & 1 bath. Long term owner has made many upgrades over the years with long term tenants who would like to stay. Off street parking with a common area between homes & small yards for the duplex. This is a trust sale. Tenants are long term and would like to stay under the current section 8 program. Landlord pays: Trash: 1) $150 (EDCO) don’t know if monthly or bimonthly. 2) Water; $200 (Sweetwater Authority) bimonthly.3) Gardner: $80 monthly. Present offers with proof of funds and any loan approval.
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National City, Ca 91950 Community Information and Statistics Report
National City, San Diego County’s second oldest city,is truly “In the center of it
all:” a thriving bi-national region of 5 million consumers. The City’s competitive
edge is its central location, transportation network, and business industry.
National City is 10 minutes from everywhere and positioned for prosperity, with
proximity to the San Diego Bay, US-Mexico border, downtown San Diego,
international airport, rail, San Diego State University, and other colleges and
National City is circled by interstates 5 and 805, and highways 54 and 15. The
San Diego Trolley and the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) service National
City 7 days a week. These transportation resources conveniently connect the
City to the region.
National City is home to over 3,000 businesses – a remarkable number for a
city with a population of 61,115. As one of the healthiest business climates in
Southern California, National City businesses come from various industries and
sectors. Business types range from small family-owned operations to multi
million dollar corporations. National City also boasts the highest sales tax per
capita in the County.
The National City Marine Terminal, part of the Unified Port of San Diego, is the
most advanced vehicle import and export facility on the West Coast, processing
more than 270,000 vehicles annually. Lumber is also imported from the Pacific
Northwest for construction use throughout the region. National City’s port area
extends three miles along San Diego Bay and is part of the largest U.S. Navy
installation on the West Coast.
Shopping. National City is a great place for shopping. The City is served by
several major shopping centers; South Bay Plaza, the first regional shopping
center in San Diego, National City Plaza Shopping Center, Sweetwater Crossing,
Bay Plaza Shopping Center, grove Shopping Center and Westfield Plaza Bonita.
Plaza Bonita recently underwent a $130 million expansion which added 30 new
stores and an AMC theater, making Plaza Bonita the largest enclosed mall in
the South Bay. If you are shopping for a car, visit the “Mile of Cars,” where you
will find 21 different franchise dealers and more than 5,000 cars. The Mile of
Cars leads the San Diego area in number of vehicles sold and dollar sales.
Dining. If you’re in the mood for Mexican, Japanese or a good old fashion
cheese burger, National City has it all. The National City restaurant scene has
over 200 restaurants to choose from, running the full range from affordable
fast food, to interesting ethnic restaurants, to fine dining.
City Parks. National City’s 87.2 acres of park land exceed the statewide norm.
The city’s four major parks include: El Toyon Park, Kimball Park, Las Palmas
Park and Sweetwater Heights Park.
Recreation. Duffers of all ages are invited to golf the National City Golf
Course. The nine-hole course offers discount rates for City residents and
economical rates for non-residents as well. For the hot summer days, visit the
National City community pool – Las Palmas. The National City recreation
division provides programs at the Olympic-sized pool as well as at six
recreation centers, nine schools, and two senior citizen centers. Over twenty
different instruction classes are offered in athletics, dance, and crafts at the
various centers. National City’s recreation division offers a diverse year-round
program of activities for all ages.