Due to low home values, certain neighborhoods in San Diego are deemed as the worst.
Neighborhoods In San Diego That Struggle With Low Home Values
Neighborhoods in San Diego are known for being a great place to live, but the existence of the not-so-great neighborhoods in San Diego taints this compliment.
According to a published article by Living In San Diego, these neighborhoods in San Diego include San Ysidro, which is close to the US/Mexico border and has low home values and limited activities.
Barrio Logan/Logan Heights, one of the older neighborhoods in San Diego, is falling behind compared to the rest of the city but is showing signs of improvement.
Mt Hope is another one of the neighborhoods in San Diego, where home values are low and there is a large cemetery that dominates the area. Another one of the neighborhoods in San Diego is Oak Park, which is near San Diego State University with lower home values due to student housing.
Lastly, Lemon Grove is an area that has been improving but still has a downtown area that is not recommended for evening visits.
Overall, while neighborhoods in San Diego deemed as the worst may not compare to those in larger cities like Los Angeles, they still have their drawbacks.
Slurry Seal Program
In a published article by Hoodline, the city of San Diego is repairing roads in several neighborhoods through its ongoing Slurry Seal program. The Slurry Seal program aims to delay street decay and minimize the need for more expensive repairs.