The Case-Shiller Home Price Indices are out for May, and San Diego saw a 23.2% decline in prices year over year. That’s the bad news. The good news is that if you are looking to buy a home in Scripps Ranch, you now know who your management company will be.
It’s been quite a little project, but our interactive companion map to the table of Scripps Ranch Homeowners Associations (brought to you by EditGrid) is mostly complete. I say mostly, because I know of one subdivision for which we are missing information and another four which I somehow failed to include in the map, but at this point, finding the missing data is like a little game of “Where’s Waldo?”
This little labor of love was created using Google mapping. Ultimately, my goal is to include a photo for each subdivision. Of course, we have created a monster which we will have to continually update, but it beats the heck out of spending my time obsessing over those wacky Case-Shiller dudes.
We have long been acquiring and posting floor plans on our web site for the various Scripps Ranch neighborhoods. Our newest creation represents our latest installment in our information overload series. This will permanently reside on our web site under the “Scripps Ranch ‘Hoods” tab, and now that we have more or less answered the question of who does or doesn’t pay Mello Roos, I am off to figure out what other useful neighborhood information I can provide that people don’t know they need or want.