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Feel Oceanside’s Sea Breeze

Oceanside Real Estate, Oceanside Homes For Sale

OceansideOceanside is a small beach community located approximately 40 miles from downtown San Diego and is considered the northernmost city in San Diego County.  It is bordered by Camp Pendleton to the North and Carlsbad to the South. It has a current population of about 179,000 and has experienced dramatic growth in the past two decades.

There are too many attractions in Oceanside to name, but a few of them include: The California Surf Museum, the Oceanside Pier (longest wooden pier in the Western United States, the bungalow house featured in the movie Top Gun is located on South Pacific Street, and the world’s 2nd largest beach soccer festival is held here each May at Oceanside Harbor Beach.

Oceanside sits next to Camp Pendleton, a large marine base situated between Oceanside and San Clemente.  Being a young marine wouldn’t be so bad if your base happens to sit seaside.  Oceanside is an eclectic community people wise because of the mix of vacationers and marines. There is a younger element to Oceanside because of these young men and women, a family vibe, as well as a tourist hotspot, especially in the summer months.

While Oceanside is not as convenient to get to as some of San Diego County’s other cities, it really makes up for it in terms of not only lifestyle, but home price as well.  Oceanside sees lower real estate prices for much of the same attractions as the other cities, making it the place to get everything you want out of the San Diego lifestyle without the hefty price tag.

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About Shannon

Shannon Biszantz is a San Diego native from elementary school through university

Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School
Torrey Pines High School
University of San Diego

Shannon graduated with a Business Administration Degree from USD and has spoken in the business department and to the Alumni on Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Global Manufacturing and its relation to the U.S. Economy.

In the mid 90’s Shannon started a contract manufacturing company in San Diego servicing the Biotech, Medical Device and Defense Industries. After 10 years of being 1 of only 2 women in California to direct and lead a company in this field, Shannon retired from her position of Vice President of Sales and Marketing to start a more enjoyable career in the real estate sector.

“My personal experience in buying and selling real estate has been financially as well as emotionally rewarding. For years I have contemplated a career in real estate where I could enjoy what I do. My extensive real estate knowledge of San Diego has helped me spot solid investment properties in our area and capitalize on those investments. I look forward to sharing that experience and helping others find their dream home.”

Shannon’s philosophy on servicing your real estate needs:

“My goal is to dedicate myself to representing the interests of my clients in all aspects of the buying and selling process.”

“Buying or selling can often be an emotional process. My mission is to make the transition for you as smooth as possible. If you choose me as your realtor, I will be by your side through all the steps of the buying/selling process. As my client, I will be primarily concerned with representing your needs.”

Shannon Biszantz has lived in La Jolla, Del Mar Heights, Olde Del Mar and now presently lives on the golf course at Morgan Run in Rancho Santa Fe.

Shannon Biszantz’ Social Affiliations:

Morgan Run Country Club (Ladies Golf Club Member and Team Golf Member)

Santa Margarita Woman’s Golf League

Aztec Working Dog Club of Ramona

German Shepherd Club of San Diego

USD Alumni

For more information about the “Biszantz Connection” … please visit “Cobra Farms”
For more information on Shannon’s favorite charity … “Tranquility Farm” … where racehorses have a save place to live the rest of their lives!

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