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San Diegans Can Save $200 a Month by Buying A Home in Temecula and Commuting to San Diego

So says university institute study

Daily Business Report, SD METRO MAGAZINE

Friday, April 1, 2016

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According to Census figures, more than 13,000 people moved from San Diego to Southern Riverside, adding to the already 42,000 commuters that live in Riverside County but who work in San Diego. “This isn’t just cheap gas,” said Erik Bruvold, president of the institute. “Fuel costs would need to more than double to close the gap and would have to more than triple in the comparison we drew between single-family homes in Rancho Bernardo and similar homes in Southern Riverside County. In a region which is trying to reduce its dependency on cars and reduce its environmental footprint, we have to do more to increase the supply of housing to close this gap.”