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Tue May 7, 2013
Piere Pirnejad answered:
Irvine has some of the best schools in the country, as well as some of the best planned neighborhoods for you and your family. Depending on your needs there are a few sub-divisions in Irvine that I would highly recommended if you have younger children. Neighborhoods such as university park are fantastic for families with children as the schools are withing walking distance and has many parks and walkways to enjoy the outdoors

Please let me know if I can be of any assistance.
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Fri Jun 6, 2014
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Lynne & Shawn Graves answered:
It depends on what you are considering the best. If you are looking for the best area for schools or the best area for least crime then the first thing I would check is the school reports for the areas as well as the crime reports for the areas you are interested in. Unfortenately by law we cannot give that advice of what is deemed to be the best, we can only recommend these reports for you to decide on. ... more
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Tara Feick answered:
First, I would do a little online research to help you decide on an area to move. Once that decision has been made, I would contact a relocation agent in that area. An agent specializing in relocation services can be a huge help. They are trained to be an advocate in all aspects of your move. Moving to a new area is sometimes an overwhelming experience, and a relocation expert can reduce your confusion, get your feet on the ground, and help you move ahead quickly and confidently. ... more
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
John Bourassa answered:
Hi Angielee,

Anything in close walk to any beaches in the entire country is always a good to a best neighborhood to be in for they are by far the #1 locations every one wants (or, at least, dreams to one day live on a beach). Remember the old saying: "Location, location, location!).

That being said, if your husband is to work in Fort Lauderdale, then, Fort Lauderdale's "east-side" (along the beach) will be where to look (if your husband will work north Fort Lauderdale, then you can also consider south Pompano Beach, and so on). But, if you don't mind long commuting drives, then, Delray Beach (about 25 miles away) or South Beach (also 25 miles away) are also great areas to live.

However, Fort Lauderdale is really a small town with a big, BIG attitude loaded with tons of civic activities, theaters, zillion of restaurants, exciting night life, GREAT SCHOOLD (public or private) and a huge International Airport only 15 minutes drive to. If you get bored living in Fort Lauderdale, don't blame Ft Lauderdale ;-)

For your budget of "...up to $2,000/month..." it should not be difficult to get you in a condo (not a house) within a short walking distance to the beach on a yearly lease. If you want a house, you will need to be in-land within 10-15 minutes drive to the beach.

Welcome to Fort Lauderdale!
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Fri Feb 3, 2017
The Kingsmore Team answered:
To find a rental you can contact a company that handles long term rentals. I will be happy to supply you with a couple if you like or you can go on line and find them.
As for finding work that may be a little more difficult but there are plenty of job opportunities especailly this time of the year when the tourist season is about to start. Guess it just depends on your qualifications and the type work you have interest in.
Feel free to give me a call if you have questions about real estate in the area.
Dan Kingsmore
Keller Williams Realty
843 421 8218
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Sun Apr 7, 2013
Michael Cheng answered:
Any new environment increases the amount of cognitive effort necessary to adapt. However, not everybody responds with stress. Some people really enjoy the novelty of new places, things, and jobs. So, there's no way to categorically say that a new environment would always interrupt transition to a new job. Maybe it does and maybe it doesn't. In that case, there's no value in the answer to such a question. ... more
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Fri Oct 24, 2014
Michael Cheng answered:
Sure, they must provide some value to the homebuyer. Otherwise, why would anybody pay for their service?
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Sun Apr 7, 2013
Michael Cheng answered:
The partnership probably wouldn't benefit the corporation, since it's a large net expense. But, it could benefit the employees.
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Sun Apr 7, 2013
JOSEPH E JARUSINSKY JR answered:
Jaime, I have answered a couple of your questions already, but you asked them as a buyer from Pittsburgh. Are you from Pittsburgh looking to relocate, or are you a Realtor in San Marcos?

Joe Jarusinsky, Realtor/Master Instructor, Keller Williams Realty, Austin's #1 Real Estate Company, Ranked #1 by Buyers and Sellers (JD Power & Assoc. 2012) Call 512-261-4415
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Mark Malave answered:
It is awesome. Best city to live and we have jobs here!
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Wed May 1, 2013
Amy Perdomo answered:
Kenner is a suburb of New Orleans, it is a 15 minute drive from the city and has shopping (malls, retail, discount, and boutique), a new state of the art movie theatre completing construction, wonderful parks and recreation throughout, and I just happen to have a 3 bedroom home available for rent (freshly painted, newer appliances, tremendous backyard with deck and workshop, and an open floor plan). It is listed for $1100 and is down the street from a high performing elementary school. Call or email me to discuss further. Will send you a link with property info, demographics, and an overview of the area. Talk soon, Amy ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
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Mon Apr 8, 2013
Myra Jill Barker answered:
We have many lakes in my area and inexpensive foreclosures. We are about 30 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean.

Call if I can be of help.

Thanks,

Myrajill Barker
352-481-2376
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Sun Apr 28, 2013
Matthew Simone answered:
Union school systems are good, have you looked into any other towns? What exactly are you looking for overall?

Matthew Simone
All Towne Realty
732.320.6299
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
stephen webber answered:
Yep it will be boring for a single guy.
You will find Kirkland and Old Bellevue offfer lively activity but Queen Ann, Ballard, and Greenlake are the most fun.

Best of Luck, Stephen
Your-Road-Home.com
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Johnny Williams answered:
It would be my pleasure to assist you in finding the perfect home here in San Antonio.

Feel free to contact me at (210) 858-7899 or email me jw@sahomestx.com.

Best Regards,

Johnny E Williams
www.SAHomesTX.com
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Susan LaGrotta answered:
Contact me via email, for answers to your question.
Sincerely,
Susan
Susan@SusanLaGrotta.com
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
Pool Girl asked:
I am looking for a place that has good school systems, that is culturally diverse, has a fairly good walkability score that is welcoming to biracial families. I would love for school to...
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