There is a certain hint of apathy laced through this question that imply; I'm a person who is looking for the "perfect" neighborhood, but not willing to be part of that neighborhood.
To be a strong and healthy community we all need to be participating in the development of our communities. Not that it isn't good to relocate, but if one is moving around just to settle into the "perfect" community without contributing to it, than how does that "new" neighborhood benefit from their presence?
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Second... why would you want to move to Hemet? I've been trying to get out of Hemet my whole life HELP! Just kidding
There are nice areas in west Hemet if you are serious about buying a home, email me I will be happy to provide you with a map of what I think the safest and nice areas of Hemet are, reason being is I don't want the information spread on the web for everyone to view and it allows for home owners in those areas to continue to enjoy the quiet and safe neighbor hood they live in.