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Anthony Pace…, Home Buyer in Hanover Park, IL

Where should a single male who just got out of the military going back to school live in the Dallas area?

Asked by Anthony Pacelli, Hanover Park, IL Tue Nov 26, 2013

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Do Internet research on Dallas neighborhoods. Neighborhoods range dollar wise all over the place, trendy being the most expensive. Pick 1 Realtor to work with only on finding your place.
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Bro! Army? Navy? Better not of been the AF. Haha, Anyways... Denton is where you need to be. CHEAP living, cheap school, cheap bars & Hott chicks! And you are only 20 mins from Addison, Dallas, Uptown, Lewisville, etc, etc. for nights you want to spend more than $25 bucks.

Let me know if you need any help finding a place? (469) 855-9558
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Close to work.

Set that aside and I would personally live in Addison, Uptown, or downtown Ft. Worth.
Of course it also may depend on what you want to pay. All those places can be the most expensive.
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Hello Anthony,

There are many, many places where you can live.... It also will depends if you want to be not too far from the establishement where you will study.
Uptown could be an interesting location for you to live with all "the things to do " happening there plus you would have an easy access to the main highways which would make it very easy for you to go anywhere.

If you need more help to locate a place whether to lease or buy, do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to set you up with an automatic search with your preferences so you can receive emails with all the new listings coming on the market.

Olivier Sebag, GRI
100 Highland Park Village
Suite 223, Dallas TX 75205
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I am prior military myself. I guess my first question is where are you going to school? It would be ideal to be close to your school.

Chris Boyington
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