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Billy Smith, Real Estate Pro in Mitchellville, MD
Billy Smith answered:
Moving to Pitt w/3 children, what’s the best area to raise a family? Need great schools and where do I rental properties in the area?
My suggestion would be to contact a Real Estate Agent in the area that you're moving to. They are the experts in that area. Search the internet or if you know someone who lives in the a ... more
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Tim Moore, Real Estate Pro in Kitty Hawk, NC
Tim Moore answered:
Friendly place to live in?
I understand your concerns, but we are not allowed to discriminate, one way or the other way, to know or suggest areas based on National Origin or Religion. You will have to find the an ... more
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Janice Caputo, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Janice Caputo answered:
Where to live as a foreign family with baby?
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Brian Teyssi…, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Brian Teyssier answered:
Relocating from S. FL to Pittsburgh. Looking to rent a house in Mt. Lebanon or similar school district but see 0 online. Have 2 kids/need 4br.
Thanks for your question Dbdaniel. At my office, RE/MAX Advanced REALTORS, we also do property management so I would would love to help you out. Feel free to contact me at your conven ... more
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Possibly moving south of Pittsburgh in the Washington area with wife and 2 kids.
The Southpointe development in Cecil Township has many options for both rental and single family homes. It is just south of the Allegheny County border, and benefits from a 1% lower sa ... more
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Christa Ross, Real Estate Pro in Cranberry Twp, PA
Christa Ross answered:
Possibly moving to Pittsburgh w/3 kids. Looking for neighborhood great for kids, family oriented, community feel. Better school districts are a must
Check out http://www.greatschools.org for information on area schools. I would be happy to help you find a home once you know what area you want to be in.
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Mary Fasnacht, Real Estate Pro in Venetia, PA
Mary Fasnacht answered:
Looking for a nice family friendly neighborhood to move to Pittsburg...Nice schools a must.any neighborhoods with new constructionsin the $400000?
You are moving to a terrific city with so much to offer. As far as family friendly neighborhoods with new construction in your price range you will dozens and dozens that meet that cri ... more
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Kathy Hagger…, Real Estate Pro in McMurray, PA
Kathy Haggerty and Eric Nichols answered:
Relocating to Pitt - want to remain in Shadyside
Hi..... The single most important thing for you to do in order to improve your credit is to try to make certain to pay all loan and credit obligations on time. Also, try to keep your c ... more
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