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Mon Dec 16, 2013
RSR answered:
Hello - it's December 2013 as I write this -- I'm wondering you things worked out for you, Nicolasina? I'm also considering moving to Charlotte to be with some family -- partner and I are 60, long term lesbian couple, coming from very GLBT friendly Boston, wondering would this move be nuts? But we've liked what we've see in Charlotte, and getting pretty sick of this winter thing (written on a 20 degree day...) Thoughts? Hope things are gong well for you. ... more
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Tue May 8, 2012
dave answered:
Gregg,

Your question is a little broad. the area itself is nicely situated. It is convient t the University area of Charlotte. It has easy access to 485 (with hope that one day will connect around Charlotte), easy access to hpsitals, restautants, grocery stores and all the amenties most people look for in an area close by. Yet it still gives youa country feeling out there.

If you are looking for the area in crime; noone can give you a definitive answer as to how it is. You cna have one break in and that eprson can eb the only one that tells you it is a horrible place to live. AS Realtors we are not allowed to steer people toward or away from a neighborhood. So, you have put me in a tight spot.

But, I advise people; if you see a house you like go an knock on the doors fo the neighbors around you and ask them wehat they think of the neighborhood. Check with the local police department and ask them what the criem rate is like in that neighborhood...

These are the best ways to find out whether a neighborhood is appropiate for you and your family....

Dave diCecco
Realtor/Broker
www.davedicecco.com
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