Asked by Kallie, Grand Rapids, MI • Tue Jan 8, 2013
3/2013... I've been advised it is better to live N. of I-10 for community, safety, schools and resale value. I am under contract for 2 yrs working part time for a consulting firm. I would prefer full time and permanent but who knows what the assignment may bring. No children divorced and looking for cultural amenities close by as well as outdoor activities, parks, greenspace, whole foods type places. Is there a "sub" or "zip" that I should look to or avoid? I'd like to do my homework before taking on a realtor so I can get my "have to haves" and "wish list" in order for him/her.
Prefer TH or turnkey/low maintenance but resale is a huge factor - considering I don't know if I will have a job after 2 years and I will probably be working a lot of hours to try and fit in and do good at my job.
77007, 77006 etc.
I've got different viewpoints -from a hairdresser I saw during my interview: Midtown or Montrose/Neartown says is more modern, eclectic, better resale and close to everything.
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