Keep in mind that agents have to be very, very careful about answering questions pertaining to "good schools" and/or "good neighborhoods" and/or areas that are "good for a family", for these are classic fair housing violation queries. Experienced agents are going to ask how *you* define the word good, for your definition may be far different than another person's. I always encourage my buyers to do some research on the internet and from other venues for a school's test scores, neighborhood crime rate, etc. Drive around the neighborhood at different times and during different days to get a feel for it. Happy neighbors can be as telling as unhappy ones, so don't be afraid to talk to residents to get the scoop on an area.
Residential and Commercial Real Estate
Mark Lee Team
RE/MAX Acclaimed Realty