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Tue Sep 27, 2011
Gorton And Romeo answered:
Hi Catherine. Summerlin and Green Valley remain the most desirable areas for buyers and renters alike. If priced properly, available units for rent do not stay on the market long. With such a high number of people losing their homes in Las Vegas and Henderson, rental numbers have picked up as they need somewhere to live. Please feel free to contact me for any questions you may have. I specialize in investment properties and have helped my clients purchase cash flowing units in Green Valley and Summerlin.

Anthony 702-353-6759
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Tue Mar 29, 2011
Brian Rayl answered:
Texasbound,

I have found a couple of houses that fit your needs. If you provide me with an email address, I would be happy to send you a list. Please note that actual school districts would need to be verified.

If you want neighborhood names, Turnbridge Manor, Villages at Willow Bay, Hunters Creek, and Dominion At Panther Creek.

Please give me a call or email so that I can get a little bit more information to zoom in on exactly what it is that you are looking for.

You can get a list of the school rankings off of my website at www.BrianRayl.com and go under the buyers tab and click on School Information. Do you have your heart set on Roach Middle School?

Because it's more than real estate. It's RAYL-Estate!

Brian Rayl, REALTOR®, e-PRO, SFR
Keller Williams Elite Park Cities
972-949-4222
Brian@Rayl-Estate.com
http://brianrayl.com
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Thu Aug 6, 2015
John Bennett answered:
Off the top of my head - Lake Forest. Will do some research and get back to you.

John
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Brandi Morris answered:
Hello,

First, welcome to Charlotte! I relocated here 12 years ago from New Jersey and never looked back. I also have friends that have moved here from E. Northport, Port Jeff and other LI towns that love Charlotte as well.

Myers Park is a great area and will have many of the amenities you are seeking. Most of Myers Park is zoned for Myers Park High School, which lands on Newsweek’s 100 Best High Schools year after year. Please feel free to contact me directly and I will be more than happy to email you specific homes that fit your criteria.

Best Regards,
Brandi
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Brandi Morris
NC Real Estate Broker/Realtor®
Ivy Hill Realty
704.621.1065 (p)
704.973.9606 (f)
www.IvyHillRealty.com
www.facebook.com/IvyHillRealty
www.Twitter.com/IvyHillRealty
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Tue Feb 1, 2011
John Walker answered:
Highland Creek and Skybrook are two very good options for you. Getting across the county line into Cabarrus County into Harrisburg is also a great idea... for schools and other reasons. Contact me as I work a lot in those areas. ... more
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Thu Dec 23, 2010
Laura Schlossman answered:
Hi Jude,

Depending on your price points there are so many great areas to choose from in Denver. For a condo or townhome near downtown Speer South is a good option. You can walk to Washington Park from there and are also very close to Platt Park. You'll live close enough to the city and still have a neighborhood feel. As for your future plans for a house with horse property...There are several in Wheat Ridge and Lakewood in the $200K range that are zoned for horses. These areas are still very close to downtown by 6th Avenue. ... more
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Mon Nov 1, 2010
John Souerbry answered:
Yes! There are at least 14 homes on the market that fit your initial criteria, possibly more. Gunn remains a huge draw as the best public school in the area. If you'd like more information, let me know. ... more
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Wed Feb 5, 2014
Lavonne Myers answered:
There are a lot of variables but right now about 95 days is a safe bet. If yoiu have questions please email me. I'm a realtor who has lived in Frisco for the past 15 years. lavonne01@yahoo.com Thank you! ... more
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Thu Sep 2, 2010
Nick Rafello, V.P. answered:
Hi Tr,

I think from the Upper West/East side on down would work for you. If you'd like to contact me, we can talk in further detail. However, when it comes to schools, real estate agents cannot tell you which school is better or worse per Fair Housing Laws. However, if you go to www.insideschools.org you can do all the research of schools in surrounding neighborhoods you're interested in.

Again, I'd be more than happy to help you out,

Nick Rafello, V.P.
Associate Broker
The Corcoran Group
(212) 444-7852
nrafello@corcoran.com
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Tue Aug 10, 2010
Amy Melendez answered:
Hi,

My name is Amy Melendez. And having relocated w/ a family of my own many years ago...I know what you may be feeling.

If you send me your contact information and possible areas you've already explored I can get you a comprehensive Relocation packet w/ everything Charlotte. It's a great way to get to know the city inside and out.

Look forward to hearing from you soon. Hope you have a great one!

Amy B. Melendez
http://AmybMelendez.com
amy.melendez@allentate.com
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Mon Jan 24, 2011
Lisa Foster answered:
Orlando has great neighborhoods with top rated schools. Feel free to contact me any time, I would love to assist you with your home search!

Lisa Foster
407-435-0217
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Sat Jun 12, 2010
Christine Watermolen answered:
There are homes located on Jones Bridge Rd that would be in your price range and would go to Dolvin Elem. and Autrey Mill Middle School. The high schools would be Jonhs Creek or Chattahoochee. If you are interested I would be happy to email you listings from them. ... more
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Wed May 5, 2010
Tony and Holly Galarza answered:
Your plan is very fesible. You are very realistic with your budget. The hardest part about this market is what color to paint your new home... buying the home and finding a great deal will be the easy part.

let me know if you would like some help finding your 2nd home. We would love to help.

Tony Galarza, realtor
407-497-7688
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Fri Oct 19, 2012
Walter Burns answered:
Franny,

It's impossible to tell what the outlook for the downtown Jersey City real estate market will be for spring 2011. Downtown Jersey City still has a large amount of supply in it with both re-sale and new construction. Several of the Crescent Court condos in the Village section are still available for sale. To give you an idea of the downtown Jersey City condo market, here are the sales stats from March 2010. I will have April's stats out next week once the month ends.

http://blog.livingonthehudson.com/2010/04/11/jersey-city-condo-update-march-2010/

Without seeing your condo and comparing it to other units that are available, under contract, and recently sold it is hard to say what the unit is worth today. I'll be happy to speak with you further if you wish. You can reach me at 201-694-8946.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions, I'll be happy to assist.

Sincerely,

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Walter J. Burns
Realtor-Associate
Weichert Realtors
1 Newark St.
Hoboken, NJ
201-694-8946 Mobile
www.livingonthehudson.com
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Mon Feb 22, 2016
Holly Hayes answered:
St. Johns County arguably has the ebst schools, but there are some outstanding schools in Duval County as well. As a mother of 5 children with experience with public, parochial and private, I would love to advise and discuss with you further! Please email or call me directly!
Holly Hayes
904.537.4473
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Sun Feb 20, 2011
Stephanie Hylton answered:
I certainly wouldn't say that Greenville is immune to the drop in the housing market, because the simple fact is that we have seen a 20% drop in volume and over 10% drop in prices. There is A LOT of inventory to choose from in the 500K+ price ranges and if you choose wisely there are definately deals to be had. Looking specifically at Thornblade, in 2007, 15 homes closed at an average price of $657,283. In 2008, only 12 homes closed but at a higher average price of $790,832. The big drop for our market happened last year, as evidenced by the fact that only 3 homes sold in Thornblade for an average price of $583,796 (The highest sold price last year was 630K). There are currently 43 homes available over 500K in the Riverside school district, and given that it is spring, likely to be more coming on soon. Please let me know if I can assist you further! ... more
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Wed May 8, 2013
Kris Deaton answered:
Hi Donna,

There are many nice homes available for lease now. You're in luck! I'd be glad to help you. Please email me with additional information, i,e, where you or your spouse will be working, 1 level or 2, all bedrooms upstairs or master on main, your desired monthly payment, length of lease ( 6months, 1 year or more) etc. I'll start to work on it immediately and make your move smooth!

I've lived in Columbia for 30+ years and am very familiar with the various neighborhoods and the most desirable schools. You can also do a free MLS search from my websites - just register, enter your search criteria, save your searches, and your favorites. This will give me an idea of what type house you like most. Many of the homes that have been on the market for a while or also available for lease!

I look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,
Kris Deaton, Realtor
Accredited Home Staging Specialist
kdeaton1@sc.rr.com
803-518-0109
krisdeaton.com
bestcolumbiarealestate.com
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Sun Nov 16, 2014
Tori Stamps, MA, JD answered:
Along with Brian's answer below - Hidden River & Legends Ridge have guarded gates
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Tue Jun 8, 2010
Dawn Spencer answered:
Hi Beth, It's great to hear you are moving to our area. I currently live in a WGV community and like it here a lot. The pros are: Great established community with access to great schools, quality construction and access to great amenities and golf, easy access to interstate and outlet malls. The cons are: 45 minute commute to Jacksonville and not an major department stores close by yet (coming soon).

You really can't go wrong either way with preserve or golf course views. It is usually more desirable to be on the golf course for resale, but it is a person preference.

Your kids will really like it here. There are several options in WGV communities, including a very kid friendly community called Heritage Landing with a great amenity center area the kids really like. My son also has friends in the King & Bear.

It's a great time to build still and builders are still giving extra option and really working with buyers. If you want me to send you info on your building options and info about the different WGV communities let me know.

Thanks and good luck,
Dawn Spencer, Realtor
Magnolia Properties
904.608.0016
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Scott A. Nelson answered:
Are you talking with people who live there or just "heard" something? Personally I've found some VERY nice areas there. You should really consult with a local buyers agent experienced in Newton, go over your interests, needs, wants, and other pertinent housing interests and they can guide you in selecting areas & types of properties that might interest you. Alot will depend on what you want & value. ... more
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