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Thu Apr 18, 2013
Iris I. Romero answered:
I can tell you that Miami is not exempt from crime, but neither is Ohio. Crime is everywhere...just some areas more than others...
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Tue May 8, 2012
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Sun May 20, 2012
Bill Szydlowski answered:

I would recommend that you either call the Tampa police dept or the Hillsborough County Sherrifs office and ask for the Community Relations officer. They are qualified and happy to talk with you about crime statistics and are the best source for any information about a neighborhoodl.

Hope this helps.

Bill Szydlowski
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Mon Apr 2, 2012
Patti Hall answered:
In order to give you a better answer, can you specific if you are wanting a single family detached home, or a condo? Do you have any part of the county in mind? There are over 250 properties listed under $225,000 with an average being $165K... but it really depends. Can you be more specific? ... more
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Doug McVinua answered:
In Arizona the quality of the Air conditioner is really whats important. The newer units and homes are more efficient and can cool the home for less cost than the old units.

Buying a home out of state: I would hire a great Realtor that has experience and you feel comfortable working with to represent you. ... more
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Fri May 4, 2012
Greg McCown answered:
If you mean where the most expensive homes are those zip codes would be 85718 and 85750 which cover the Catalina Foothills. And 85749 covers the Tanque Verde Valley. These are usually considered the most desirable based on price, school ratings, and surroundings. ... more
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Tue Apr 10, 2012
LLoyd Nichols answered:
welcome to SWFL Florida:
here is one site for Fort Myers:
If you have any questions contact me and good luck
Premier Sandals Swfl Realty
cell: (239) 810-2980
work: (239) 463 5217
skype: lloyd . nichols

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Fri Feb 17, 2017
Michael Hammond answered:
The best way to determine those stats is to use the Internet yourself, Mr & Mrs Leung. I grew up in the area and can say like many metro zips, there are positives and negatives from one block to another. Please check the link in web references below for some instant info. Good Luck!

Michael Hammond
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Wed Feb 29, 2012
Vincent Hurteau answered:
Please check out to see a crime map for that and other parts of DC.
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Joey Smith answered:
Well 34112 is a big area....

It is where I live...and where they have a lot of golf courses, resorts and some older economical places to live....that are still very close to the "Olde Naples" Area.... so I would have to say it is quite nice....

But so is 34102, 34103, 34103, 34105...or almost any place else in Naples... they are all quite unique and interesting in their own way....

With Respect, joey

Joey Smith, Realtor
Tropics Real Estate, Inc.
539 5th Avenue S, Naples, FL 34102
5th Ave Office: 239.261.0153
cell: 239.285.2216; fax: 239.261.8671
Naples, Bonita Springs & Estero Area
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Mon Dec 3, 2012
Joe Peterson answered:
All of Flower Mound is a great safe place to live!
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Wed Feb 1, 2012
D'Evereaux Baum-Moore answered:
Hello there,

As REALTORs we are not actually tell you what is safe or unsafe in general. The best advice that I could give to you is searching the address of the home on the web - google the address, then look up the the zip code or subdivision on the web as well. There are numerous sites that will allow you to get information on crime stats, or sex offenders and even pinpoint where they are registered. You should also check out the local or Houston Police Department's crime records and statistics.

Another great way to find out for yourself is to drive the community at different times of the day especially at night to get a feel for the area and neighbors.

Good luck to you and if you need further assistance please email me!
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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Grace Hanamoto answered:
Hi Home Owner and thanks for your post.

Frankly, "location" and "neighborhood" mean ALL of the things you've noted, and it is part of what makes one home of equal size and composition worth slightly more or slightly less in the eyes of the buyer. Here are some of the factors within the neighborhood (meaning it's not the home, but the area where the home is located and the area's geographical, traffic and community features) that add to or detract from the value of the home:

1. Crime statistics in the area
2. Proximity to highway, busy streets, railroad tracks, etc.
3. Schools and school performance
4. Proximity to freeway access and stores or shopping
5. Proximity to utility lines and features
6. Location in flood zone or near flood inundation areas
7. Location in a fire zone
8. Location in an earthquake fault or earthquake prone area
9. Location near airport or flight paths
10. Location near trash dumps, cemetaries, funeral homes, schools, churches, social halls

All of the above either positively or negatively affect the home. Obviously, more noise from any external source can limit the number of buyers interested in the home, so keep that in mind. As to whether something is, by its nature, negative, that is a matter that you can and should discuss with your Realtor.

Good luck!

Grace Morioka
Area Pro Realty-People's Choice
Tel (408) 426-1616

Buyer Rebates up to 1/2 of the fee, and low listing costs as low as 1.5% for listing agent (restrictions may apply)
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Fri May 17, 2013
Iftikhar Anjum answered:
Can you define a specific area about you want to know the crime rate. Of course there is always a risk at the moment of buying property, and if you are facing such kind of a problem and have doubt then i would suggest you to contact with an authenticated company which is providing reliable services in this field. ... more
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Patrick Fields answered:

You will find the attached link helpful in finding local statistics by zip code.
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Mon Jun 16, 2014
Shelley Dudley answered:
Are you looking for a community where you have a small lot and perhaps exterior maintenance is provided? Feel free to call me. I would love to help you.
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Fri Jan 20, 2012
Rich Homer answered:
Try the police/sheriff website for details
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Mon Jan 16, 2012
Marie Souza Team answered:
Hi BJ - While a local agent can provide you with specifics, you can start your area search by comparing local statistics.

We do have a program that allows you to compare two zip codes... would be the perfect thing to help you narrow down your choice here:
You can compare schools, dining, shopping, area demographics etc.

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The Marie Souza Team - Top Selling on Cape Cod
Cape Cod Real Estate Services
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
Melina Tomson answered:
If you go to you can see what crimes have been reported. PDX pushes their data there as does my city.
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Fri Jan 20, 2012
Bill J Deligiannis answered:
Check with the Chicago Police Department - They have statistics
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