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Moving in 15205 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Billy Smith answered:
My suggestion would be to contact a Real Estate Agent in the area that you're moving to. They are the experts in that area. Search the internet or if you know someone who lives in the area ask them for a referral or recommendation for a Real Estate Agent. ... more
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
I understand your concerns, but we are not allowed to discriminate, one way or the other way, to know or suggest areas based on National Origin or Religion. You will have to find the answer to your question someplace other than from a Realtor based website. Good luck and we hope you find your way to the USA. ... more
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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Janice Caputo answered:
Call me to discuss your needs 412 596 6035
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Tue May 24, 2011
Brian Teyssier answered:
Thanks for your question Dbdaniel. At my office, RE/MAX Advanced REALTORS, we also do property management so I would would love to help you out. Feel free to contact me at your convenience to get started. ... more
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Fri Feb 11, 2011
x answered:
The Southpointe development in Cecil Township has many options for both rental and single family homes. It is just south of the Allegheny County border, and benefits from a 1% lower sales tax rate in Washington County.

McMurray, Peters Township, and Canonsburg may also be options for you, since they are on main roads between Pittsburgh and Washington.

Northwood Realty Services offers free relocation services, including assignment of a dedicated relocation agent to help your search. Get it touch with me so we can discuss your needs in detail.
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Thu Nov 20, 2014
Christa Ross answered:
Check out http://www.greatschools.org for information on area schools. I would be happy to help you find a home once you know what area you want to be in.
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Wed Feb 17, 2010
Mary Fasnacht answered:
You are moving to a terrific city with so much to offer. As far as family friendly neighborhoods with new construction in your price range you will dozens and dozens that meet that criteria. If you are relocating for a job then where you or your spouse work will be a big factor in narrowing down the best area to live. How close do you want to be to the city?

We currently live in Washington County and love the Peters Township area. We also lived in Pittsburgh years ago in Westmoreland County and liked it there as well. We would also have considered areas north of the city, but it was too far of a commute for us. And there are excellent neighborhoods to the west near the airport not to mention tons of great locations closer to the city in Allegheny County.

I'm sure if you give more detail on what your needs are you will get some excellent suggestions from the Pittsburgh folks on here. Good luck with your search for the ideal place for your family!
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Sun Apr 11, 2010
Kathy Haggerty and Eric Nichols answered:
Hi..... The single most important thing for you to do in order to improve your credit is to try to make certain to pay all loan and credit obligations on time. Also, try to keep your credit inquiries to a minimum by not opening new charge accounts. ... more
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