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Old 01-25-2007, 04:46 PM
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Hi - We will be relocating from Massachusetts once our house sells and was wondering what are the best areas in NC/SC. We were looking into Fort Mill SC and Union County NC. We are a family of 5 adults and 2 more kids in college who may or may not be moving with us. We are looking for areas to appease us all such as: quiet community with pool, close to Charlotte where most of us will be getting jobs, close to shopping, low taxes/water & sewer bills....and basically a nice safe area. Any ideas which towns in NC? Has anyone looked into Fort Mill? Any information is much appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 01-25-2007, 06:20 PM
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yes, Ft Mill is a nice area. It has been discussed often here. Do a search on it and you will find a lot of positive opinions. I can set up a search for you that will email listings that meet your requirements as they come available.

you may want to consider Indian Trail. Stallings, and parts of Monroe
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Old 03-05-2009, 12:08 PM
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pageland sc would be your best and cheapest place at this time. hi im from boston mass. been here for twenty four years, i live in monroe nc 10 minutes from pageland sc you can buy twice as much for the same money as monroe union county nc make the trip and search the areas first hand before you make the move. cost of living is half of what it cost in taxachussetts. good luc bcmcdougall
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Old 03-05-2009, 12:28 PM
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The areas you mention are looking at are good....but my recommendation is to rent first (if that isn't what you plan on doing already) and take the time to learn the area. Also it depends on where you are going to be working as well unless you are working from home.
I'm from Boston and moved here almost 3 years ago. I ended up in Cabarrus County, city of Concord and love the area. If you have any other questions feel free to ask me.
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