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Old 07-26-2016, 10:45 AM
 
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I want to see if anyone could give me some info re: the Ocala area. For the past 3 years my cousins and I have taken our kids to visit Dunnellon and gone to Rainbow Springs for the 4th of July weekend. After this past visit I just canít get enough of the area. I really love the area and I am ready to make a move. I was wondering if you could help me out with some information as I am interested in purchasing a home in the area but I want to know where the BEST areas are. I do not know anyone who lives in Ocala so I am fishing for info. from people who live there. Could you tell me the better areas in Ocala that are nice areas to live in and have good schools. I am a single mom with an 11 year old son so I am looking for a safe area with good schools. I am looking for something with at least 1 acre, no more than 2. I am looking for a 1 story, 3 br, 2+ bath, 2 car garage, screened patio with or w/o pool. If you have the time, I would so appreciate it if you could give me information and your opinion of the surrounding areas. Any info would be appreciated.
Thank you,
GG
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Old 07-26-2016, 11:00 AM
 
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Where are you coming from?

What kind of work do you do?

Ocala is a smaller city and if you need fancy brew pubs, varied nightlife options and high end shopping, Ocala would not be a good move.

When you live in a smaller city employment opportunities are not as varied as a larger metro like Orlando, Jacksonville or Tampa.

Some people like the slower pace of life, they dont call it Slow-cala for nothing
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