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Old 09-30-2019, 11:12 AM
 
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this ais almost any suburb outside of the south and northeast
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Old 09-30-2019, 11:12 AM
 
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Thank you so much for the feedback so far.

While we have no particular affinity for Wegmans,easy accessibility to places like Sprouts,Market Street,Fairway,Central Market,Fresh Market,Trader Joes and Whole Foods fall into the everyday necessity category for us.If we ever decided to do a move,I would literally look at neighborhoods that were as close as possible to places we go multiple times a week like these grocers.I have realized with age that being near everyday necessities is important to me.No sit down restaurants, museums or night life needed.

Excellent public schools,low crime and an educated populace would be equally important along witth no major hot weather and the HOA thing.
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Old 10-07-2019, 11:27 AM
 
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An expansion regarding weather....

-Fewest days below 32F
-Fewest days above 90F
-Cold more than hot,but without a lot of snow

I feel like suburbs in maybe Indiana and Utah are matches weather wise for this?

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Old 10-07-2019, 11:51 AM
 
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Asking for mild weather year-round + low crime presents a conflict.

For those accustomed to a solid 4 seasons with a little bit of extreme winter, I think you're describing Ankeny or West Des Moines, Iowa.

For those accustomed to more winter than summer, I'd suggest a number of suburbs of Minneapolis or St. Paul, MN.

For those accustomed to more summer than winter, I'd suggest Franklin, TN.
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Old 10-07-2019, 12:29 PM
 
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Asking for mild weather year-round + low crime presents a conflict.

For those accustomed to a solid 4 seasons with a little bit of extreme winter, I think you're describing Ankeny or West Des Moines, Iowa.

For those accustomed to more winter than summer, I'd suggest a number of suburbs of Minneapolis or St. Paul, MN.

For those accustomed to more summer than winter, I'd suggest Franklin, TN.
Good point.Definitely cold over hot,but without a lot of snow.

Indiana seems to check a lot of boxes.I feel like a suburb in the midwest would be the best option in general...

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Williamson County, TN.
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