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This is a group where we will discuss all aspects of relocating including (but not limited to) discussions about emotions, realtors, information about different towns, education research, family challenges, finding health care professionals, the positive side of moving, new adventures, how to cope, etc.

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  1. Bailnik
    07-10-2014 12:55 AM - permalink
    Hello Everyone:

    I am looking to move from California to a state/area that has low property taxes and safe. I have no friends of relatives outside of California. Looking for a place where I can go on safe walks with my dog. I like where I am close to the city/lots of people. I am looking to buy a house.
  2. MJ2302
    07-05-2014 05:55 AM - permalink
    I live in England and looking to buy somewhere as holiday home / rental in Florida with my partner of 28 years. This will become a winter escape as we get closer to retirement age. I hear the state is rather conservative - what's it like for gay men living there? I know it has centres like Miami and Fort Lauderdale but how accepting is the rest of the state?


  3. HParr
    07-03-2014 04:57 PM - permalink
    Hi, This is HParr, I started this Social Group a few years ago. I stay excited about how people have been helping people in this Group the whole time. It's wonderful! I have a question that I need help with now and I hoping to get some good suggestions. I have a friend that is around 50. She is possibly about to go through a divorce and is looking for a place where she can grow and thrive, somewhere that is safe. Maybe a condo, townhouse, apartment, studio, etc. It needs to have at least 2 bedrooms and two baths because she has a high school aged child. It needs to be in the Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach, Neptune Beach, Atlantic Beach area. Because she has been married for her entire adult life, hopefully there is a place that will be perfect for her where there are people that have gone through similar things or are at least around the same age. She is going to have to get back out there and get a job as well because she has been a stay at home mom at her husbands request for about the past 5-7 years, prior to that she lived in another state. Does anybody have any helpful suggestions?
  4. bassoo56
    07-03-2014 08:09 AM - permalink
    Hi guys, my wife and i of 5 years are planning to relocate to arizona. We are a young couple in our 20's, i love the city life she love the relax, quiet area. Im looking for the ideal location any suggestions post pictures if that possible
  5. Zizzy
    07-02-2014 05:22 PM - permalink
    Hello guys, hope you all are doing good? i just relocated to houston to join my fiancé, and would like some tips on how i can get by in the city. i am yet to finalize my papers, so cant do much just yet. Wondering if i could get suggestion on activities i could engage in. First, i notice you cannot take walks as there are no walkways except the downtown area. Also, not sure how the public transport system works. i stay in jersey village (77065) area. i haven't started driving because i am yet to have a license. i would appreciate as many responses as possible on how to cope here as well as meet/ make new friends. Many thanks
  6. diraj
    07-02-2014 11:27 AM - permalink
    some large cities have managed to avoid the pollution that impacts many large urban areas. In some cases, this is because governments have made an effort to reduce dirty air by adopting eco-friendly ordinances; other cities are helped by their geography and climate. Regardless of the reasons,

    regardless of where you move to or live in, know your politicians, not because of democrats or republicans. because the one you vote for should stand for eco-friendly ideas. Do they believe in coal, gas, oil or clean energy. because of the coal mines, and other factories, the houses in harrisburg are very cheap. and the counties are beautiful with scenery but because of the death tolls, sickness, and families relocating. looks can be deceiving. The other counties in Pa beautiful scenery, but the most hazardous air quality. Connecticuit was rated the 25th as far as hazardous air quality now it is rated 29th. again looks can be deceiving.
    Do your politicians live in the same area they want to frack on. it doesn't matter where you move to, what matters are who you vote for, to maintain a clean air environment. Because a town is beautiful on the outside, doesn't mean it is clean inside. Look at the beautiful scenery in harrisburg, cumberland county etc. but is marked as the most hazardous cities to live in as far as air quality. google the best cities to live in for air quality. Than you can state what areas are indeed beautiful. alot of hazardous pollutants cannot be seen in the air, do your research on air quality, that will tell you alot about the politics in that area.
  7. LindaEdelwich
  8. 06-30-2014 08:21 PM - permalink
    Hello All,

    I am Norhan a 35 year old mother of a 14 year old son. I am currently living overseas. Looking to move to US with my son. Looking for a decent and affordable place to move to get on our feet in the begining, with the lowest crime rate. Please give me some advice on how I can make this move smoothly and safely. Thank you.
  9. hostingzak
    06-21-2014 03:05 AM - permalink
    I'll be happy to help you in Houston Tx
  10. hpettiford
    05-22-2014 08:05 AM - permalink

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