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Old 12-07-2009, 02:55 PM
 
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Default Fort Knox and Etown

My family will be relocating to the Ft. Knox area in July 2010. There will be a huge influx of people relocating with my husbands job and I am trying to get a line on some rental properties there before they are all gone. I am looking for a single family home with at least 4 bedroooms, pets welcome, fenced yard a plus, rental price somewhere around $1400/mth. I would like to be in an area with a good elementary school and the home needs to be in good shape. We will only be in KY for 2 years so buying isn't really an option. It needs to be low crime and within driving distance to shops, restaurants, etc.. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:32 PM
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My family will be relocating to the Ft. Knox area in July 2010. There will be a huge influx of people relocating with my husbands job and I am trying to get a line on some rental properties there before they are all gone. I am looking for a single family home with at least 4 bedroooms, pets welcome, fenced yard a plus, rental price somewhere around $1400/mth. I would like to be in an area with a good elementary school and the home needs to be in good shape. We will only be in KY for 2 years so buying isn't really an option. It needs to be low crime and within driving distance to shops, restaurants, etc.. Does anyone have any suggestions?
From one BRACcie to another hello!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We've been looking at mostly Elizabethtown or Vine Grove for a nice house. I would mostly point you toward E-town and maybe Meade County because of the schools.

I'll PM you a secret link for some rentals.
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Old 09-15-2010, 06:21 PM
 
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I am also moving to the area with my husband in Nov., 2010. Allenboy, could you please send me the secret link, also? It is proving to be a difficult job finding a rental home. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
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