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Old 10-24-2009, 11:38 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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Forty Strongest U.S. Metro Economies: Employment and Economic Muscle - BusinessWeek
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The U.S. Metros Least Touched by Recession - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/s/bw/20091023/bs_bw/oct2009bw20091021441398 - broken link)

Just makes me think how lucky we are here, or should I say smart? Go us!
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Old 10-26-2009, 02:24 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Go Ne View Post
List,
Forty Strongest U.S. Metro Economies: Employment and Economic Muscle - BusinessWeek
article,
The U.S. Metros Least Touched by Recession - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/s/bw/20091023/bs_bw/oct2009bw20091021441398 - broken link)

Just makes me think how lucky we are here, or should I say smart? Go us!
It seems like the western half of the Midwest is doing alot better economically than over here in Ohio, Michigan and parts of Indiana & Illinois....
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Old 10-27-2009, 04:25 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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I saw this report when someone on the San Antonio board posted it since S.A. is top on the list and other major Texas cities are on it also, but I was happy to see Omaha so high up on the list as well. Good job Omaha!
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Old 10-29-2009, 04:00 PM
 
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Default Tulsa or Omaha

I live in Southern Utah and my family and I are looking into relocating to either Tulsa or Omaha. It is hard to get anyone past a phone interview to show any interest in me unless I actually live in the town. But It is alot easier to have offer to show to the person I want to rent from.

So my question is if we get to the point that we need to just show up in a town and go from there-which scares the hell out of my wife- what do yu think would be the best place to go Tulsa or Omaha. Hopefully I can get answers from people that know both places well and more recently.

We are in our late thirties, when our teen turned 18 last month he didnt waste anytime moving out, so no children but we might eventually adopt. we like doing outdoor activities, but could careless about overpaid sports teams, Night life is not a big deal to us. As long as there is a movie theatre. We enjoy cold over hot if we had a choice. The greener the area the better. An area that doesnt smell like a farm, or factory etc.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 10-30-2009, 09:37 PM
 
Location: The State Of California
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Default I Think..............

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I live in Southern Utah and my family and I are looking into relocating to either Tulsa or Omaha. It is hard to get anyone past a phone interview to show any interest in me unless I actually live in the town. But It is alot easier to have offer to show to the person I want to rent from.

So my question is if we get to the point that we need to just show up in a town and go from there-which scares the hell out of my wife- what do yu think would be the best place to go Tulsa or Omaha. Hopefully I can get answers from people that know both places well and more recently.

We are in our late thirties, when our teen turned 18 last month he didnt waste anytime moving out, so no children but we might eventually adopt. we like doing outdoor activities, but could careless about overpaid sports teams, Night life is not a big deal to us. As long as there is a movie theatre. We enjoy cold over hot if we had a choice. The greener the area the better. An area that doesnt smell like a farm, or factory etc.

Thanks for your help.
I think that (you) and your (wife) should (Google) the two local
newspapers of the two cities every day for a month , then take
a 8 day vacation and spend 4 days in Omaha and 4 in Tulsa. Once
that is done make a inform decision on the city both of you like
the best.
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