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Old 11-15-2009, 12:55 PM
 
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Hello everyone:

Hubbie and I are going to be visiting PA for the ending of this month and we need suggestions for which areas is good for seeing new homes and apartments close to Philadelphia or Harrisburg area. We are considering moving up to PA in this next year and we are looking for good schools for Nursing for me and to raise a family where its not too expensive but also close to main cities and schools.

So which places are good for us to look on a Saturday to check out to stay and sight see new homes/apts.

Thanks so much for you answers in advance!!!

Denise
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Old 11-15-2009, 01:01 PM
 
Location: Center City Philadelphia
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Hello everyone:

Hubbie and I are going to be visiting PA for the ending of this month and we need suggestions for which areas is good for seeing new homes and apartments close to Philadelphia or Harrisburg area. We are considering moving up to PA in this next year and we are looking for good schools for Nursing for me and to raise a family where its not too expensive but also close to main cities and schools.

So which places are good for us to look on a Saturday to check out to stay and sight see new homes/apts.

Thanks so much for you answers in advance!!!

Denise
Harrisburg Area Community College has a very strong and popular nursing program. There's also plenty of good schools in the Harrisburg suburbs. It's going to be quite a bit cheaper then the Philadelphia area but of course you are not as close to the big city.
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