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Old 10-28-2011, 11:01 AM
 
Location: Avondale and Tempe, Arizona
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Strongly agree here with this. If you read this thread, there seems to be only posters and shills for communities in Gilbert, Chandler and far flung areas of the valley in Buckeye and Peoria. Nothing against any of those places..if that's your thing great. I feel bad saying I've been to Gilbert/Chandler once and all I could think was...who would live this far out. That being said, if you work there..no brainer living there. If you work in the Central areas, it's a no brainer to move somewhere in Phoenix/Scottsdale.
People live in those suburban areas because it's usually cheaper, newer, safer, good schools, and more parks.

I would like to be more centrally-located because I hate the commute everyday to my workplace in Tempe from northern Avondale.

But I live in a suburban area because I prefer new developments, and most of all being close to my significant other.
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Old 10-28-2011, 11:05 AM
 
Location: Sonoran Desert
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Strongly agree here with this. If you read this thread, there seems to be only posters and shills for communities in Gilbert, Chandler and far flung areas of the valley in Buckeye and Peoria. Nothing against any of those places..if that's your thing great. I feel bad saying I've been to Gilbert/Chandler once and all I could think was...who would live this far out. That being said, if you work there..no brainer living there. If you work in the Central areas, it's a no brainer to move somewhere in Phoenix/Scottsdale.
I would never want to live in central anywhere, including Phoenix. The suburban life is the life for me. Judging by growth patterns, its the life style choice for almost everyone who moves here too. Different strokes.
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