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Old 06-27-2010, 07:37 AM
 
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Hey Jus, Good luck to you! I have been there and done that, except without the job when we first arrived. And I never looked back, not even in the hellish heat of summer.

If you want a quick list of ways to act like a native when you get here, check this out:

New Year's Resolutions: top 10 ways to avoid being labeled a transplant

Susan
Thanks for posting that! I am totally looking forward to Number 1!
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Old 06-27-2010, 12:48 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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A little about me is in order I suppose. Im 41, single, and live alone with my dog. I currently live in a small 1br condo in an unexciting neighborhood of Chicago proper. Im about as far from the epicenter of "cool" or "hip" as you can get.


Does anybody have any recommendations for areas I should look in my price range? Specific subdivisions? I thought I saw some great values in some of the outskirt communities (Queen Creek, Maricopa, Apache Junction), but after some reading here I am deterred by cost of utilities.

I am gonna be coming out for an extended weekend towards the end of Feb to do some recon.
I am not sure if you complaining about being far from "hip" or bragging? I don't think the east valley is your answer if you are looking for "cool". Why try the areas near downtown Scottsdale, downtown Tempe or in Phoenix near north or Biltmore. These areas are more "hip" for a 41 year old single.
Unless you like living in family areas with big wheels, skateboards and bikes that will soon to turn into cars and motorcycles.
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Old 06-27-2010, 01:09 PM
 
Location: Casa Grande, AZ
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