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Old 04-01-2007, 05:09 PM
 
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Default What County Has Cheapest Propery,schoool Mil Rate?

What County Has Cheapest Propery,schoool Mil Rate?
Also Are The 30000 Dollar Houses Advertise In Many Towns Move I Ncondition?
New Castle Lists Houses Under 50000 That In Nyc Would Be Under Half Million. As A Retire I Looking For Something Decent Without Water,plumbing Or Electrical Problems, Not So Concerned With Fixing Up For Investment.
Can Anyone Tell Me A Good Town That Has Lwer Cost Housing,taxes And Is Good For Someone With European Rots?
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Old 04-01-2007, 09:42 PM
 
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Are you interested in living in a suburban area or a rural area?
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Old 04-02-2007, 06:28 AM
 
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i want any area that has houses around me and near stores. to me that is surbuban. rural in my mind means you look out side and see no other houses. i from nyc,remember you can be 3 hours away and be considered a suburb. alot of people consider all new jersey a suburb of nyc . i even heard someone say poconos a suburb,lol.
basically i dont mind living an hour from the city being that we will not be commuting more than 2 times a month. important to me is decent area with low taxes . also looking for decent house under 50000
i notices glassport,turtlecreek,new castle nd brownsville has low cost homes.
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