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Unread 09-27-2011, 11:43 AM
 
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Hey - we moved from Toms River, NJ in 2005 and we've never looked back. We live in Holly Springs but I hear good things about Clayton...Good luck with the move. It's all full of relocated Yankees here anyway!!!
Unforutunately, there's many relocated Red Sox as well.
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Unread 09-27-2011, 02:39 PM
 
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My father is retired and lives in NJ. His taxes are really hurting him too. Life down here is sooo different, for the better. I have 2 at West Johnston and am very happy with that school. There are 2 areas in Johnston County where you can get a very nice affordable home with good schools and that's Clayton and also the Cleveland area (to locals its 40/42). Its an unincorporated area in western Johnston County - the Cleveland Township. You can't search for homes specifically in this area since it isn't a town but do look at homes there. As far as Wake Forest, it's a lovely quaint town. My issue with it is it's sooo far down Route 1 and the traffic is a nightmare. I know I40 traffic can be an issue but Wake Forest is much farther away. I'm originally from the suburbs of Philly and I wanted to get away from traffic so I would never live there. I think that any school is fine, its the teacher that makes or breaks a child's experience. Best of luck on your move. Come for a visit and you'll see what we're all talking about -- and don't forget to look at the Cleveland area
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