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Old 12-17-2015, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by MAniacTHW View Post
Before arguing with said poster, you should probably look up their other posts.
Cubs Fan is mostly accurate with his observations, but he seems to be overly reliant on Google street view as opposed to actual experience with certain neighborhoods. That being said, he's always a good read. Especially when someone indicates they want to move down here without having first secured a job.
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Old 01-09-2016, 08:30 AM
Location: Dunedin
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Originally Posted by steve dunedin View Post
Try Dunedin for your list. We have a real town were most of Pinellas can not offer, close to everything that you would want. Tear downs do happen but there is a lot of red tape to go through if you go in that direction so do your due diligence before you consider buying. I know code and enforcement in many town can help you out with those question, mainly they want to make sure you are building a hurricane ready house. We have so much to offer here from parades to spring training. The Pinellas trail runs right through town if you like to walk, run or ride bikes. We have a variety of restaurants with more on there way. The Highlands festival is always a great time. There is a community center and art center close by town with a community pool that is opened to the public for a small fee. Our school system is in town a lot smaller than some of the regional ones and we also have private catholic school. So take your time and look around...but don't forget Dunedin. Hope this is somewhat helpful

This is not a problem, just supply me with a list of priorities and price range, children ages for schools. The areas that I am thinking is Palm Harbor, that is one of the better High School systems in the area. After that you would have to venture toward North Tampa. Dunedin is nice however a small school system, but smaller classes. The problem is that inventory has been turning over so fast, that will be challenging, since it's like here today and gone tomorrow. So if you find something interesting in your search let me know.
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