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Old 11-19-2010, 09:21 PM
 
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My husband and i are thinking of moving to tennessee nxt year but we cant decide what city.. we have two lil girls ages at the time of move will be 3 and 9 months, we are 23yrs old. i am a cna looking to become a lpn then rn, my husband is kinda just gonna go with the flow and get a job where ever because thats just the way he does things. We are looking for a good head start for my oldest and a good daycare for my youngest, we also would like to be in a city where we can find alot of things to do without having to always spend money. We will be able to spend $600-$650 for a two bedroom apt or home either is ok. we are also looking at things for the future like buying a house so can you tell me a lil about the house market there.. and how is the economy? Right now we're in Michigan so you already know how are economy is here. We just want a fresh start for us and our girls so if you can give me a few pointers and things like that about tennessee in general and also any city you think we might be compatible with would be nice thank you so much.
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Old 11-20-2010, 07:16 AM
 
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My husband and i are thinking of moving to tennessee nxt year but we cant decide what city.. we have two lil girls ages at the time of move will be 3 and 9 months, we are 23yrs old. i am a cna looking to become a lpn then rn, my husband is kinda just gonna go with the flow and get a job where ever because thats just the way he does things. We are looking for a good head start for my oldest and a good daycare for my youngest, we also would like to be in a city where we can find alot of things to do without having to always spend money. We will be able to spend $600-$650 for a two bedroom apt or home either is ok. we are also looking at things for the future like buying a house so can you tell me a lil about the house market there.. and how is the economy? Right now we're in Michigan so you already know how are economy is here. We just want a fresh start for us and our girls so if you can give me a few pointers and things like that about tennessee in general and also any city you think we might be compatible with would be nice thank you so much.
I think Knoxville would be a good fit for you. Check out that board for more specific info to answer your questions. Good luck!!!
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:25 PM
 
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee
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I second the Knoxville suggestion!
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:28 PM
 
Location: somewhere over the rainbow Ohio
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My vote for Knoxville!
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Old 11-21-2010, 02:56 PM
 
Location: On the plateau, TN
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luvmykids08_10....I guess you have to figure out which state ( Texas, Virgina, Gerogia, Kentucky ) that you have posted in before we can help you narrow down a town/city ......
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