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$450-500k household income and a one year old, where would you live and how much would you spend?

Posted 04-10-2023 at 08:35 AM by Citylife666


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Originally Posted by heapchk View Post
Yes. I thought I'd save money when I moved to the suburbs -- but no, actually paying more here. However, my house is much much much larger than my new york city apartment so I do get more in return. And I'm not even considering paying for private school here, whereas I would probably be doing that in the city, so if you factor that in, then you do save money in the suburbs...
I don’t think elementary schools in particular are that much different in the city vs. suburbs (given your are zoned for good schools in the city, of course). My daughter went to a private school in K (we didn’t like the schools attitude but academics were solid), then gifted and talented program (although our zoned school was also very good and rated 9/10). Now my daughter is in Greenvale. She still does extra math and she naturally reads a lot. I wouldn’t say that Greenvale is so much better than our other schools. I definitely like it and there are less kids in the class. I don’t know how Scarsdale or Chappaqua district schools compare to that.
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