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Old 01-11-2010, 03:28 PM
 
Location: Riverside, CA
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Good luck with whatever you decide to do with your house. I sold my house a little over 3 years ago in Natick for a loss. I bought a new condo in Midtown and have taken a huge loss. Luckily for you, I think that the market down here has bottomed out for the most part. You will love the winters down here and don't let people scare you about the summers down here. I've had my share of hot and humid days up in New England too.

I thing before you move down here...eat a lot of lobster and fried clams! I really miss them! Of course you can get lobster down here, but the prices are crazy compared to New England!
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Old 01-11-2010, 04:20 PM
 
Location: East Cobb
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Indeed you do have Roswell addresses. I didn't want to confuse the out of state poster any further with our interesting geography and mailing addresses! There's a subdivison out your way that is in Cobb and Cherokee Counties. One end is off of Jamerson Road (close to Kell High School, which is Cobb) and the other comes off of 92 (Woodstock Road, which is in Cherokee).To further confuse posters and readers, Roswell, at one time, was in Cobb County.

I agree with you. I wouldn't commute from the "Roswell" part of Cobb to Kennesaw either.
Hah, yes, I forget the name of that subdivision but I know it because my daughter has a friend who lives there. I've noticed the county line sign right in the middle of the subdivision. Quite unusual.
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