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Old 01-17-2009, 01:45 PM
 
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Which part of Palm Bay would you say is better than others. I see many listings for homes and it always lists NE,SE,NW,SW Palm Bay. Which areas also have the most homes that wold have public water/sewer. Thanks for any information yo can share.
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Old 01-19-2009, 02:27 PM
 
Location: Palm Bay, FL
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If you poke around on the Palm Bay city website, they have a map that shows block-by-block what areas have city water and sewer. In general though, NE and NW are mostly city water. SE and SW are mostly well water. Sewers are sporadic, even NE and NW. My house in the NE quadrant has city water and a septic tank. We have had no complaints about the septic tank.

As for which areas are nicer, it really depends on the neighborhood. In general, the NE quadrant is the oldest and most established. Some areas are well taken care of, others not. The SE and SW quadrants are the least developed. You may have a block with only one brand new house on it, surrounded by vacant lots. I'm happy in my NE neighborhood. It's older but well taken care of. Some people are put off by the fact that Palm Bay isn't as uniform as some newer areas like Viera where each home is nearly identical to the next, but I like the variety. And I love not having to deal with an HOA or association dues.
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Old 01-19-2009, 03:43 PM
 
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Thank you for the information. It was very helpful. Also, what are the taxes and insurance in the area? Do many areas require flood insurance?
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