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Old 01-02-2014, 12:44 PM
 
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We are one of the many who are researching a move to the Charlotte area. We now have family in south Charlotte newly located and think we would like to retire near them. So here are some questions....

Are you boomer age maybe retired?

Why do you like your neighborhood?

We have interest in art clubs, woodworking clubs, rving and taking exercise classes..

Are you interested in any of these activities and how does where you live in Charlotte help you enjoy doing these activities?

One more thing we hear the traffic is heavy and wonder how retirees handle the heavy traffic issues or not handle it as the case might be.

We are aware of the del web community down there but really would like to hear more comments on different neighborhoods that suit retirees....
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