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Old 03-19-2013, 08:37 AM
 
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Hello,

I will be relocating to the Chattanooga area soon and am coming down in a few weeks to look for apartments etc.. I've noticed that the Red Bank/Signal Mountain area seems to be less expensive than other areas. Which is great, because it's in the range that I can afford, but is there a reason it is cheaper? Such as a traffic congestion or not a safe area? It looks absolutely beautiful
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Old 03-19-2013, 05:48 PM
 
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Cool Recent newspaper APT article LINK

.R.T.T. : WELCOME. The newspaper just had a APT article over the weekend, LINK here 316-unit Amberleigh Ridge gets new owners | timesfreepress.com . Locations on the North Shore & in the city should be the higher $. As people
or the college students could move around via Bicycle ,, Free electric bus mode, etc.

Red Bank is just NOrth of the city on four lane Rt # 27 which is getting heavy construction during 2013 , by widing more lanes,/ ramps etc.. This location should be fine for your re-locate.. This whole city is very
bicycle motivated & newer / expanded paths / off road trails being added each month.. Many clubs
for the hobby / sport. Chattanooga, Tennessee Visitors Bureau - Official Chattanooga TN Site

Can read the nespaper E-link each day to search APT info ... Also a private ads can be viewed on
the city Craigs list site. 3rd plan would be to view a church of choice in your target neighborhood
& maybe their welcome committee will have latest offers / non publicized housing options. IMO
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Old 03-19-2013, 06:31 PM
 
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Thanks SPLIT :-) Geeze, if the rental market is as booming as the article points out, I better get a move on before rents skyrocket!
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Old 03-21-2013, 05:45 PM
 
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Apartments in Red Bank are not bad and cheap because you have to drive to downtown. You're only 10 minutes away. Check out the apartments on Mountain Creek Road. I lived in Mountain Creek Apartments off of Mountain Creek Road my first couple of years here and loved it. The rent around here is increasing and the rent in downtown is expensive. Good luck in your search.
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