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Old 06-03-2012, 11:06 PM
 
Location: The 12th State
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This is guideline to helpful questions for newcomers needing relocation advice.
Since this coastal forum it is helpful to place city in thread titles to receive faster response from those that have knowledge of the area.

. Have you searched this forum for answers to your questions before posting a new inquiry?
. What specific topic have you not found answers to?
And..

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Hi welcome,

To help the members of the forum guide you more quickly towards a compatible neighborhood and lifestyle, here are "just a few" starter questions to choose from.

When are you moving?
Where are you coming from?
Why are you moving?
Where will you be working?
Where will your work location be?
Maximum commute time desired?
What city are you moving to?
Have you been here yet?

Will you buy or rent?
If buying, are you looking for a house or a condo? How much can you spend?
If renting, are you looking for an apartment, a townhouse or loft? How much can you spend?
Do you prefer hi-rise or walk up?

Are you married or single? Do you have children?
Do you prefer public or private schools?
Do you have pets?
Do you want or need a yard?
Do you have a car? or need public transportation?
Do you prefer bustling activity or calm and quiet?

Specific wants/desires?




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Old 06-10-2012, 06:22 AM
 
Location: Morehead City, NC
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As a licensed NC Real Estate Broker I must give a word of caution to real estate buyers/sellers. Please be careful with the info you post about you and your real estate needs/status. A Broker representing a buyer or a Broker representing a seller may be able to gain an advantage by the personal data you post. Be sure that what ever information you disclose will not or could not disadvantage you in a future transaction.
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Old 01-09-2013, 03:37 PM
 
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Hey Bill,
can you give me any information on 28401 area code for Wilmington? crime , people ,the area in general.I have one my research and would like some incite on the area in general,thanks in advance
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:03 PM
 
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When are you moving? Hopefully within the next few months
Where are you coming from? massachusetts (sorry)
Why are you moving? I have lupus, winter kills me and the col is horrible here
Where will you be working? My husband is a psychiatric tech, hopefully he will be able to find something in his field before we move
Where will your work location be?Wilmington area hopefully, but he will travel
Maximum commute time desired? 45 mins to an hour
What city are you moving to? preferably Wilmington or surrounding areas
Have you been here yet? visited while my son was at Ft. Bragg

Will you buy or rent? rent for a year, then buy
If buying, are you looking for a house or a condo? How much can you spend?house, preferably no more than $1,100
If renting, are you looking for an apartment, a townhouse or loft? How much can you spend?
Do you prefer hi-rise or walk up?

Are you married or single? Do you have children? married, 19 yo daughter coming with
Do you prefer public or private schools?
Do you have pets?one cat
Do you want or need a yard?definitely a yard
Do you have a car? or need public transportation?2 cars
Do you prefer bustling activity or calm an calm

Any help will be greatly appreciated. If my husband can't find employment by the summer we will hopefully find a landlord that will take 6 months of rent in advance. I do admin work so most likely won't have a hard time finding work. I also receive ssdi for my lupus.
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