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Old 07-06-2013, 01:29 PM
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You might also include Palm Coast in your search. It's a beautiful area and homes there tend to be on larger lots with a lot less density which is great for privacy and having dogs. Check out the "W", "T', "U", "L" and "Z" sections (areas where all street names begin with those letters).
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Old 07-06-2013, 02:47 PM
Location: Nashville, TN - Willing to move where the jobs for my hubs are.
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Thanks for all the input ya all. I think to some extent "trashy" areas are subjective to what you are used to and what you are willing to deal with. Personally I am just wanting to live around "real" people. Those that are willing to put in a good days work and know what it means to earn what they have as well as can kick back and chill with the best of 'em. I know what it's like to live among the rednecks, and I don't say that being mean. Some of my best friends, heck my family even could wear the label redneck so... I on the other had I can not, will not put up with pretentious, entitled folks that think the world owes them something and that I should thank them for being allowed to breath their air. Trust me when I say it isn't even an income thing. I have met people that act this way that make less than me, what I make, as well as more than I make.

Love the street name thing. =O) Also thanks for the tip Kyle19125 I will check it out.

Can anyone that has responded on here tell me what the larger or more popular businesses would be from as far north as Flagler to as far south as New Smyrna Beach area? I need businesses that would have a fairly large technology need, but that is about anyone anymore right?

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