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Old 05-26-2009, 07:04 PM
 
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My daughter and her husband are relocating to area and she will be starting law school at Nova Southeastern University in August. They are looking for housing and would appreciate any advice regarding which areas to look at or avoid. Prefer renting a house but will consider townhouse. Any information on typical costs would also be appreciated.
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Old 05-26-2009, 08:16 PM
 
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I sent this suggestion to another person on this blog also starting at Nova. The Nova web site under off campus housing and buy or rent, there is a link to a realtor that works with the univ. I met her a few weeks ago when I was in the area pre looking for a place for my son who will be a grad student also. She is very nice, helpful and she knows the area really well. All the rentals she showed us were in great shape and very clean. Jill is in the process of negotiating a rental for my son.
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:16 AM
 
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Stick with Davie and Plantation. There is plenty of housing right around the campus of NSU, although I've heard its a bit pricey compared to other areas. The nearby city of Plantation is really nice and is only a mile or two away from NSU. Anywhere close to University Drive or Pine Island Road corridors are easy commutes to NSU. Pembroke Pines and Sunrise are two other options that might be less expensive areas, but are slightly further away.
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