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Old 03-18-2012, 03:22 PM
 
Location: Kaufman County, Texas
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The only areas to avoid are the Como neighborhood, and Stop Six. Both of these areas are high crime. Other than that, all of the areas we have recommended to you are great.

If you will tell us your budget for the apartment, we will be able to tell if you can afford to live in Montgomery Plaza/south 7th area or not. That area is really nice, and there are a lot of restaurants and several good bars.
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Old 03-18-2012, 03:38 PM
 
Location: ohio
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If I got a 1 bedroom I would want to be in the 550-700 range, unless the price included all utilities. If I got a two bedroom no more than $1000. What is the average price?

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The only areas to avoid are the Como neighborhood, and Stop Six. Both of these areas are high crime. Other than that, all of the areas we have recommended to you are great.

If you will tell us your budget for the apartment, we will be able to tell if you can afford to live in Montgomery Plaza/south 7th area or not. That area is really nice, and there are a lot of restaurants and several good bars.
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Old 03-18-2012, 04:09 PM
 
Location: Kaufman County, Texas
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If I got a 1 bedroom I would want to be in the 550-700 range, unless the price included all utilities. If I got a two bedroom no more than $1000. What is the average price?
Montgomery Plaza and So7th are out of your price range. They are $1000 for a 1 br. The Hulen area (which is much closer to your work) will be on the upper end of your price range for the 1br. There are a lot of nice complexes down there.
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Old 03-19-2012, 11:32 AM
 
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I live in Northwest Ohio. Fremont to be exact. If you have heard of Cedar Point, I live 20 miles West of there and 40 miles South of Toledo.

Are there areas of FW that I would want to aviod as far as crime and etc?

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I actually have not heard of Fremont but I have been to Toledo, as well as Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Lima, Findlay and lots of towns in between. Some of my family originated from Delta, OH and some live in Stryker, Bryan and Pulaski, due west of Toledo off I-90, almost to Indiana.

I think you will like FW, it is different than OH but everything has it's pros and cons. Have you visited FW yet to get a feel of the area? Population wise, I think FW is comparable to Columbus. As the previous post mentioned, Stop Six and Como are areas you don't want to be in. Just google map FW and you will see where they are.
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Old 03-19-2012, 01:40 PM
 
Location: ohio
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I actually have not heard of Fremont but I have been to Toledo, as well as Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Lima, Findlay and lots of towns in between. Some of my family originated from Delta, OH and some live in Stryker, Bryan and Pulaski, due west of Toledo off I-90, almost to Indiana.

I think you will like FW, it is different than OH but everything has it's pros and cons. Have you visited FW yet to get a feel of the area? Population wise, I think FW is comparable to Columbus. As the previous post mentioned, Stop Six and Como are areas you don't want to be in. Just google map FW and you will see where they are.

I have not been to FW yet. I went to school at Ohio State and really liked Columbus, so if FW is comparable then that will be great.
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