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Old 06-22-2009, 09:40 PM
 
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I am looking to move to Jax as soon as i can put some things in order here. I am presently living in Southern California now (Riverside, County). i have been living in S.Cali for about 17years.

Looking to stay in an area that about halfway between the international airport and the Blunt island (seaport). I am hoping to start an import/export company as soon as i can get the finances together

Meanwhile, i will have to get a job for the time being. Any decent and safe area (apartment complex preferred) that you can recommend? A studio will be nice.

Jax will be my best bet for logistic reasons hence my moving there and the weather is not too different from Calif. (so i hear )

Also, do cars in Jax areas have rust issues?. Will occasionally be dealing with cars (i love Calif. weather on cars but wont make much profit when i ship it to my potential clients from here ).

Any other "newbie" hints will be appreciated.
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Old 06-23-2009, 08:55 AM
 
Location: Jacksonville, FL
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1) The weather is very different. 98 F with 100% humidty and heavy thunderstorms yesterday. This is not uncommon. It's humid most fo the year, which sucks royally.

2) If you don't live on the beach then I don't think rust would be anymore of an issie as anywhere else.

3) Pertaining to cars, FL has a law where if your windshield is cracked then they'll replace it for free. They being your insurnace company in FL. I don't know how many times you can do this.

4) The area that your moving to is hicksville, no offense. Just saying. Not a lot of development either, so i doubt you'll find a studio apartment in that area.

5) Jacksonville is a driving town, public transportation here sucks.
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:47 AM
 
Location: Amelia island, FL
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Plenty of options in that area as well as Amelia Island. Are you looking to rent or purchase? The River City marketplace by the Airport has new apartments.
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