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Old 07-07-2009, 01:14 PM
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I am in the process of moving into the Aberdeen Area of Harford County. I've visited the Area on several occasions to take part in Conventions and Workshops. I will be relocating there from N O and I would like to know which towns are the best to live in.

I will be based out of a Ministry in Aberdeen but I don't care for the look in Aberdeen. Yes, we have slums in New Orleans but I live in a really nice SubUrban Neighborhood and I want to maintain the same standard of living at a reasonable cost.

Can someone offer advice on which town in that area offers nice living or if I should consider North of the City in Baltimore County (Towson Area)? I already know to stay away from Baltimore City. anyway, It would be nice if I didn't have to do that commute from B County.

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Old 07-07-2009, 01:43 PM
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You don't say if you want to rent or buy. In either case it is probably cheaper and in my opinion nicer in Harford County. Are you single and looking for more action or are you with family and concerned about schools? If you are commuting to Aberdeen every day you have many options for a short commute (20minutes or less). You could go north to Havre de Grace, south to Belcamp or Abingdon, there is Bel Air that is more like a small "city" but you will have a lot of traffic. You could go just into Baltimore County to White Marsh. That is about 15 minutes on the highway I95. It is definitely more "city" like with bigger malls and movie theaters and just about every store and restaurant we have.
Welcome to Maryland! Hope you will have a good time here!
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