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Old 06-24-2010, 06:25 PM
 
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hello anyone reading thiswho knows about port st.lucie.... just wondering if there is a nice mix of jews, italians, catholics, christians etc etc ? we are jewish and enjoy a nice mix..we don't like being the only jews or with only jews... does anyone know what the current climate of the area is? we're specifically looking at the CASCADES development... any info would be helpful .. thanks! judi in new jersey
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Old 06-24-2010, 10:23 PM
 
Location: Port St. Lucie, Florida
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Hey PSLOLDTIMER!!! We were all wondering where you've been!!! Glad to see you again

As far as moving to the area, you will not have any problems with being a mixed race couple. It is also less costly to live in PSL than in Martin County (Palm City or Stuart). Rents and home prices are lower and more affordable. Back when all the building was being done, Martin County would not allow it, so the newer homes are in Port St Lucie.

As far as real estate..... I am working my butt off! And, although my actual butt is not getting smaller, we are busy and homes are still moving right along. I actually lost a contract yesterday by an HOUR! With interest rates this low and low prices too.. what's not to like?

No...I also don't see this as the end to low prices at this time, or an upturn in the market since there are more foreclosures still coming, but I am watching for changes in the amount of money down FHA wants down, (talk already) and more restrictions on loans are already in the making.

Hi LingLing!! Just saw the animal control truck 2 days ago going out the gate here. Police aren't here in Tradition unless there is a need and you and I both know our community is a safe place in general to live in. I did see them giving tickets along Crosstown Parkway at our south entrance several days in a row.

You will see plenty of police cars parked here because they LIVE here.
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Old 07-05-2010, 05:24 PM
 
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FYI FlaLadyb = this thread was from 2007 ...
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Old 07-05-2010, 05:36 PM
 
Location: Port St. Lucie, Florida
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The post I answered was posted 6/24/2010

the first line was to PSLOldtimer who we all miss, but the answer was not, although my computer was skipping around that day and the post should have ended up as an answer on another thread in here. I don't go dragging up old threads, no reason to.

To Judiboo8 about Cascades, I used to have the same question asked of me in a development I used to sell in Boca Raton, for the same reason. My answer was to let them look a the list of names of homeowers already there and that made my clients quite happy. I am not allowed to give anyone a flat out answer on any ethnic questions about any commuity. For you Judiboo8, the answer would have been the same if you could read a book of residents names about Cascades.

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Old 07-05-2010, 11:14 PM
 
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Just was giving you a courteous notice re the dates...sometimes it's easy to just overlook the dates. Re psoldtimer's city data posts - a search of all his city data post shows 2007 as the most recent - seems a few people still miss him though.
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:17 AM
 
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Just was giving you a courteous notice re the dates...sometimes it's easy to just overlook the dates. Re psoldtimer's city data posts - a search of all his city data post shows 2007 as the most recent - seems a few people still miss him though.


Yes we do miss PSoldtimer.

I have no idea what happened to him.
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