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Old 01-29-2007, 08:20 AM
 
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I am planning to move to Clayton once my house in NH sells. I would like to rent first to get to know the area and then buy a home. What is the rental situation like in Clayton? Rentals are practically non-existent here. I found the Candlewood Subdivision on line and would appreciate any information about this place. It looks good. Also any other general information about Clayton - good neighborhoods in the lower price range (getting divorced, buying in the less than $150 range, 3BR), what are the high and middle schools like, are the schools crowded, is redistricing coming, how safe is Clayton? Thanks a lot!
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Old 01-29-2007, 08:21 PM
 
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I moved to Clayton last June and stayed at the Amelia Village Apts. for 4 months 'til I found a great house 3bd, 2bth, fabulous property, in a Flowers Plantation subdivision. I liked the apartments, very nice complex, just off main Hwy 70 and walking distance to shopping , restaurants, etc.
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Old 02-05-2007, 07:41 PM
 
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Clayton rental information, schools, neighborhoods?

I moved to Clayton from DC last year, I live off Amelia Church and here is what I find:

The rental situation is quite good here and there is a company on Main Street which helps with rental and relocation. The Clayton Chamber of Commerce 919-553-6352 will give you the number.

The schools are becoming somewhat "crowded" by Claton's standard but the Education Board is very proactive and the teachers are motivated and doing a very good job as educators. I was involved with the local school system in MD so I have a good point of comparison.

House prices will vary from $80,000 to $500,000+ depending on the type of house that you are looking for, but a nice 3+2 townhome can be found for @ $100.000.

What I like best in Clayton is its small town center, focused around Main Street, the feeling of relative security and the friendly yet efficient local police. It is a great place for children to grow up with good values, and it is only 20 minutes away from downtown Raleigh.

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