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Old 05-22-2014, 10:25 AM
 
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There are new parts of Rancho Cordova but it's still not a pleasant place to live. Anatolia is a nice place but everywhere else pretty much sucks!
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Old 05-22-2014, 07:01 PM
 
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Old 05-30-2014, 09:54 PM
 
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There are new parts of Rancho Cordova but it's still not a pleasant place to live. Anatolia is a nice place but everywhere else pretty much sucks!
Anatolia is not the only choice. Stone Creek is roughly about the same age as Anatolia and the neighborhood has also matured nicely (Elliott Homes continues building there). Kavala Ranch and Sunridge Park are the newer neighborhoods and attracting home buyers even without all the print advertisement. Sunriver is an older neighborhood in the northeast corner of Rancho and homes come with large lots, low crime and walking distance to the American River and trail. Rancho Cordova's bad rep these days is worse than the reality of living there.
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Old 05-31-2014, 12:38 PM
 
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All you are paying for is weather. That's about it, and greed. Lots of Texas has weather that's just as good as California (better, actually, in that except in times of drought it rains more often, more variety), and you just don't see housing prices that are so damned high or houses that are so small and shabby for what you get.

I've lived in Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, and Mississippi. The suburbs in all of the metros I've lived in these places are far better than what Sacramento offers and far cheaper (and safer). California just has so many problems its amazing this place hasn't exploded into widespread urban violence and chaos (see LA - wait - its already happening there and throughout the Bay Area) everywhere.

I want to move, I *want* to move. But, having to pay child support, I just can't quit my job and move elsewhere and the economy is horrible...


Even though this post is a couple of years old, i deemed this to be true.
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