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Old 05-12-2022, 06:04 PM
 
Location: Hollywood and Vine
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Im trying to decide what to do ..

Some of you know I recently sold my modular after 3 yrs in a very nice park in Bakersfield in Feb. It sold in 3 days - so fast that the best I could do was get an apt back here in WeHo near my youngest child and think about whats next....

I originally wanted a place I could live with my broodmares one last time( im nearly 60) but now after being here in this apt 3 months I'm not sure I want a mortgage anymore period . I'm wanted to try to get to the Temecula valley where a good portion of the thoroughbred farms are.. ( 5th gen Tb breeder here) Its much MUCH more economical to keep my girls at these places than the regular boarding barns I've used in the last decade.

It appears to be financially better to either rent an apt long term in Murrieta or Temecula and stick that money in a CD OR just do what I did in Bakersfield -- Buy another fancy modular in a fancy park in cash and keep my girls at one of the Tb farms down there.. I can do that in Hemet.

I am going to go look of course but I need to know if Hemet is that bad or as bad as some people have said in the recent past?? All opinions about that area are fine ..good and bad .. These places appear to be really nice yet pretty cheap and there has to be a reason.

Somehow I have managed to never have a reason to go over there and I just dont know..if any of you live around there please let me know.. I'm 59,work from home 100%, run 6 miles a day , VERY active outdoors, nonreligious, pretty much a lefty and very very private ... I have no idea if any of that matters but still...
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Old 05-14-2022, 11:50 AM
 
Location: Murrieta, CA
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Check out the Knolls in Murrieta. You can purchase a Manufactured Home and own the land. It is a 55+ community. I would not live in Hemet. You can find a good place in Murrieta and it on the Temecula border.

https://www.theknollofmurrieta.org/
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Old 05-15-2022, 06:37 AM
 
Location: Hollywood and Vine
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I like and have saved several homes in the knolls over the last year but would have to have mortgage to live there.. Im just not so sure I want a mortgage anymore is my main issue.
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Old 05-15-2022, 05:50 PM
 
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No one wants to talk about Hemet. It's a hellhole. Don't move there.
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Old 05-16-2022, 12:13 AM
 
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No one wants to talk about Hemet. It's a hellhole. Don't move there.
I hate to say this, but pretty much all of California will become a hellhole. It's a dark blue state and blue voters will vote California into a hellhole.
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Old 05-16-2022, 03:15 PM
 
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No one wants to talk about Hemet. It's a hellhole. Don't move there.
While my wife and I chose not to move there, a friend and his wife did and enjoyed it. Hemet is like a lot of other cities; good areas and bad areas. Now I will admit it has more bad than good, but there are many nice areas there.
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Old 05-16-2022, 06:50 PM
 
Location: Sandy Eggo's North County
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Im trying to decide what to do ..

Some of you know I recently sold my modular after 3 yrs in a very nice park in Bakersfield in Feb. It sold in 3 days - so fast that the best I could do was get an apt back here in WeHo near my youngest child and think about whats next....

I originally wanted a place I could live with my broodmares one last time( im nearly 60) but now after being here in this apt 3 months I'm not sure I want a mortgage anymore period . I'm wanted to try to get to the Temecula valley where a good portion of the thoroughbred farms are.. ( 5th gen Tb breeder here) Its much MUCH more economical to keep my girls at these places than the regular boarding barns I've used in the last decade.

It appears to be financially better to either rent an apt long term in Murrieta or Temecula and stick that money in a CD OR just do what I did in Bakersfield -- Buy another fancy modular in a fancy park in cash and keep my girls at one of the Tb farms down there.. I can do that in Hemet.

I am going to go look of course but I need to know if Hemet is that bad or as bad as some people have said in the recent past?? All opinions about that area are fine ..good and bad .. These places appear to be really nice yet pretty cheap and there has to be a reason.

Somehow I have managed to never have a reason to go over there and I just dont know..if any of you live around there please let me know.. I'm 59,work from home 100%, run 6 miles a day , VERY active outdoors, nonreligious, pretty much a lefty and very very private ... I have no idea if any of that matters but still...
TB's you say?

That can mean a few places.

1. Del Mar

2. Fairbank's Ranch

3. Temecula (Galway Downs.)

4. San Luis Rey (Downs.)

If you bred trail horses, then I'd say Norco/Chino areas. AQH heaven there...
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Old 05-16-2022, 07:32 PM
 
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I hate to say this, but pretty much all of California will become a hellhole. It's a dark blue state and blue voters will vote California into a hellhole.

Then why are you posting in the CA forum?
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Old 05-16-2022, 07:34 PM
 
Location: San Diego, Ca/ SLO county Ca
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Im trying to decide what to do ..

Some of you know I recently sold my modular after 3 yrs in a very nice park in Bakersfield in Feb. It sold in 3 days - so fast that the best I could do was get an apt back here in WeHo near my youngest child and think about whats next....

I originally wanted a place I could live with my broodmares one last time( im nearly 60) but now after being here in this apt 3 months I'm not sure I want a mortgage anymore period . I'm wanted to try to get to the Temecula valley where a good portion of the thoroughbred farms are.. ( 5th gen Tb breeder here) Its much MUCH more economical to keep my girls at these places than the regular boarding barns I've used in the last decade.

It appears to be financially better to either rent an apt long term in Murrieta or Temecula and stick that money in a CD OR just do what I did in Bakersfield -- Buy another fancy modular in a fancy park in cash and keep my girls at one of the Tb farms down there.. I can do that in Hemet.

I am going to go look of course but I need to know if Hemet is that bad or as bad as some people have said in the recent past?? All opinions about that area are fine ..good and bad .. These places appear to be really nice yet pretty cheap and there has to be a reason.

Somehow I have managed to never have a reason to go over there and I just dont know..if any of you live around there please let me know.. I'm 59,work from home 100%, run 6 miles a day , VERY active outdoors, nonreligious, pretty much a lefty and very very private ... I have no idea if any of that matters but still...
What about Hesperia, Ca?
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Old 05-16-2022, 10:23 PM
 
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Then why are you posting in the CA forum?
Huh? I was answering the person's question.
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