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Old 10-21-2007, 10:14 AM
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We are interested in renting (long term-no purchasing yet) in the N. Pinellas County area, SW Pasco County area, S. Central Pasco and (big) maybe Hernando County area. In these areas, you can rent more house for less. If anyone has ANY information about what areas, by street name, suburb name, or zip code, that we should avoid, please respond as soon as possible. The rental agent just called and said we will meet Tuesday (sorry for the late posting, but had no warning of when the realtor would call). We want a clean, safe, and VERY QUIET neighborhood (privacy a plus-either fencing, or distance between houses). Preferrably no sinkholes-reported or repaired. Not in the A, B, or C hurricane evac zone, but will accept C if its the right neighborhood at the right price. No flood zones, please. No mobile homes, condos, villas, townhouses, duplexes, etc.--just a sturdy single family residence with a backyard. Would be awesome if the back of property backed up to a perserve or protected land that can't be built on. Does anyone know where the nature perserves and protected lands are in these Counties? Rural is ok, as long as we have access to high speed internet by some means other than satellite and prefer some paved roads, although paved roads aren't a deal breaker. Just don't want to end up next to two families living in one house, a neighborhood full of kids, or houses so close you can spit on your neighbor's window from your property. If HOA is involved then we aren't interested. Thanks for your help, the more information, the better. I am overwhelmed with my other responsibilities right now, so if you can just tell me what you know, I would be ever so grateful. If you "must" send links for me to look up the information, then please do. I am just so swamped that I was hoping not to add to my work load with more research, but I will, because this is so important. We are completely unfamiliar with the area. I truly appreciate everyone's efforts and thank you so much for your responses.
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Old 10-21-2007, 10:35 AM
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you need to space that out with a few paragraphs, making it much easier to read. Most people will skip right over that because it's too hard to read.
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:34 AM
Location: FL 33774
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If you tell your realtor this information, no doubt he/she will take this on board.
You have quite a shopping list, you may have to compromise on a couple of things.
There are lots of nice places, less bad places to live all over the counties you mentioned
good luck in your search tomorrow
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Old 10-29-2007, 11:15 AM
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Sorry, for slinging it all together. I was in a big hurry and had so much other stuff on my plate, I just didn't have time to follow my old English teacher's advice. My apologies and you were absolutely correct in your opinion.

Thanks so much. It will make me take the time to do my best, or not do it at all.

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