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Old 04-10-2015, 07:35 AM
 
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Will be relocating from NY. And due to the inflated home prices in Rialto , we also may rent ,you do get alot more for your dollar in wellington. And I'm seeing alot of the other communities in jupiter fairly priced , For some reason, Rialto is drawing alot of out of towners who are driving the prices up ,that bubble will burst soon
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Old 04-10-2015, 08:48 AM
 
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Will be relocating from NY. And due to the inflated home prices in Rialto , we also may rent ,you do get alot more for your dollar in wellington. And I'm seeing alot of the other communities in jupiter fairly priced , For some reason, Rialto is drawing alot of out of towners who are driving the prices up ,that bubble will burst soon
Wellington is definitely the way to go to get more bang for your buck as it is a pretty established community versus Rialto which is pretty much only a couple years old.
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Old 04-10-2015, 07:21 PM
 
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Following this thread.....my family of 5 (kids ages 8,7 and 3) will be relocating to that area sometime in July. We are moving from CT. We loved Wellington itself but were not thrilled with the outlying areas and it really is too far from my husband's new office. We liked Jupiter but I couldn't get a feel for the "family" orientation (not that it didn't exist, but I just couldn't get the sense that I did in Wellington.) We really liked Rialto for lot size (we will rent.)
Looks like I will also rent as I make my decision on one of the 2 areas, I would have to tell you to stay away from Rialto , although it seems and probably is a great community, the over inflated prices will soon cause that neighborhood to bust! I have a few friends that are realtors and they say, a lot of "out of towners" are moving in without looking at any other developments in jupiter and are pushing the prices far beyond what they are worth! (There is a development by toll brothers called jupiter country club that has MUCH better quality homes for the same price if not less ,,NEW). Hope you find your dream home, but I think you are also making the right move by renting first
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Old 04-11-2015, 07:32 AM
 
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Thanks RetiredNYPD, and thanks for your service (we lived in Brooklyn at one point and have family still there.)
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Old 04-12-2015, 08:41 PM
 
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Since my original post, my family and I have decided on Jupiter.
We've been going to Jupiter a lot recently and loved the family feel.
We will be moving to the Abacoa community and so far I like Bright Horizons preschool the best.
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Old 04-12-2015, 09:09 PM
 
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Since my original post, my family and I have decided on Jupiter.
We've been going to Jupiter a lot recently and loved the family feel.
We will be moving to the Abacoa community and so far I like Bright Horizons preschool the best.
Congrats.
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Old 04-12-2015, 09:39 PM
 
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Thanks, FL1150
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Old 04-24-2015, 04:51 PM
 
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The Jupiter area is teaming with kids and very family oriented. Look up JTAA.org if any of your children are in sports. Also, the beaches have free parking & are really close to all the neighborhoods and offer a dog friendly area with baggies too . There is a strong Arts community within Jupiter as well.

Rialto is very family oriented ~ drive by during bus pick up in the morning and check out the line of children waiting & the amenities are top notch. Abacoa is another community with a LOT of children and each little neighborhood within the community has its own clubhouse and pool.
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