You may know that you’re moving to a certain city, or certain part of town, but every street is different. The location of your home is important.
For example, if you have children or plan to have children, you may want to move into the best public school district you can afford. Do you want to live within walking distance to schools, though? Or, would you rather your children take the bus?
Similarly, would you like to live in a community with a nearby arts district? What about with nearby parks?
Is it important that your neighborhood be kid-friendly? Is there a community pool nearby? What is the crime rate like?
Consider what you would like within walking distance from your home, and what you do not mind taking public transportation or driving to.
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