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What area in the US do you think is ideal to buy a property?

  1. palmcoastreal profile image38
    palmcoastrealposted 6 years ago

    What area in the US do you think is ideal to buy a property?

  2. profile image0
    Gusserposted 6 years ago

    Wyoming---low population, lots of acreage, Good values.

  3. MarleneB profile image98
    MarleneBposted 6 years ago

    I think it depends on what type of lifestyle you want. For me, when I looked for a place to retire, I looked for a place that is mostly warm, but has a good showing of all four seasons. I also wanted to live in a place that I could afford to live on retirement income. I found such a place way out in a small part of California. It is an area that is slightly elevated, kind of in the foothills, just below the snow line. So, in the winter we can see the snow but we're not in the snow. In the summer, it is hot but not blistering. The spring and fall are mild temperatures. All of the seasons are enjoyable. That was the ideal area for me to buy. But, it may not be the ideal area for someone else.

    For instance, my youngest daughter loves the beach life, so she chose a place that is along the beach. And, that was the ideal place for her to buy. My oldest daughter likes the hustle and bustle of the city, so she chose the city life. And, that was the ideal place for her to buy.

    So, the first question in determining what area is the ideal place to buy is to look at what you want, then match it with the amount of money you have to spend.

  4. palmcoastreal profile image38
    palmcoastrealposted 6 years ago

    I heard about that too. Are you from there? Can you tell me more about the place? I am searching for a place to relocate right now.

  5. TomRy profile image71
    TomRyposted 5 years ago

    Well it all depends if the property is for you to live in or if its going to be a rental. For example Riverside County CA has many cheap homes that are great for rentals, while Orange County CA is much more expensive and great to live there.

 
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