Try on the neighborhood for size.
Before you buy your first-home, try on the neighborhood for size. Meet the neighbors. Take a stroll. Locate the nearest services that are walkable (if any) from grocery store to fire house to parks, and from schools to hospitals to houses of worship. See for yourself if the community has the conveniences nearby you want. Walking the neighborhood, on weekends as well as weekdays, is always a savvy home-finding technique worth the legwork. You’ll be surprised.
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