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I know where NOT to go for financial or other advice!
Hey, what should I expect. MSN worships Obamacare too. So, my bad.
A couple other things: Find out if heatings is forced central air or baseboard heating (expensive) etc., find out if house is on a cement foundation, make sure water appears to drain away from the home.
Here is a super website and fantastic data source that also has comments: city-data
Plus, use a real estate website that shows annual property taxes + drive the neighborhood during daytime and nightime.
Have a very nice time.
F the cities....the libs can live in the cities.
I've got 35 acres paid-in-full in southern colorado waiting for me to retire.....will build my offgrid cabin and hang a sign on the gate: I DON'T DIAL 911
I am lucky and Do/Done well in life ... just wonder how many people out there make less than 40k a year ... 50% / 75%.
Worldwide probably 99% .. but that another issue
Gonna be a lot of people moving it seems.
San Miguel de Allende in Central Mexico is a prime retirement place for many. Some 10,000 U S citizens live on a permanent basis there. Same happens in other Mexican cities (Oaxaca, Merida, Chapala/Ajijic, etc.). Drug cartels are not in these areas and crime is very low. I spent 5 years in San Miguel and it was great. Many live on SS but, evidently, they don't splurge.
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