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Calling all who are concerned about housing!

Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by PsyDWannabe, Mar 15, 2010.

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  1. PsyDWannabe

    PsyDWannabe HpfulboutGradSchl 7+ Year Member

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    For those of us worrying about price, location, etc, this is a nice website I found that has helped me tremendously in the whole location-relocation process. It answers questions about safety, schools for kids, salons, places of worship, etc that might help you narrow down where you'd like to end up. Just type your keywords in search and, voila. Now, I might the Jenny-come-lately who just discovered it for the first time (apparently, its been around for a while) but I just thought I'd suggest it since its just a forum like ours.


    http://www.city-data.com

    Good Luck Hunting!
     
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  3. childpsych479

    childpsych479 5+ Year Member

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    bmedclinic 7+ Year Member

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    wow, im not looking for a housing place, but thats a REALLY cool resource/mashup.
     
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    Psydoct 5+ Year Member

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    Thanks for posting those websites guys! I could really use these sites now. :thumbup:
     
  6. CheckYourHead

    CheckYourHead

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    Though it is limited to certain locations (i.e. mostly big cities), I've found this site to be really useful:

    http://www.housingmaps.com/

    It is also based on the craigslist x google maps approach, but lets you specify whether you're looking to rent, sublet, or buy, as well as the price range you're looking for.
     
  7. WJPSYCH

    WJPSYCH Postdoctoral Fellow 7+ Year Member

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