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Jun 8, 2014 9:46AM
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palm beach is the worst place to live, and more with family,

The HOA evil, they make profit from the landscaping, security, from everything, lot of money under the table . Plus crime, robbery, arson check with the police record before you buy, you will be surprise.

  

Jun 8, 2014 9:32AM
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I so happy to see how the real state when down in Florida, Thanks God !!!

that was the only way to low income citizen own a place  to live, because only the citizen with lot of money are allow to own everything, the power of money, money go to money,

again thanks God the real state market when other way to the bottom.

Jun 7, 2014 12:33PM
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East Lansing?  Really?  It's a run down mess with lots of problems,  a frigid winter and a nasty summer.  Spring and fall are not so impressive either. 
So what if used cat litter is up 25%?  It's still used cat litter

Jun 7, 2014 10:18AM
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I guess Camden, NJ or Gary, Indiana are garden spots to these fools.


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I suggest Detroit as the best place to live and own. The government has invested hundreds of millions into the city making it the thriving community it is. Stay thirsty my friends 
May 20, 2014 1:59PM
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I RECCOMEND MY OLD HOME TOWN OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS

FOR CHEAP GOOD HOUSING.   CITY THERE IS BUYING OLD HOUSES,

FIXING THEM UP WITH FEDERAL MONEY, THEN RESALEING THEM

FOR 10 TO 20 THOUSAND DOLLARS.   THO I'LL STAY HERE IN

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA WHERE I'VE BEEN FOR THE LAST 43

YEARS. 

May 20, 2014 10:54AM
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Unless you are retired and some money stashed away Naples, FL would be a bad choice for sure. One of the greatest place to visit and vacation but economy is based on restaurants and hotel businesses. Too many people with college degrees waiting on tables with no career advancements whatsoever. Lots of millionaires with several billionaires whom they made their fortune elsewhere and spend couple of months out of the year in their million dollar homes. Beach and sun is great but not when you end up getting old and broke because you wanted to live near beach under the sun....
May 20, 2014 4:19AM
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Looks like this is based solely on change in home values.  I would think a drop in prices would be an incentive to buy, not avoid.  Too many other factors such as schools, crime, are left out of this worthless article.
May 20, 2014 3:12AM
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River Landing in Wallace NC Come check us out ! 
May 20, 2014 12:42AM
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Why is it "best" to buy a house in an area that went up 23% and the "worst' is in an area that's dropped 10%!?




May 18, 2014 3:13PM
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Somewhat paradoxical that Raleigh, North Carolina ( which includes the adjacent towns in Wake County) did not meet the criteria for the ''BEST'' list. This is the same area that continually makes Forbes and Money magazines best and most desirable place(s) to live in the lower 48 states. Case in point: one can purchase a huge ''cookie-cutter McMansion'' in a gated community for equal or less than a small single family home in New England would cost in many cases. These publications often ''conveniently'' omit the crime rate and the frequent school lock-downs when discussing this ''Utopia.'' as well as the long HOT mosquito laden summers.

''Southern hospitality'' you say? Raleigh's own Scotty McCreary (winner of American Idol and a rising country music star) was robbed at gunpoint 2 weeks ago in a campus break-in.

May 18, 2014 2:54PM
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The worst place to live in the United States is NY city.  Now you have to be 21 to buy cigarettes.  I know they are not good for you but if you are under 21 you have to have your parents buy them for you.  You can get killed in the governments wars and even drink a beer but don't get caught smoking, or drinking 32 oz drinks.  What's next, no staying out after 10 pm if your not 21. 
May 18, 2014 2:42PM
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Who says that the best place to live Or own a home is only where they have gone up the most in the last year?  MAYBE they went up because they year before they had went down even more?  How does that sort of instability define a good place to live?  This is insane!  Our nationand our economy are a MESS.  Frankly, this is just more Obamanation talking points... our nation has gone to hell in the last 6 years.
May 18, 2014 2:41PM
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The best place to live is the place you WANT to live and plan on STAYING put for at least 5 to 10 years. Housing rise or fall over the last year doesn't necessarily translate to rise or fall in the next year... so the solution is buy where you plan on STAYING. Who cares if the price goes up or down so long as you are staying.
May 18, 2014 2:40PM
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Best areas to move from and that's exactly what's happening and the reason why.
Plenty of supply but no demand! Wonder why? 

What do the top ten cities (over 250,000 population) with the highest
poverty rate all have in common?
Detroit, MI, (1st) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1961.
Buffalo, NY, (2nd) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1954.
Cincinnati, OH, (3rd) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1984. 
Cleveland, OH, (4th) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1989.
Miami, FL, (5th) has *never had a Republican mayor.
St. Louis, MO, (6th) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1949.
El Paso, TX, (7th) has *never had a Republican mayor.
Milwaukee, WI, (8th) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1908.
Philadelphia, PA, (9th) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1952.
Newark, NJ, (10th) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1907.

May 18, 2014 1:46PM
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our elected politicians and officials should get out more and look around for this country is infested to the brim with pedophiles, drug dealers, gangs, drunk drivers, illegals and crime  OH WAIT they are the ones letting all these criminals out of prison.
May 18, 2014 12:38PM
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This is awfully subjective.  I have lived in South Bend, and I can attest to it being one of the most racist cities with the most obvious gap between haves and have nots that I've witnessed.  Furthermore, I wouldn't want to live in a place where homes were selling for more than they're worth.  Obama has killed the middle class, residing over 5 years where the cost of goods has risen 94%.  We're barely making it out here, and MSN continues telling us how well the rich live.  When Obama's monetary policies topple this economy once and for all these ultra rich  will be getting pulled into the streets.
May 18, 2014 11:42AM
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LANSING HAS  RUN DOWN GHETTO HOMES....I CANNOT BELIEVE IT IS IN THE TOP 5 BEST PLACES TO LIVE    NO WAY
May 18, 2014 10:55AM
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buy one in arkansas...you can smell the tyson chickens...and smell the old hog farms...drink from polluted gas wells...and enjoy your spanish speaking neighors gibberish...and listen to baby moma's kid scream at wal-mart while you shop for goods made in china...
May 18, 2014 10:04AM
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 A "House is a home"  to raise a family and enjoy into mid life ---  not to  make  mega bucks of  money from ---- we have lived  on our place 31 years - only sage brush when we bought  the property --  now it  looks  like a park with  years of hard work and we  built a new home  22 years ago and  recently did updates  the past year -we are  here to live and enjoy our retirement -not make  money and I do enjoy my home -  who tries to get rich  from flipping  homes?  - crazy and not realistic in my opinion !! who else agrees with me ?

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