6 Neighborhood Red Flags

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Your house would be absolutely perfect – except for your next door neighbor's 2am band practices and the family across the street's fondness of using your garbage cans when theirs are full. There are some characteristics of a neighborhood that you just can't know until you move in, but there are many aspects of your potential home's location that you can scout out ahead of time.
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