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Zip code stats

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  1. Judith says:

    Thanks for posting this Kathleen. We are leaving Crappyville in 3 yrs and moving up north. We have been trying to figure out where we want to live this is so helpful.

  2. Sherry says:

    Not to be nosy, but where is Crappyville? (You can just mention the state only – I don’t want you to worry about your personal info on the ‘net.)

    I also am exploring new places to live and I don’t think I want to live where other people are fleeing (if they have a good reason).

    I live in the NY metro area, FYI.

  3. Judith says:

    I live at the very top of Florida 15 min from Alabama state line. I mys well be in LA (lower Alabama) They call this area the redneck riviera
    and it is. I can’t name all the reasons why I dont want to live here. My hands would get too tired from typing.

  4. Sherry says:

    Thanks for the info. I considered parts of FL, but not this area. I am sorry you have to wait 3 years before you can leave. What a bummer!

    The good news is that you have time to investigate and you won’t have to rush to make a decision. You can CHOOSE your new home based on what’s important to you. It sounds like many other places will be a better fit, so just about anywhere you choose will be an improvement. I hope that you find what you are looking for in your next home.

  5. Gidget says:

    Funny, one woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure. That spot has sugar sand beaches and has become way too expensive for us.

    I’ve been going there once a year for over 25 years until recently, when the all the highrise condos and fancy snowbird communities forced us rednecks out. lol. Once a year we used to get to burn the rest of our bodies to match. We like to refer to it as the Kmart Riviera. Want to trade houses? lol.

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