50 Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family: Lee & Saralee by Melissa Giovagnoli, Lee Rosenberg, Saralee H. Rosenberg

By Melissa Giovagnoli, Lee Rosenberg, Saralee H. Rosenberg

This publication bargains particular, present details at the best 50 "family pleasant" American groups, supplying the proof on institution structures, lesiure and leisure actions, the "personality" of the groups, criteria of residing, and extra. "A relocator's dream."--Booklist.

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Read up on the local issues and controversies. Over a period of time, you'll recognize news items that seem to be pervasive and those that are isolated events. This is an excellent way to scope out schools, crime, the environment, local government, business development, etc. 5. Contact a community center, a country clubany place you would expect to spend time if you actually lived there. Inquire about the cost and benefits of membership and ask yourself if the person sounded not only friendly, but interested in you.

The point of this story is not to scare you (all right, maybe you should feel a little unnerved), but to enlighten you as to the risks of relocating when you don't look at the big picture. How to Get Started in Your Search Anyone who's ever gone on a camping trip knows to take a survival kit with food, a flashlight, first-aid equipment and other necessities. Similarly, people who move to a new city need a survival kit of sorts. Not aspirin and Band-Aids, but the essentials your family needs to survivethe right environmental conditions and medical care, opportunities to earn a good living, affordable living costs and the best possible educational opportunities.

Notify the real estate agent(s) you feel most comfortable with of your visit, and schedule blocks of time when they can show you around. Don't devote an entire day to house-hunting. After a few hours, take a break to reflect on what you've seen. 3. If the children are traveling with you, schedule a fun activity for them in the middle of the day. 4. Put one family member in charge of the "journal"the copious notes you take describing observations, facts, questions, comments, etc. There will be too much going on to commit your impressions to memory.

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