Author Topic: Best US places to live? (Lubavitch version)  (Read 13444 times)

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Re: Best US places to live? (Lubavitch version)
« Reply #60 on: September 09, 2012, 03:33:15 AM »
Just saying that comparing ch to west Rogers park is also not 100% correct
Why not?
they're obviously not equivalent but for this discussion they're in the same dimension.

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Re: Best US places to live? (Lubavitch version)
« Reply #61 on: September 09, 2012, 01:13:28 PM »
What do houses go for there?

Asher) - houses in SI are cheap compared to other 5 borough houses, but not Cleveland. I bought a beautiful semi-attached house (3br 1.5 bath (no master bath) with huge backyard, 3,164 total sqft of land) a few years ago that had been completely redone (by a chabadnik) with a stainless steel/granite kitchen and beautiful floors for $380K (i put in zero work before moving in), though i probably could have gotten a fully detached 4000sf ft house for about 50K more (that would need work). friends have bought semi's for low 300s with some minor work needed.

there is actually a nice carnival w/ uncle moishie and the twins from france inthe park today if anyone is interested in checking out the hood

Biggest problem here is there are few normal rental apartments available since there are no buildings, so it is hard to get young people unless they can already pay for a house.

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Re: Best US places to live? (Lubavitch version)
« Reply #62 on: October 09, 2018, 08:50:03 AM »
$250K in Brooklyn would probably buy you a cockroach/rat infested basement.  I've yet to ever even see one of those creatures in CLE in 27 years.
$250K in LA buys you...a garage spot?

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