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It all depends on what you are looking for. One of the most important decisions will be to hire an experienced real estate agent/team to support you in this big step of moving. Your agent would meed to do a needs/wants analysis. This helps determine what you 'need and want' in picking a home and neighborhood. Then from that meeting you can do some more research online with sites your agent can give you to determine more info on neighborhoods. A good agent then will be going over schools/home values/communities with you and discussing those options. I hope this helps you in your preliminary decision making.Chris PriceBroker/REALTORThe Indy Property Source
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