Need Help Relocating to Philly
I saw someone with these ?'s so I figured this is a good idea. So here I go
1) When would I like to move?-Asap
2) What City and State am I moving from?-Syracuse, NY
3) Why do I want to Move to Philladelphia?-The city holds the key to my heart, when I came to visit something spiritually, mentally and emotionally told me this is were I need to be.
4) Have you been to visit Philly?-Yes about twice and that's all the time I needed
5) Renting or Buying?-I will start off by renting, preferably 2bdrm apt or twnhouse averaging about $1,000-1,300 a mth for rent
6) Married or Single?-I am happily single here but searching for my husband in philly..lol
7) Bustling activity or Calm and quiet?-No preference
8) What would you like to be close to?-Work
9) What type of work are you looking for?-LPN, Hospital or Dr. Office
10) Do you have children?-Yes 2 girls ages 6 and 9 grades 1st and 4th
11) Do you have transportation?-Yes I own a car
12) Would you like to live around people the same age, race, color, relegion or diverse community?- I would love a young, family orienteted working community. I am only 31yo.
13) Do I want or need a Yard?-A yard would be lovely but if that doesntl happen that's ok also.
Hopefully I asked and answered ?'s people would look for. I am READY for this change and to move on and finish my nursing career. If ANYONE have any good suggestions or recommend people, places or things for Single Mom's relocating please dont hesistate to shoot me a message. If i forgot about any ?'s please ask them. I'm sooooo ready to Leave SU for GOOD!!!!
I would suggest looking in West Philly/University City area. You will be near lots of hospitals (Penn & CHOP just to name an illustrious two) and and easy jump to Center City via trolley should you land at Hahnemann, Jefferson, (just to name another illustrious two) or any one of thousands of doctor's offices. West Philly has a very nice family vibe if you get in the right block, and back yards are a possibility there. Plus, if you play your cards right, you can land your children in the Penn Alexander school district and they will be schooling with the U Penn and Drexel professor's kids - great school system. We also have an excellent charter school system that may be a bit more difficult to navigate. I wish I was a nurse just moving to Philly....the world is your oyster. Best of luck, and welcome to the city.
Hey there--I'm a former Rochesterian, University of Rochester graduate, University at Buffalo Law graduate. Welcome. For your budget, it's going to be rough finding something in the city--I'd suggest Wissahickon--Cook-Wissahickon is a good local catchment and isn't quite as trendy as surrounding areas so the rent is a little lower. Also, you may have some luck in certain areas of Ardmore--the town is cute and walkable.
The Charter schools will most likely be out of reach this year due to the fact that the school year has started and the lottery has passed. Private message me if you need help finding a rental--I have a few agents who work for me that could assist.
Licensed Pennsylvania Real Estate Salesperson and inactive and happily non-practicing Attorney, CITYSPACE
In case you need a moving company give Go To Moving a try, they specialize in moving people to Philly. check out their site at Go2Moving.com - New York Go To Moving Company
Good luck with your career in Philly!
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