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Old medical study offers fresh real estate insights

Written by Marynia Kruk |

A friend recently described the sacrifices her family has been willing to make to live in a community they have embraced and whose members have embraced them. Her city, one she did not grow up in, is “gritty,” with “failing schools” and “horrific taxes.” Her two daughters attend a school a 40-minute drive away. Her work is a 30-minute train ride away. She didn’t move to the neighborhood because she and her husband had friends there, but they have become friends with so many people in their community that they don’t want to leave.

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