Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Deciding on a neighborhood that best caters to your work and lifestyle

Choosing where to move or live is a balancing act, as it requires keeping in mind, not just the home itself, but the community that surrounds it. Hereunder are some important things to consider as you look for that perfect, little nook of the world to move into. 

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Proximity to work: One of the main reasons that people transfer to a new place is work. It’s assumed that, whether you have a car or will commute, the new neighborhood provides easy access and good travel time to and from your job. 

Easy access to hospitals, markets, and entertainment: Accidents are unavoidable, so make sure that there’s a nearby hospital. For your food needs, that there’s a variety of places to do groceries and to eat out. And, for leisure, check for how close the place is to the cinema, concert halls, and sports venues. 

Social life: You don’t want to be branded the new town hermit, so you’d want to go out and mingle with people. Check out the local bars and the nightlife, as well as popular restaurants, lounges, and coffee shops. 

Fitness: Your new neighborhood must be conducive to your health. For your lifestyle and exercise needs, make sure that there’s a local gym and that scenic jogging, hiking, and biking trails are present. 

Education: If you’ve children, it’s crucial that there’s access to good, respected schools near your new abode. Take time to research on their reputation and history. 

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Alan Naul and his company, the Javelin Group, LLC, make strategic investments in commercial real estate for the senior living and hospitality sectors, as well as in mixed-use healthcare districts and lifestyle-oriented neighborhoods. Learn more about the company and its affiliates by visiting this website.