Yep I do believe this thread is officially dead
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My girlfriend and I are likely moving to Fayetteville...very likely. We are early 30 somethings. I gather a few of the posters are also a bit older than the average. Correct?
I'll be 30 in July and my wife is 26 so yeh, not everyone is right out of college! We went through Lindsey and Associates. They are the largest realty company in the area. Our realtor is Pat Fair. She'd be able to help you out. As far as fixer uppers go, we looked at a few houses that were between 135,000 and 150,000 that were definite fixer uppers. If you want you can go to lindsey.com, click on there search for a property, and enter the MLS# 437547 to see the house we bought. I want to say this is typical because my cousin's house up there is very similar, but there weren't ay others for sale that were as nice as this one. You should know though, that the market up there is such that a house may go on sale on Monday and be sold by Friday. Most of the houses we sw online had been sold by the time we got up there, even the newest ones.
Northwest Fayetteville. We will be about 10 minutes from the UofA. Congrats on your house!! Where did you guys buy? Children? Just nosey :-) You are going to love fayetteville!
We are going to be in the southeast part, near elkins. We don't have any kids. I cant wait to get up there!
My husband and I are moving this weekend. It is a great place! Grew up in Louisiana, moved to Fay during high school. Got my undergrad degree in Fay, have not lived there in quite a while -- we are super excited about moving back! See you guys there!
We just signed the papers to buy a house today. I can't wait to move in a month or so! Where are you all living?
My wife and I will be there this weekend to buy a house. I think the job prospects are going to be the same as any other regional school. I think the markets would include Little Rock, Kansas City, St louis, Oklahoma City, Dallas. If you do well enough you should have just as many prospects as any other regional school. If you are wanting to work in New York City, you should probably consider going elsewhere.
Well I picked Arkansas over Loyola New Orleans and Denver mainly because of the cost of school and living as well. It was the only public law school I got into and I'm going to save like at least 50 g's going there over Loyola.
I am pretty sure I am headed that way. I'm going to visit in a week and a half and will probably pick out an apartment while I am there.
It doesnt snow that much. My cousin lives there and said it snowed like once last winter. I'm from Dallas but all my family is from Arkansas and my dad is an alumn.